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Healthy Skepticism Library item: 3956

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Publication type: Journal Article

Kolbe J, Bai TR.
High-dose inhaled corticosteroids.
N Z Med J 1989 Feb 22; 102:(862):85


Abstract:

Allen &Hanburys has recently been distributing potentially misleading information contained within a summary of a symposium on high-dose inhaled steroids for use in asthma.

Keywords:
*letter to the editor/New Zealand/Allen & Hanburys/quality of information/information from companies/INFORMATION FROM INDUSTRY: DOCTORS/PROMOTION DISGUISED: PHYSICIAN EDUCATION MATERIAL AND GUIDELINES Administration, Inhalation Asthma/drug therapy* Beclomethasone/administration & dosage Beclomethasone/adverse effects* Dose-Response Relationship, Drug Humans

 

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