When it comes to controlling your child’s asthma, your doctor will likely prescribe a combination of controller and rescue treatments. There are a handful of different ways to deliver both controller and rescue medication, depending on the severity of your child’s asthma symptoms and your child’s ability to take medication with proper technique. The medication delivery methods in your child’s asthma management plan will likely fall under one of four categories:
When it comes to treatment options for your child’s asthma, most medications will fall under one of two categories: rescue medication, or controller medication. Rescue asthma medications, also known as “quick-relief” asthma medications, are used to treat asthma attacks when something triggers a flare-up, or when inflammation symptoms suddenly worsen.
As the mother of a child with asthma and a physician, Tueo founder and CEO Bronwyn Harris has experienced the asthma control process from many different angles. But have you ever wondered what asthma control actually is, and how to measure it? Read on.
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