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  • 1.   A cluster randomised intervention trial of asthma clubs to improve quality of life in primary school children: the School Care and Asthma Management Project (SCAMP)

    This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of a programme of asthma clubs in improving quality of life in primary school children with asthma

    Arch Dis Child, Vol: 90 Page: 786-91 August 2005
    E. E. Patterson; M. P. Brennan; K. M. Linskey; D. C. Webb; M. D. Shields; C. C. Patterson

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  • 2.   Corticosteroids for hospitalised children with acute asthma

    The aim of this review was to determine the benefit of systemic corticosteroids (oral, intravenous, or intramuscular) compared to placebo and inhaled steroids in acute paediatric asthma

    Cochrane Database Syst Rev, 2003
    M. Smith; S. Iqbal; T. M. Elliott; M. Everard; B. H. Rowe

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  • 3.   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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