The boxed warning about asthma-related death has been removed from the labels of medicines that contain both an inhaled corticosteroid (ICS) and long-acting beta agonist (LABA). The safety label update was based after a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) review of four large clinical safety trials that showed treating asthma with LABAs along with ICS does not cause significantly more asthma-related side effects than treatment with ICS alone. More information about the four trials referenced by the FDA are now included in the Warnings and Precaution section of the drug labels. The information states that LABA when used with ICS ... Read More
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