Low concentration of phenol in medical solutions can induce bronchoconstriction and toxicity in murine, rat and human lungs.

G. Balakirski (Aachen, Germany), J. Krabbe (Aachen, Germany), T. Schettgen (Aachen, Germany), A. Rieg (Aachen, Germany), T. Schröder (Aachen, Germany), J. Spillner (Aachen, Germany), S. Kalverkamp (Aachen, Germany), T. Braunschweig (Aachen, Germany), S. Kintsler (Aachen, Germany), I. Krüger (Wuerselen, Germany), E. Breuer (Wuerselen, Germany), C. Martin (Aachen, Germany)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Basic pharmacology
Session: Basic pharmacology
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 1059
Disease area: Airway diseases

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G. Balakirski (Aachen, Germany), J. Krabbe (Aachen, Germany), T. Schettgen (Aachen, Germany), A. Rieg (Aachen, Germany), T. Schröder (Aachen, Germany), J. Spillner (Aachen, Germany), S. Kalverkamp (Aachen, Germany), T. Braunschweig (Aachen, Germany), S. Kintsler (Aachen, Germany), I. Krüger (Wuerselen, Germany), E. Breuer (Wuerselen, Germany), C. Martin (Aachen, Germany). Low concentration of phenol in medical solutions can induce bronchoconstriction and toxicity in murine, rat and human lungs.. 1059

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