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Influence by irritants Several studies report a high prevalence of BHR to methacholine or histamine in swimmers [84–87]. mL-1, only 20% of the swimmers in the Canadian Olympic Team had exercise-induced wheeze or dyspnoea . The same discrepancy between BHR and prevalence of symptoms has been reported by other investigators . In a study on Finnish swimmers, active elite swimmers were compared with those who had retired from active swimming. The group was followed for 5 yrs. The prevalence of atopy in the group that were actively swimming was 56% at baseline and increased to 69% at follow-up.
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