Treating acute asthma in the emergency department: the latest evidence

Key message: Inhaled corticosteroid therapy (ICS) reduces hospital admissions in patients with acuteA health condition (or episodes of a health condition) that comes on quickly and is short-lived. asthma who are not treated with oral or intravenous corticosteroids. It is unclear whether ICS reduces admissions in those given systemic corticosteroids and whether it could be … Continue reading Treating acute asthma in the emergency department: the latest evidence