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How to diagnose and treat acute asthma

  • Brian H. Rowe (a1) (a2), Cristina Villa-Roel (a1) and Lynette Krebs (a1)
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Correspondence to: Dr. Brian Rowe, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Alberta, 1G1.43 WMC, 8440-112 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T6G 2B7; Email: brian.rowe@ualberta.ca

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1.O'Donnell, DE, Aaron, S, Bourbeau, J, et al. CRJ Canadian Thoracic Society recommendations for management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – 2007 update. Can Respir J 2007;14(Suppl B):5B32B.
2.Global Initiative for Asthma. Global strategy for asthma management and prevention; 2018. Available at: http://www.ginasthma.org (accessed January 1, 2019).
3.Cates, CJ, Welsh, EJ, Rowe, BH. Holding chambers (spacers) versus nebulisers for beta-agonist treatment of acute asthma. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2013;9:CD000052.
4.Rowe, BH, Kirkland, AW, Vandermeer, B, et al. Prioritizing systemic corticosteroid treatments to mitigate relapse in adults with acute asthma: A systematic review and network meta-analysis. Acad Emerg Med 2017;24(3):371–81.
5.Rowe, BH, Villa-Roel, C, Majumdar, SR, et al. , for the AIR Investigators. Rates and correlates of relapse following emergency department discharge for acute asthma: A Canadian 20-site prospective cohort study. Chest 2015;147(1):140–9.

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How to diagnose and treat acute asthma

  • Brian H. Rowe (a1) (a2), Cristina Villa-Roel (a1) and Lynette Krebs (a1)

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