Itraconazole -1. how much effective in respiratory asperigillosis?
- 16 Sep 2009 by dr.m.s.v
- aspergillosis - aspergilloma, itraconazole
2. please give me interaction with losartin drug
25 Sep 2009
Yes, itraconazole is used for treating respiratory aspergillosis. There are no reviews regarding it's use in aspergillosis so I can't really say how effective it is.
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