Irritant Induced Asthma

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Irritant Induced Asthma

Asthma irritants are airborne substances that act as an asthma trigger when inhaled. Irritant-induced asthma can be caused by aerosols, air pollution, chemicals, or smoke. Reactive Airways Dysfunction Syndrome is the most common and best-characterized form of irritant-induced asthma.

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