Debatable. Both are about equal but age makes a big difference. However even in older children and adults the nebulizer delivers the medicine better and more efficiently.
Depends. Depends on how old your child is and how proficient he is using the inhaler.
Depends. If you have a small kid who can't master the technique of a hand held, a nebulizer can deliver the same med. It does offer a little airway moisture in the process. Yet it takes longer than the kids attention span, so there are drawbacks. If your kids older and can master the technique, being done with treatment in less than a minute has advantages. Each way has value to specific patients.
I want ask u about asthma in children 12months here docto gave him inhaler of ventolin 3times aday. It's not good to take it 3 times aday?
OK when needed. If your child has asthma, or reactive airway disease, and is currently having an exacerbation ("asthma attack") ventolin (albuterol) may be used at this frequency to improve his/her condition.
Asthma. Ventolin inhaler can be used in young children via an airochamper with mask or albuterol solution by nebulizer every 4 hours as needed, other meds are available depending on the severity of his asthma, make sure he is not exposed to passive smoking, or any triggers in her environment. Good luck.
Mgt. It is quite common and an estimated 1/7 children has had a history of recurrent wheezing. There are many presentations of this diverse disease which result in different patterns of presentation and course. Fortunately, there are effective treatments available. A virtual appointment is available online.
Reliever/controller. There are two types of asthma meds. Relievers. That are quick acting bronchodilators designed to "open up" the airways, and controllers. That attack the underlying cause of asthma: chronic inflammation.
Environment and medi. Often childhood asthma is allergy based. Have the child checked and remove as much as possible causes like animal dander, dust mites-especially in bedroom, rugs. Etc. Check child's school for same possibilities. If chronic, inhaled steroids coupled with a rescue inhaler is routine and effective. Make sure school nurse is aware and have action plan developed with pediatrician.
Very meticulously! With fall and flu season already here! It is alway a good thing to ask your md for guidance! Some mild cases are treated with albuterol pump or mdi, the worse ones from inhaled steroids + albuterol. .. Complicated yes! But surely manageable. Pls see you md. Regards!
Cannot. I'm afraid asthma cannot be cured by western medicine or any complementary or alternative medicine. It can, at best, be well-managed. Most children with asthma will actually outgrow it and be perfectly healthy (lung-wise) as adults.
Difficult to answer. If the asthmatic's "triggers" are allergies, any holistic or complimentary treatments that can reduce allergies responses may reduce attack frequency and perhaps severity. Always check with your physician before you try or add anything to the chil'd's treatment.
Complex answer. Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the lungs that can wax and wane over time. Treatment of asthma requires a thorough history and physical exam. Triggers should be identified through skin testing. Treatment is a combination of avoidance of allergens, use of inhaled corticosteroids and / or brochodilators. There are other medicines that can be used as well. Treatment may be individualized.
Rescue and Control. We use a combination of rescue meds (albuterol) for acute (right now) symptoms AND controllers (inhaled steroids or leukotriene modifiers)for everyday/ long term control of symptoms. Reduction of triggers like tobacco smoke, dust, mold, other allergens. Talk to your primary care about options.
Yes. According to cdc statistics the incidence (new cases per year) of asthma in adults (18+ years old) is 3.8/1000, whereas that among children is 12.5/1000. Incidence among children aged 0–4 years is 23.4/1000, more than five times greater than that among youth aged 12–17 years (4.4/1000).
Yes. According to CDC statistics asthma incidence (new cases per year) among adults (age 18+ years) was 3.8/1000, whereas that among children was 12.5/1000. Incidence among children aged 0–4 years was 23.4/1000, more than five times greater than that among youth aged 12–17 years (4.4/1000).
Meds-Avoid triggers. Treating asthma should included a written asthma care plan which outlines use of medications to better control symptoms. Allergies are the most common trigger for asthma in children. The nhlbi asthma guidlines recommend identifying triggers and avoiding them. Children with persistant asthma should see an allergist to help. Allergy shots may be indicated.
Avoid triggers. Avoid known triggers, ale sure your environment is not filled with chemicals, scents or fumes. Avoid second hand smoke, be very mindful of environmental triggers and allergens and pollens, as well as clastic changes. Keep an eye on reactions to foods and make sure you are taking your medications as directed.