Sympathomimetics in acute severe asthma: inhaled or parenteral, nebulizer or spacer?

Abstract

It is accepted today that all patients with acute asthma should be treated with a sympathomimetic, irrespective of previous therapy. This short review addresses the question of the optimal mode of administration of these drugs in acute severe asthma. Inhaled sympathomimetics are as effective as subcutaneous adrenaline, or intravenous salbutamol or… (More)

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