Too many kids on fixed dose asthma combos

boy wtih asthma uses reliever puffer
A post market review of medicines to treat asthma has found that 40% of children with the illness are supplied with a fixed dose combination product contrary to current asthma management guidelines. Under the Australian Government’s National Medicines Policy framework, the Department of Health’s objective for this review was to evaluate the clinical evidence regarding

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