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  1. Arti says:

    Many people with asthma, including infants and toddlers, are given a mix of medicines, depending on how severe and how often they have symptoms. Infants are usually treated with medication given by a nebulizer or with an inhaler using a spacer with a mask. Asthma is treated with several alternative medicines. Medicines given via inhaler with a spacer and mask work just as well as medications given by a nebulizer. The dosage may be lower and the way the child takes it’s alternative. The inhaler/spacer device allows children to breathe in the medication. Work with your child’s health care providers to develop an asthma care management plan. We still do not know what causes a few people to get asthma. Inhaled medicines work fast to make symptoms better and produce few side effects. Inhaled medicines work fast to make symptoms better and pr

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