Intranasal Steroid and Asthma
A non randomized ,active controlled trial was
done and still is open to recruitment, open label ,phase-1 type among few
children over two years of age with positive history of atopy, WALRI and
asthma, with intranasal steroid. Intranasal steroid was given in each side of
nose with a phial then to follow On Demand Steroid Therapy [ODIST] was advised.
Result was noted with their Symptoms Record Book, PEFR, Spirometry and IgE
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