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

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