Asthma treatment during pregnancy. What can be safely taken?

Abstract

'Safe' pharmacological therapy for gestational asthma is defined as therapy during which the apparent risks of the drug appear to be lower than the maternal and potential fetal risks of uncontrolled asthma that could result if the drug were not used. Major malformations occur in 2 to 4% of all newborns, 1% of which can be attributed to medication in general… (More)

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@article{Schatz1997AsthmaTD, title={Asthma treatment during pregnancy. What can be safely taken?}, author={Michael Schatz}, journal={Drug safety}, year={1997}, volume={16 5}, pages={342-50} }