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    • El pánico miedo en el asma bronquial: relación con parámetros socio-demográficos y de evaluación clínica 

      Gulías Troitiño, Ana; Vázquez Rodríguez, María Isabel; Rodríguez González, María Soledad; Juncal, S. (Universitas Miguel Hernández, 2002)
      El pánico-miedo (P-M) describe 2 dimensiones diferentes: la experiencia subjetiva de pánico y ansiedad durante crisis asmáticas y una dimensión estable de personalidad. Nuestro objetivo es el estudio de la relación entre ...
    • Expansion of different subpopulations of CD26−/low T cells in allergic and non-allergic asthmatics 

      Nieto Fontarigo, Juan José; Salgado Castro, Francisco Javier; San José Capilla, María Esther; Cruz, María Jesús; Valdés Cuadrado, Luis Guillermo; Pérez Díaz, Amparo; Arias Crespo, María Pilar; Nogueira Álvarez, Montserrat; González Barcala, Francisco Javier (Nature Publishing Group, 2019)
      CD26 displays variable levels between effector (TH17 ≫ TH1 > TH2 > Treg) and naïve/memory (memory > naïve) CD4+ T lymphocytes. Besides, IL-6/IL−6R is associated with TH17-differentiation and asthma severity. Allergic/atopic ...
    • Factors associated with health-related quality of life in adults with asthma. A cross-sectional study 

      González Barcala, Francisco Javier; Fuente Cid, Ramón de la; Tafalla, Mónica; Nuevo, Javier; Caamaño Isorna, Francisco (BMC, 2012)
      Background: The measurement of health-related quality of life (HRQoL) is increasingly recognized as an important endpoint, as a reflection of the effects of the disease from a patient perspective. Our aim was to evaluate ...
    • History of allergic rhinitis and risk of asthma; a systematic review and meta-analysis 

      Tohidinik, Hamid Reza; Mallah, Narmeen; Takkouche, Bahi (Elsevier, 2019)
      Background:Allergic rhinitis has been suspected to be a risk factor for asthma in several studiesbut this association is notfirmly established. The objective of this study was to synthesize theevidence of the association ...
    • The CD14 (−159 C/T) SNP is associated with sCD14 levels and allergic asthma, but not with CD14 expression on monocytes 

      Nieto Fontarigo, Juan José; Salgado Castro, Francisco Javier; San-José, M. E.; Cruz, M. J.; Casas-Fernández, A.; Gómez-Conde, M. J.; Valdés Cuadrado, Luis Guillermo; García González, Miguel Ángel; Arias Crespo, María Pilar; Nogueira, M.; González Barcala, Francisco Javier (Springer Nature, 2018-03-07)
      LPS-ligation to CD14/TLR-4 on monocytes/macrophages triggers the production of IL-12-family cytokines. IL12/18 promote TH1-differentiation, counteracting the TH2-driven asthma. Therefore, CD14 modulation could alter the ...
    • Trends in adult asthma hospitalization: gender-age effect 

      González Barcala, Francisco Javier; Aboal Viñas, Jorge; Valdés Cuadrado, Luis Guillermo; Carreira Villamor, José Martín; Álvarez Dobaño, José Manuel; García Sanz, María Teresa; Takkouche, Bahi; Puga Martínez, Amalia; García Sanz, María Teresa; Takkouche, Bahi (BMC, 2011)
      Background: Hospital admissions due to asthma are a reliable source of information on the morbidity of the disease which, after the increase observed in the last quarter of the last century, shows a declining trend in the ...
    • Utility of brief questionnaires of health-related quality of life (Airways Questionnaire 20 and Clinical COPD Questionnaire) to predict exacerbations in patients with asthma and COPD 

      Blanco Aparicio, Marina; Vázquez Rodríguez, María Isabel; Pita Fernández, Salvador; Pértega Díaz, Sonia; Verea Hernando, Héctor (BioMed Central, 2013)
      Background There is some evidence that quality of life measured by long disease-specific questionnaires may predict exacerbations in asthma and COPD, however brief quality of life tools, such as the Airways Questionnaire ...





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