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  • 1.   A multicenter, randomized open study of early corticosteroid treatment (OSECT) in preterm infants with respiratory illness: comparison of early and late treatment and of dexamethasone and inhaled budesonide

    The aim of this study was to assess early corticosteroid treatment in preterm infants with respiratory illness compared early and late treatment and of dexamethasone and inhaled budesonide

    Pediatrics, Vol: 107 Page: 232-40 February 2001
    H. L. Halliday; C. C. Patterson; C. W. Halahakoon

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  • 2.   Asthma management: in case of an exacerbation

    This article discusses the advantages of having a written asthma action plan to aid in recovery for an exacerbation of asthma

    World of Irish Nursing & Midwifery, Vol: 13 Page: 37-39 2005
    U. Caulfield

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  • 3.   Ciclesonide versus other inhaled steroids for chronic asthma in children and adults

    The aim of this review was to assess the efficacy and adverse effects of ciclesonide relative to those of other inhaled corticosteroids in the management of chronic asthma

    Cochrane Database Syst Rev, 2008
    P. Manning; P. G. Gibson; T. J. Lasserson

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  • 4.   Hypoglycemia due to adrenal suppression secondary to high-dose nebulized corticosteroid

    This case report discusses a 21-month-old asthmatic boy who had a hypoglycemic seizure during a proven acute adrenal crisis secondary to high-dose nebulized budesonide treatment.

    Pediatr Pulmonol, Vol: 34 Page: 85-6 July 2002
    K. A. Dunlop; D. J. Carson; M. D. Shields

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  • 5.   Neonatal Ventilation With Inhaled Nitric Oxide Versus Ventilatory Support Without Inhaled Nitric Oxide for Preterm Infants With Severe Respiratory Failure: the INNOVO multicentre randomised controlled trial (ISRCTN 17821339)

    The aim of this study was to assess infants of <34 weeks' gestation, <28 days old, and with severe respiratory failure requiring ventilatory support to receive or not receive inhaled nitric oxide

    Pediatrics, Vol: 115 Page: 926-36 April 2005
    D. Field; D. Elbourne; A. Truesdale; R. Grieve; P. Hardy; A. C. Fenton; N. Subhedar; J. Ahluwalia; H. L. Halliday; J. Stocks; K. Tomlin; C. Normand

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  • 6.   Neonatal ventilation with inhaled nitric oxide vs. ventilatory support without inhaled nitric oxide for infants with severe respiratory failure born at or near term: the INNOVO multicentre randomised controlled trial

    The aim of this study was to assess neonatal ventilation with inhaled nitric oxide vs. ventilatory support without inhaled nitric oxide for infants with severe respiratory failure born at or near term

    Neonatology, Vol: 91 Page: 73-82 2007
    D. Field; D. Elbourne; P. Hardy; A. C. Fenton; J. Ahluwalia; H. L. Halliday; N. Subhedar; K. Heinonen; O. Aikio; R. Grieve; A. Truesdale; K. Tomlin; C. Normand; J. Stocks

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  • 7.   Neurodevelopmental and respiratory follow-up results at 7 years for children from the United Kingdom and Ireland enrolled in a randomized trial of early and late postnatal corticosteroid treatment, systemic and inhaled (the Open Study of Early Corticosteroid Treatment)

    The aim of the study was to compare early school-age neurodevelopmental and respiratory outcomes for children treated with either early (<3/7) or delayed selective (>15/7) postnatal corticosteroid therapy comparing dexamethasone with budesonide treatment

    Pediatrics, Vol: 117 Page: 2196-205 June 2006
    T. T. Wilson; L. Waters; C. C. Patterson; C. G. McCusker; N. M. Rooney; N. Marlow; H. L. Halliday

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  • 8.   Prescribing patterns for asthma by general practitioners in six European countries

    This study aimed to examine current prescribing patterns for asthma by general practitioners in six European countries

    Respir Med, Vol: 94 Page: 578-83 June 2000
    G. Jepson; T. Butler; D. Gregory; K. Jones

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  • 9.   Treatment of childhood asthma: how do the available options compare?

    This article discusses the available options for the treatment of childhood asthma

    Paediatr Drugs, Vol: 5 Page: 685-98 2003
    D. Coghlan; C. Powell

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