Ottobre 2004 - Volume XXIII - numero 9

Medico e Bambino


Problemi correnti

Salbutamolo e cortisonici nell’accesso acuto d’asma

EGIDIO BARBI, PATRICIA PETAROS, ALESSANDRO LENHARDT, GIORGIO LONGO

Clinica Pediatrica, IRCCS “Burlo Garofolo”, Trieste

BRONCHODILATORS AND STEROIDS IN ACUTE ASTHMA: IS IT ALL CLEAR?

Key words: Asthma, Salbutamol, Steroids, Treatment

There is wide international consensus around the treatment of acute asthma attack in children and the relevant guidelines are well known by paediatricians. However, there are still a few controversial aspects and aspects where it frequently occurs that practice differs from what is recommended in the guidelines. These include the use of oral steroids in wheezing bronchitis, the use of inhaled steroids in the acute asthma attacks, the use of intravenous salbutamol and the best inhaling system of salbutamol. The Authors provide their views based on an extensive literature review and their own large personal experience.

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E. Barbi, et al. Salbutamolo e cortisonici nell’accesso acuto d’asma. Medico e Bambino 2004;23(9):559 https://www.medicoebambino.com/?id=0409_559.pdf


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