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Of the following, which is not a significant side effect of corticosteroids: adrenal suppression, oral thrush, weight gain, nausea & vomiting, and osteoporosis.
Montelukast can be use in children >__ y/o
Budesonide's Therapeutic Use
Albuterol's Drug Class
T or F: Theophylline has anti-inflammatory properties.
Type of asthma if nighttime awakenings are 3-4x/month (ages 5-adult)
_________ and serum total IgE level are the two determining factors of Omalizumab's dose and frequency of admin.
Type of asthma if normal FEV1 between exacerbations; FEV1 >80% predicted; FEV1/FVC >85% (ages 5-11)
Ipratropium's Drug Class
Prednisone's Drug Class
Type of asthma if nighttime awakenings are >1x/week (ages 0-4)
Typical Dosing for combo MDI
Mometasone's Therapeutic Use
Type of asthma if symptoms are < 2 days/week
Type of asthma if SABA use is several times per day
Formoterol's Drug Class
Montelukast's Drug Class
Type of asthma if SABA use is daily
Type of asthma if symptoms are > 2 days/week but not daily
Type of asthma if FEV1 60-80% predicted; FEV1/FVC = 75-80% (ages 5-11)
Type of asthma if nighttime awakenings are < 2x/month (ages 5-adult)
T or F: It's still recommended to use Ipratropium in combo w/ albuterol for hospitalized patients for acute asthma attacks
Type of asthma if FEV1 < 60% predicted; FEV1/FVC < 75% (ages 5-11)
Typical Dosing for combo DPI
HintAnswer
Mometasone's Drug Class
T or F: IV steroids are clinically different than PO steroids in acute bronchospasm management.
Max dose per injection of Omalizumab (in mg)
Brand Name Budesonide
T or F: LABAs should be given in addition to INH CS to possibly avoid using high-dose corticosteroids
Brand Name Levalbuterol
Montelukast's Therapeutic Use
T or F: Theophylline has well tolerated adverse effects.
Formoterol's Therapeutic Use
Ipratropium's Therapeutic Use
Type of asthma if FEV1 = or >80% predicted; FEV1/FVC >80% (ages 5-11)
T or F: Ipratropium should be used in ED setting only and never as monotherapy for acute bronchospasm.
________ and anaphylaxis are two potential adverse effects of Omalizumab
Type of asthma if SABA use is < 2 days/week
Type of asthma if nighttime awakenings are often 7x/week (ages 5-adult)
Prednisone's Therapeutic Use
Brand Name Fluticasone/Salmeterol
Albuterol's Therapeutic Use
Brand Name Formoterol
Generic Name Ventolin HFA
Brand Name Omalizumab
Omalizumab's Drug Class
Type of asthma if nighttime awakenings are >1x/week but not nightly (ages 5-adult)
Type of asthma if FEV1 >80% predicted; FEV1/FVC normal (ages 12-adult)
HintAnswer
T or F: Theophylline is difficult to use because it has numerous potential drug interactions and requires serum concentration monitoring.
Generic Name Proventil HFA
Type of asthma if symptoms are daily
Budesonide's Drug Class
Mometasone's Brand Name
Type of asthma if nighttime awakenings are 0 (ages 0-4)
Type of asthma if nighttime awakenings are 3-4x/month (ages 0-4)
Type of asthma if nighttime awakenings are 1-2x/month (ages 0-4)
Brand Name Ipratropium
First-line therapy for long-term control (regardless of age)
T or F: LABAs should NOT be used as a substitute for corticosteroids
Type of asthma if SABA use is > 2 days/week but not > 1x/day
Type of asthma if symptoms are throughout the day
T or F: LABAs should be used as a monotherapy in asthma.
Omalizumab's age restriction: only for those > __
Type of asthma if FEV1 >60% but >80%; FEV1/FVC reduced 5% (ages 12-adult)
Generic Name ProAir HFA
Type of asthma if FEV1 < 60%; FEV1/FVC reduced > 5% (ages 12-adult)
Type of asthma if normal FEV1 between exacerbations; FEV1 >80% predicted; FEV1/FVC normal (ages 12-adult)
Omalizumab's Therapeutic Use
Which of the following is NOT an adverse effect associated with therapeutic doses of theophylline: insomnia; hypokalemia; GI upset; hyperactivity in children.
Brand Name Montelukast
T or F: Theophylline is considered a last-line (adjunctive) therapy.

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