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Effects of corticosteroid inhaler particle size on the voice

Ghiath Alnouri, MD, Dylan Vance B.S., William Valentino MD, Daniel Eichorn DO, Pankti Acharya MPH, Robert T Sataloff, MD, DMA, FACS

Abstract: Asthma is a chronic condition of the lung that ...
results in inflammation of the airways, wheezing, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and coughing. The most effective method for reducing asthma symptoms and asthma exacerbation is daily use of inhaled corticosteroids (ICS). Currently available ICS have different particle sizes due to both formulation and propellant. Steroid inhaler types include metered dose inhalers, dry powder inhalers, jet nebulizers, and ultrasonic nebulizers. The pharmacological substance comes in different particle sizes ranging from 1.1 to 4.5 micrometers(um). Smaller particles (around 1. 2 um) usually reach distal airways predominately, while larger particles (greater than 4um) often are deposited in the upper airways. The purpose of our study was to determine the effects of particle size of inhaled corticosteroids on patient outcomes in order to provide better guidance to asthmatic patients with voice concern, as well as their pulmonologist.[+] Show More

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Is There an Improvement on Acoustic Voice Parameters in Patients with Bilateral Vocal Fold Nodules after Voice Therapy? A Meta-Analysis
Rita Alegria, SLP, Susana Vaz-Freitas, PhD, Maria Conceição Manso, PhD


Perceptual-Auditory and Acoustic Analysis of the Voice of Wind Instrumentalists Pre- and Post-Musical Rehearsal
Magda D. Duarte Alves, MS, Mara Behlau, PhD




Role of Warm-Ups in the Development of Children’s Singing Voice
Andrea Asztalos, PhD




Revisiting Nasalance in the Tenor Passaggio: Is it perceptible to Voice Teachers?
Carl Belfatti, MA




Cross-Cultural Adaptation of the Chilean Version of Evaluation of Ability to Sing Easily: EASE
Soledad Correa, SLP, Jean Pierre Contreras, SLP, Daniela Olivares, SLP, Nicolás Cano, SLP



Nonlinear Analysis by Phase Space Reconstruction in Voice Signals with Benign Laryngeal Lesions
Lídia Cristina da Silva Teles, PhD, Mariana Ferreira Gonçalves, MS, Debora Godoy Galdino, PhD, Arlindo Neto Montagnolli, PhD, Vinicius Vieira, PhD








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