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Bronchiale Tthermoplastie bietet anhaltende reduktion schwerer Asthmaanfälle über 5 jahre:
Date:9/10/2013

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  • Keine Zunahme der Krankenhauseinweisungen aufgrund respiratorischer Symptome
  • Keine Steigerung der respiratorischen Nebenwirkungen
  • Kein Unterschied des Prozentsatzes von Patienten mit Exazerbationen, Besuchen in der Notaufnahme und Asthma-Symptomen basierend auf dem von Patienten berichteten Allergie-Status
  • 85 % der Patienten aus der AIR2 Studie beendeten den fünfjährigen Nachbeobachtungszeitraum, was bei einer Studie dieser Komplexität und Dauer eine außergewöhnlich starke Adhärenz bedeutet

  • "Bronchiale Thermoplastie stellt eine bedeutende Innovation in der Behandlung von Patienten mit schwerem Asthma dar", sagte Michael E. Wechsler, M.D., Direktor des Asthma Programms im Department of Medicine am National Jewish Health in Denver, Prüfarzt der AIR2 Studie und Erstautor der Publikation. "Die überzeugenden Daten aus dieser langfristigen Nachbeobachtung belegen den anhaltenden Effekt für die BT über einen Zeitraum von fünf Jahren."

    Eine mit dem Alair®-System durchgeführte Bronchiale Thermoplastie ist eine sichere Behandlungsoption. Das Alair-System gibt im Rahmen der Bronchialen Thermoplastie präzise und kontrolliert Wärmeenergie an die Atemwegswand ab, um die Masse der glatten Atemwegsmuskulatur zu reduzieren. Es dient dazu, die Kontraktilität der Atemwege herabzusetzen und dadurch die Häufigkeit und Schwere von Asthmaattacken zu reduzieren. Weniger Asthmaanfälle bedeuten weniger Bedarf an oralen Steroiden - und somit weniger Nebenwirkungen.

    "Trotz großer Fortschritte auf dem Gebiet der Asthmatherapie in den letzten Jahrzehnten können viele Patienten mit schwerem Asthma ihre krankheitsbezogenen Symptome nicht kontrollieren und haben oft keine andere Behandlungsoption als orale Steroide", so Mike Tringale, Vice P
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