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Identifying asthma triggers 

Identifying asthma triggers
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Identifying asthma triggers
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Gailen D Marshall, Jr

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10.1093/med/9780199651559.003.0003
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date: 15 November 2019

Immediate and remote irritants. On the modus operandi of some excitants of asthma–of cold, of heat and thunder, of over-exertion, of laughing, of coughing and sneezing. Classification of the immediate excitements of asthma. A. Those affecting the air-tubes primarily and directly: 1, particular kinds of air; 2, chemical and mechanical irritants; 3, animal emanations.

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