Episodic viral wheeze in preschool children: effect of topical nasal corticosteroid prophylaxis.

@article{Silverman2003EpisodicVW,
  title={Episodic viral wheeze in preschool children: effect of topical nasal corticosteroid prophylaxis.},
  author={Michael Gordon Silverman and Mei Wang and Glenn C Hunter and Nick A Taub},
  journal={Thorax},
  year={2003},
  volume={58 5},
  pages={431-4}
}
BACKGROUND The effect of prophylactic nasal corticosteroids on wheezing episodes associated with colds was investigated in a 12 week parallel group, double blind, randomised controlled trial in preschool children. METHODS Data were collected from 50 children aged 12-54 months with a history of at least three episodes of wheeze associated with colds over the previous winter, but few or no interval symptoms; 24 were given one dose of fluticasone aqueous nasal spray (50 micro g) into each… CONTINUE READING

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