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What is the chance that blue skin is caused by asthma exacerbation in children? What are the usual symptoms?
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32 years experience in Allergy and Immunology
Unlikely: If an asthma attack is very severe it can lead to respiratory failure where, the oxygen level can decrease and lead to cyanosis (bluish color of the l ... Read More
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