The child with difficult to manage asthma

Professor Dominic Fitzgerald, MBBS, PhD, FRACP.
Professor Fitzgerald is a paediatric respiratory and sleep physician at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, NSW.

INTRODUCTION
ASTHMA is common in children. There are several wheezing phenotypes in children, with the most common being viral-induced wheeze in the young child and atopic asthma in the child older than three years. The phenotypes are different but may be difficult to distinguish in the preschool-aged child. The atopic phenotype and its manifestations become

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