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Monteleukast helps parents feel better

12 Jul, 09 | by Bob Phillips

Structural pictureWell, it does, doesn’t it? There’s nothing much you can actually do for recurrent/intermittent viral wheezers, but if you stick them on a few granules of monteleukast in their yoghurt, at least it seems like we’re doing something. Or am I behind the times and there’s great evidence of it’s effectiveness?


Q: Do written asthma plans reduce asthma admissions?

9 Feb, 09 | by Bob Phillips

Stressed bankerThat’s it really – it’s a very simple question. Does the time, effort and printing resources we use in creating asthma action plans have a measurable benefit in terms of stopping the kids getting as poorly? Or is it a job-creation scheme for these financially strapped times?

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