Reactive Asthma

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The phrase "reactive airways dysfunction syndrome" (RADS) denotes the development of a persistent asthma-like condition with airway hyper-responsiveness developing in a previously healthy asymptomatic individual within 24 hours of a single exposure to concentrated respiratory irritants.

Not all experts are certain that RADS and a close counterpart, irritant-induced asthma (IIA), are real clinical entities.

Recently, a state-of-the-art review concluded with some reservation that...

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