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asthma general practicioner

M de Monte, J C Dubus, J P Chaumuzeau, B Dautzenberg, J F Dessanges, M H Becquemin, P Diot et al.
METHODS: A questionnaire was sent to 50 000 general practicioners (GP) and specialists. RESULTS: 4,898 physicians (9.4%) responded, including 59.1% GP, 16.9% pneumologists, 13% pediatricians and about 10% other specialists, ENT, allergologists, and intensivists. The main reason for pneumologists to prescribe nebulization was the efficiency on long term of approved drugs. GP prescribe nebulization for its local effects, using unapproved drugs, on short periods of time, especially in COPD, asthma, bronchitis and tracheitis/laryningitis...
January 2008: Revue des Maladies Respiratoires
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