Steroid inhalers and pregnancy

The study, which was published in the academic journal, the European Respiratory Journal , was led by Sarah Brode, PhD, assistant professor of medicine at the University of Toronto, Canada. Using existing data collected on 417,494 people aged 66 and older in Ontario, Canada, Dr. Brode’s team discovered that people who had been prescribed inhaled corticosteroids for the treatment of either asthma or COPD experienced 2,966 cases of nontuberculous myocobacteria (NTB). The association was particularly strong in patients who were using the corticosteroid fluticasone , an ingredient in the allergy medication, Flonase . The risk seemed to be lower for patients using the corticosteroid, budesonide .

Steroid inhalers and pregnancy

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