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BET 2 IS NEBULISED SALBUTAMOL INDICATED IN BRONCHIOLITIS?
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    Salbutamol worth trying

    I read with interest the BET ‘Is nebulized salbutamol indicated in bronchiolitis?

    Perhaps this is the wrong question. As emergency physicians(EP) perhaps the more pertinent question is 'Does salbutamol decrease need for hospital admission?'

    We have addressed this question in an RCT which compared adrenaline to salbutamol.1 We found that salbutamol decreased the need for admission. This decrease was su...

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