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Adrenaline and nebulized salbutamol in acute asthma.
  1. M Turpeinen,
  2. J Kuokkanen,
  3. A Backman


    The effects of injected adrenaline and nebulized salbutamol on acute asthma were compared in 46 children. The results showed that salbutamol had a significantly better bronchodilatory effect than adrenaline. Nebulized salbutamol is recommended as a primary method of treatment of asthmatic attacks in childhood.

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