Bronchodilators in Tobacco-Exposed Persons with Symptoms and Preserved Lung Function

This study found that bronchodilators treatment did not improve respiratory symptoms in people who had a history of smoking tobacco, but no airway obstruction. This is important because there was previously no evidence for treating non-COPD patients with COPD medications to improve symptoms and this now expands thinking about new treatments to prevent progressive obstructive disease. Several Co-authors of the study are Lung Association ACRC investigators.

Freedom From Smoking Clinic
Detroit, MI | May 29, 2024