Should preschool wheezers ever be treated with inhaled corticosteroids?

@article{Saglani2007ShouldPW,
  title={Should preschool wheezers ever be treated with inhaled corticosteroids?},
  author={Sejal Saglani and Nicola A Wilson and Andrew Bush},
  journal={Seminars in respiratory and critical care medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={28 3},
  pages={272-85}
}
The syndrome of preschool wheeze commonly regresses completely in the preschool years, but it may lead to prolonged symptoms and established asthma. Although epidemiological studies have established that there are several different phenotypes, it is currently impossible to assign the majority of wheezing preschool children to a phenotype prospectively. Bronchoalveolar lavage studies have shown an increase in total cellular inflammation in the youngest, symptomatic children, and that in older… CONTINUE READING

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