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ASTHMA DURING PREGNANCY: EXACERBATIONS, MANAGEMENT, AND HEALTH OUTCOMES FOR MOTHER AND INFANT

FCAAIA Notes: In pregnancy, about 1/3 of mothers with asthma get worse, 1/3 get better, and 1/3 remain the same.  The pattern tends to be the same from one pregnancy to the next.  The control often improves in the last … Continue reading

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CORTICOSTEROIDS AND ASTHMA: TOO MUCH OR TOO LITTLE?

FCAAIA Notes: Ah….the Goldilocks paradigm! Too little or too much? Of course, the answer is “just the right amount.” Oral corticosteroids (e.g., prednisone) are the treatment of choice for bad asthma exacerbations. 

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