Published in Immunotherapy Weekly, May 28th, 2003
Children who have prescriptions for one or more asthma drugs - which aim to prevent or calm asthma attacks - have fewer visits to the emergency room for asthma than those who haven't been prescribed such medications, the study finds.
But the research also reveals that asthmatic African American and urban children rush to the ER more frequently than other kids because of an asthma attack.
U-M pediatric researchers presented the findings at the annual joint meeting of the Pediatric...
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