Short course montelukast for intermittent asthma in children: a randomised controlled trial
Rationale: In children, intermittent asthma is the most common pattern and is responsible for the majority of exacerbations. Montelukast has a rapid onset of action and may be effective if used intermittently. Objectives: To determine whether a short course of montelukast in children with intermittent asthma would modify the severity of an asthma episode. Methods: Children, aged 2-14 years with intermittent asthma participated in this multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled...[Show more]
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