Glenn Clinton Shedd

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In the article "Frequency of Prescription of Inhaled Corticosteroids to Children With Asthma in U.S. Emergency Departments," the authors conducted a secondary data analysis from the National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey database to examine inhaled corticosteroid prescribing patterns of providers caring for children with asthma visiting emergency(More)
In this column, we examine an original research article by S. Torres et al. (2012) on the subject of magnesium sulfate use in pediatric patients with acute asthma. These researchers found that patients treated with 25 mg/kg of intravenous magnesium sulfate in addition to the conventional treatment options for acute asthma were less likely to require(More)
In the research study "Corticosteroid Timing and Length of Stay for Children With Asthma in the Emergency Department," the authors conducted a retrospective medical record review of children with emergency department (ED) visits to a Connecticut Medical Center in 2007. Their aim was to determine whether administration of oral corticosteroids to patients(More)
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