By Peter J. Barnes, Ian W. Rodger, Neil C. Thomson
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R. ^^^ In the U K , children exposed to furry pets had twice the risk of having symptoms of asthma. ^^^ The home environment contains other risk factors for asthma apart from mite and pet allergens. ^^2 Passive smoking Parental, especially maternal, smoking is associated with reduction of pulmonary function,^^^ lower respiratory tract illness^^"^ and with wheezing illness and asthma in children. Cogswell et al}^^ followed a cohort of high-risk children born to parents at least one of w h o m was atopic.
Those with persistent asthma had lower lung function as adults, even after using a bronchodilator. ^'^^ In a U K study of 235 subjects classified at age 10-15 as having asthma, wheeze with infections or no symptoms, predictors for adult wheezing at age 34—40 included original group, atopy and current smoking. Methacholine responsiveness was independently associated with original group, atopy and female sex. ^^^ In the national British cohort study, the cumulative prevalence of wheezing was 18% at age 7, 2 4 % at age 16 and 4 3 % by age 33.
Asthma: Basic Mechanisms and Clinical Management by Peter J. Barnes, Ian W. Rodger, Neil C. Thomson