The Course Features of Atopic Phenotypes of Asthma in Children Depending on the Nature of Their Acetylatic Status
Authors: Tarnavska S.I.
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As a result, a comprehensive survey of 31 children suffering from asthma, has found that atopic asthma
phenotype associates with early-onset of disease, and is accompanied by the prevalence of non-communicable
trigger factors in aggravation of the warm season, attracting eosinophils – effector cells of inflammation. The
patients` status of atopic asthma with slow acetylation type has increased the chances of registration expressive
performance lability bronchi ( PLB over 30 %) in 4.4 times compared to the fastest "acetylation type." The
presence of possible correlations indicators lability bronchi with the severity of bronchial obstruction (r = 0,7,
p <0,005), disease duration (r = 0,8, p <0,001), the frequency of repeat hospitalizations of patients ( r = 0,6, p
<0,05) is established for atopic disease phenotype.