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A patient is instructed on the administration of inhaled corticosteroid agents to treat asthma. How do inhaled corticosteroid agents assist in the treatment of asthma?
A)Inhaled corticosteroid agents will depress the central nervous system.
B)Inhaled corticosteroid agents will reduce respiratory rate.
C)Inhaled corticosteroid agents will reduce bronchodilation.
D)Inhaled corticosteroid agents will reduce airway inflammation.
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Abrams' Clinical Drug Therapy: Rationales for Nursing Practice
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Inhaled corticosteroid agents suppress the release of inflammatory mediators, block the generations of cytokines, and decrease the recruitment of airway eosinophils. Inhaled corticosteroid agents do not depress the central nervous system. Inhaled corticosteroid agents do not affect bronchodilation or constriction.

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