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Do smaller children need smaller doses of ß-agonist inhalers?

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Excellent presentation of the answer . He covered everything. More puffs required with children to reach our objective . Less puffs needed in adults - because adults have a bigger bronchus diameter. I like that - be generous . GP's are so scared of everything- bordering on illogic - this is so relevant.

Posted date

05 Mar 2018

Posted time

9:47am

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