5 edition of Glucocorticoids and mechanisms of asthma found in the catalog.
by Excerpta Medica, Sole distributors for the USA and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, Princeton, New York, NY
Written in English
|Statement||editors, F.E. Hargreave ... [et al.].|
|Series||Current clinical practice series -- 52|
|Contributions||Hargreave, Frederick E., Toogood, John H.|
|LC Classifications||RC591 .G55 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 276 p. :|
|Number of Pages||276|
Glucocorticoids: Mechanisms of action and anti-inflammatory potential in asthma Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Mediators of Inflammation 7(4) February with 2, Reads. Corticosteroids are highly effective anti-inflammatory therapy in asthma, and the molecular mechanisms involved in suppression of allergic inflammation are now better understood (Barnes , ). Corticosteroids are effective clinically because they block many of the inflammatory pathways that are abnormally activated in asthma and they have Cited by: 4.
Corticosteroids are adrenal hormones that play important physiologic roles including modulation of glucose metabolism, protein catabolism, alteration of calcium metabolism, regulation of bone turnover, suppression of immune system, and down-regulation of the inflammatory cascade. Because of their diverse effects, corticosteroids have been used therapeutically for treating a wide . Acetylcholine binds to muscarinic receptors to play a key role in the pathophysiology of asthma, leading to bronchoconstriction, increased mucus secretion, inflammation and airway remodelling. Anticholinergics are muscarinic receptor antagonists that are used in the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma. Recent in vivo and in vitro data have increased our understanding.
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Since their discovery, corticosteroids have been used in almost all areas of medicine and by nearly every route. Corticosteroids are synthetic analogs of the natural steroid hormones produced by the adrenal cortex and include glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids.
The synthetic hormones have varying degrees of glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoid properties. Glucocorticoids are the most effective drugs for asthma. Glucocorticoids suppress inflammation by several mechanisms.
Its principal action at therapeutic doses is due to trans-repression of activated inflammatory genes, by the recruitment of the enzyme histone desacetylase-2 and the subsequent remodeling of chromatin.
Introduction. Synthetic glucocorticoids (GCs), such as prednisone, are among the most widely prescribed drugs worldwide and are used to treat many acute and chronic inflammatory conditions.
1 GCs are very old drugs, yet they remain the standard of care for treatment of a variety of diseases including asthma, muscular dystrophy, autoimmune disorders, and by: Introduction.
Glucocorticoids are the mainstay of anti-inflammatory therapy in respiratory disease. Although they have proven clinical efficacy in asthma, there can be a broad range of responsiveness to glucocorticoids, with a subset of asthmatics (5–10%) classified as having refractory or steroid-resistant asthma (severe asthma).Cited by: Glucocorticoids are by far the most effective anti-inflammatory therapy for asthma (and many other inflammatory diseases).
Glucocorticoids bind to glucocorticoid receptors in the cytoplasm and translocate to the nucleus, where they interact as dimers with glucocorticoid response elements in the promoter region of steroid-sensitive genes to switch on transcription of anti-inflammatory genes. Corticosteroids have numerous applications in treating inflammation and diseases of immune function based on their significant anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive effects.
Corticosteroids modulate immune function through various effects in the nucleus of numerous cells. When used in pharmacologic doses to suppress allergic responses or inflammation, these agents can cause numerous adverse.
Introduction Glucocorticoids (GCs) are involved in the regulation of numerous physiological processes and, as drugs, represent the cornerstone of anti-inflammatory treatment in asthma. Their effects are mediated by the glucocorticoid receptor α (GRα).
Upon ligand-binding, GRα inhibits or stimulates gene transcription. Discussion of the mechanism of action of glucocorticoids in asthma is beyond the scope of this chapter and was recently reviewed (Alangari, ).
Glucocorticoids act either by altering the rate of transcription of certain genes at the DNA level or through non-genomic pathways. Biological effects of glucocorticoids. Inflammatory diseases such as asthma and rheumatoid arthritis are characterised at the molecular level by chronically increased expression of multiple cytokines, chemokines, kinins and their receptors, adhesion molecules, and inflammatory enzymes such as inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) and the inducible cyclooxygenase (COX-2).1 At the cellular.
Glucocorticosteroids (also called glucocorticoids, corticosteroids or steroids) are the most effective anti-inflammatory drugs available for the treatment of many chronic inflammatory and immune diseases, including asthma.
However, a minority of patients with these diseases show little or no response even to high doses of by: Glucocorticoids are the mainstay for the treatment of chronic inflammatory diseases including asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
However, it has been recognized that glucocorticoids do not work well in. Glucocorticoids are part of the feedback mechanism in the immune system, which reduces certain aspects of immune function, such as are therefore used in medicine to treat diseases caused by an overactive immune system, such as allergies, asthma, autoimmune diseases, and orticoids have many diverse (pleiotropic) effects, including potentially harmful side.
Corticosteroids are useful in the treatment of both allergic and idiosyncratic asthma. Although the mechanisms of corticosteroid action in asthma are poorly understood, several possible sites of action have been proposed.
Corticosteroids alter the cellular and vascular inflammatory response to bronc. Glucocorticoids are widely used for the suppression of inflammation in chronic inflammatory diseases such as asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease and autoimmune diseases, all of which are associated with increased expression of inflammatory genes.
The molecular mechanisms invo. Peter J. Barnes, in Asthma and COPD (Second Edition), Bone metabolism. Corticosteroids lead to a reduction in bone mass by direct effects on bone formation and resorption and indirectly by suppression of the pituitary–gonadal and HPA axes, effects on intestinal calcium absorption, renal tubular calcium reabsorption, and secondary hyperparathyroidism .
Glucocorticoids are the most effective therapy available for patients with asthma. They may be administered either orally or, much more safely, by inhalation.
With the recognition that airway infla. The limitation of using corticosteroids are their side effects. They vary from tolerable to life threatening side effects. Each tissue in the body is a target for corticosteroids. The mechanism of adverse effects have been studied in extensive detail but many questions are yet to be answered.
Glucocorticoids have potent anti-inflammatory actions and are most effective agents in the treatment of bronchial asthma. However, a subset of asthmatic patients do not benefit from glucocorticoid therapy.
This volume explores the effects of glucocorticoids on mood and the mechanisms mediating these effects, including aspects of the clinical effects of glucocorticoids in a variety of illnesses and in health, including molecular mechanisms, glucocorticoid resistance and sensitivity, glucocorticoid receptor polymorphisms, and implications for therapy.
Inhaled Glucocorticoids in Asthma: Mechanisms and Clinical Actions (Lung Biology in Health and Disease): Medicine & Health Science Books @. Now available in its Third Edition, Asthma: Basic Mechanisms and Clinical Management has become the reference text in asthma.
This highly successful text sheds new light on the basic physiological and molecular mechanisms of asthma, how current treatments work, and how best to apply the latest knowledge to control this important disease.Now available in its Third Edition, Asthma: Basic Mechanisms and Clinical Management has become the reference text in asthma.
This highly successful text sheds new light on the basic physiological and molecular mechanisms of asthma, how current treatments work, and how best to apply the latest knowledge to control this important disease. The Third Edition has undergone radical revision and.Glucocorticoids are used to treat even in mild cases of asthma, as inflammation of the airways is a feature of asthma at all levels of severity.
However, due to concerns about side effects, less effective treatments are sometimes used, particularly in individuals with mild asthma and children.