Posts Tagged ‘Asthma

Stopping LABAs Too Soon May Worsen Asthma Control

Posted by: admin on: February 20, 2012

Long acting Beta Blockers have been used since long to control asthma. Here is a study of LABA usage. Team@CMHF

Chronic cough and its Evaluation

Posted by: admin on: February 1, 2012

Treating chronic cough has always been a challenge to the clinician.Diagnosing the cause is  half job done. Here is how you evaluate it. Team@CMHF

Managing pediatric asthma

Posted by: admin on: January 13, 2012

Asthma, a chronic lung disease that affects more than seven million children under the age of 18, occurs when lung inflammation causes the airways to narrow, triggering symptoms including wheezing, breathlessness, tightening in the chest and coughing. A variety of environmental irritants and allergens — cigarette smoke, pets, dust mites, mold, air pollution and respiratory […]

Although current clinical guidelines call for daily low-dose inhaled corticosteroid treatment for preschoolers who have recurrent wheezing and are at risk for developing asthma, that may not be the best course of action. -Team@CMHF

Asthma and Pregnancy

Posted by: admin on: November 16, 2011

Asthma in pregnancy is controlled in the same way as in non-pregnant patients with nasal steroids, and long acting B agonists most preferred.   Team@CMHF

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