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The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology pubblica i dati sulla termoplastica bronchiale che dimostrano una riduzione sostenuta degli attacchi gravi di asma nell'arco di cinque anni
Date:9/9/2013

NATICK, Massachusetts, September 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

I benefici comportati dalla termoplastica bronchiale perdurano per anni, anziché per ore, diversamente da quanto accade col solo trattamento farmacologico.

Una tecnologia rivoluzionaria di Boston Scientific per il trattamento dell'asma grave si è dimostrata sicura ed efficace nell'arco di almeno cinque anni, secondo i dati pubblicati online da un'importante rivista medica.  

The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, ovvero la rivista scientifica ufficiale della American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) e la più citata nel settore dell'allergia e dell'immunologia clinica, ha presentato i dati dallo studio clinico Asthma Intervention Research 2 (AIR2), che valutava la sicurezza e l'efficacia del sistema di termoplastica bronchiale (BT) Alair® di Boston Scientific. I dati a lungo termine si basano su uno studio post-autorizzazione, nel corso del quale i pazienti trattati con BT nello studio AIR2 sono stati seguiti per un totale di cinque anni.  

I principali risultati riportati a cinque anni dopo la procedura di BT includono:

  • La riduzione della percentuale di pazienti trattati con BT che manifestano esacerbazioni gravi (rispetto ai pazienti sottoposti a placebo) è stata mantenuta fino a cinque anni.
  • Nell'arco di cinque anni, è stata osservata una riduzione media del 48% del tasso di esacerbazioni gravi nel gruppo di pazienti trattati con BT rispetto all'anno prima di essere sottoposti a BT.
  • Nell'arco di cinque anni, è stata osservata una riduzione media dell'88% del tasso di visite in Pronto Soccorso per sintomi respiratori nel gruppo di pazienti trattati con BT rispetto all'anno prima di essere sottoposti a BT.
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