Tailoring drug delivery modalities to the individual patient based on age, ability level, and preference can optimize control of pediatric asthma.
Asking a series of questions that can lead to more appropriate preventive medication use can go a long way in improving the health of children with asthma and reduce hospitalizations.
Wheezing in children is often associated with asthma. However, localized wheezing should alert the clinician that something other than asthma may be present.
For Contemporary Pediatrics, Dr Bobby Lazzara discusses a recent prospective birth cohort study published in Pediatrics that looked at different feeding methods for infants and whether the methods had any link to asthma.