Australia reviews asthma treatment protocols for children

02/20/2013 | BioSpectrum Asia

Australia is examining the problem of treating asthmatic children with fixed dose combinations without first prescribing a single-ingredient product (inhaled corticosteroid), a practice that goes against the prevailing asthma management guidelines. The country's main pediatric advisory group considers extensive FDC use to be a serious issue of quality medical care.

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