children being treated with higher doses of INHALED steroids for acute asthma

You'll see children being treated with higher doses of INHALED steroids for acute asthma.

Short-acting beta-agonist inhalers (salbutamol, etc) are the mainstay of initial therapy for acute asthma.

But some children also need steroids to control the attack.

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