Continuous versus intermittent nebulization of salbutamol in acute severe asthma: a randomized, controlled trial.

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STUDY OBJECTIVE This study was conducted to compare the clinical and spirometric effects of continuous and intermittent nebulization of salbutamol in acute severe asthma. METHODS Forty-two consecutive patients presenting to the emergency department for acute severe asthma (peak expiratory flow [PEF] mean+/-SD, 24%+/-12% predicted) were prospectively… (More)

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@article{BesbesOuanes2000ContinuousVI, title={Continuous versus intermittent nebulization of salbutamol in acute severe asthma: a randomized, controlled trial.}, author={L Besbes-Ouanes and S Nouira and Souheil Elatrous and Jilani Knani and Mohamed Boussarsar and F{\'e}kri Abroug}, journal={Annals of emergency medicine}, year={2000}, volume={36 3}, pages={198-203} }