The Third Way of Dosing for Young Children
As influenza usually breaks out in summer and autumn, we would like to remind you to be alert to infection and help your child to maintain good personal and environmental hygiene.
Aerosol inhalation is considered as the preferre...Read more »
A reliable survey shows that the vast majority of asthma patients are under 3 years old and the incidence of asthma in young children is on the rise. Nebulization in the treatment of asthma has been an upgraded version of the new treatment program. Nebulization at home i...Read more »
In scorching summer, babies who gets sweaty easily are prone to catch a cold when using a fan or air conditioner to cool down. Chronic recurrent colds and coughs can easily turn into pneumonia.In this case, babies have to go to hospital for treatment. In clinic, doctors ...Read more »
Lack of basic care for asthma patients has been blamed for “unacceptable” levels of avoidable deaths as new research reveals the condition costs the NHS in Scotland more than ￡97.5 million a year.
Every year, 94 Scots die because of asthma attacks while more than 20 people are admitted to hospit...Read more »
An asthma trigger is anything that makes your asthma worse. When you encounter one of your triggers, it can cause a sudden worsening of asthma symptoms, which is often called an asthma attack, episode, or flare-up.
Knowing what causes your asthma symptoms is an important...Read more »
Your child’s asthma shouldn’t stop you from planning a family vacation or sending your child to sleepover camp or on a trip with friends. With some careful preparation and communication, you and your child should be able to enjoy all the benefits of time away from home.
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The dangers of exposing children with asthma to secondhand smoke are well known, but until recently it was difficult to say exactly how much secondhand smoke increases asthma symptoms and the risk of serious asthma flare-ups. Now, however, researchers from the Mayo Clini...Read more »
If you have asthma, you know what it feels like to gasp for air or feel tightness in your chest. The goal of asthma medications is to prevent symptoms like these from happening.
There are two general classes of asthma medications: quick-relief and long-term control medic...Read more »
Inhalers and nebulizers are two differentdevices used to deliver quick reliefmedicines (also called rescue or fast-acting medicines) or long-term controlmedicines (also called controller ormaintenance medicines) directly intothe lungs.
Inhalers are portable, han...Read more »