My child has asthma. Which prescription should I give?

Call doc. Asthma treatment can be confusing and overwhelming. Have your physician write out an asthma action plan for your child. Post this plan where everyone in the family can find it if needed. Good places are the bathroom mirror or the refrigerator door.
Depends. In children beta agonists/bronchodilators are the mainstay of treatment for asthma flares. Some children also take daily antihistamines or leukotrene antagonists (like singular). When in doubt you need to check with your pediatrician. Some advocate having an asthma action plan so you know what to give your child when their asthma flares.