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A B Chang
Professor A B Chang, Queensland Children's Respiratory Centre, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; firstname.lastname@example.org
randomised controlled trial. Australian Clinical Trials Registry ACTRN012605000305628.
blinded (children, parents, and healthcare providers).*
emergency departments (EDs) in 3 hospitals in Queensland, Australia.
201 children 2–15 years of age (mean age 5 y, 60% boys) who presented to the ED between 7:30 am and 5 pm with acute exacerbation (needing >1 dose of salbutamol in 1 h) of asthma (>2 episodes of wheeze or dyspnoea with decreased respiratory rate and work of breathing in response to salbutamol) and were not admitted to hospital. Exclusion criteria were underlying respiratory disease, cerebral …
Source of funding: Asthma Foundation of Queensland; Royal Children's Hospital Foundation; Aspen Pharmacare.