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Inhaled antiasthmatics in children. How to choose?



Inhaled antiasthmatics in children. How to choose?



Archives de Pediatrie 7(3): 297-301



An optimal combination of anti-asthmatic drugs and delivery devices produces the best short- and long-term control in asthmatic children. Various inhalation devices can be used: nebulizer, metered dose inhaler with or without spacer devices, dry powder inhaler. Their use will depend on age, asthma severity, acute or long-term treatment and the child's preference. Explanation and control of inhalation techniques are essential for a good compliance.

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