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Old 02-16-2013, 08:32 PM   #11
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I second the distinction between pulmicort and albuterol. Wondering if the script was for pulmicort daily to manage inflammation/ strengthen the lungs and albuterol as needed for wheezing... And somehow this got confused so the children were essentially being given the prn albuterol daily (as a preventative) when they should be given the pulmicort?

If you do find out the meds aren't needed and it truly is a placebo effect, then I don't think you'd have to even put anything in the machine... Just run it dry and see if they catch on lol! Or, pretend to put the meds in, tell them the dr changed their script (so the machine might sound differnt) and run it dry lol!

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