Open Access Review Article Article ID: OJA-1-101

    Stress, Trauma, Sepsis, Inflammation, Management in Asthma

    Marianne Frieri*, Krishan Kumar and Anthony Boutin

    This review paper covered stress, management related to asthma, trauma, sepsis, inflammation along with anxiety, and depression that occurs both in women with asthma, traumatic children and adult patients. These areas, induce immune function changes, which can lead to both trauma and pro inflammatory activation known as systemic inflammation response syndrome (SIRS). Related to sepsis.Stress management in trauma is based upon the notion that stress causes an immune imbalance in susceptible individuals. Various topics also covered were the neuroimmune system, oxidative stress, inflammation, innate immunity, the role of NF-kappa B related to inflammation, cytokines, procalcitonin related to sepsis.

    Keywords: Stress; Asthma management; Trauma; Sepsis; Inflammation

    Published on: Jan 3, 2017 Pages: 1-6

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/oja.000001
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