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Do oral steroids improve respiratory outcomes in preschool children with acute wheeze? Practitioner April 2021;265(1847):7

Do oral steroids improve respiratory outcomes in preschool children with acute wheeze?

22 Apr 2021Registered users

Oral prednisolone had little effect on respiratory parameters at 24 hours in young children attending an emergency department with acute wheeze, in a study from New Zealand. However, admission rates, and the need for additional oral prednisolone and intravenous medication were lower in children in the prednisolone group.

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