Overview

  • Wheezing infants younger than 12 months old should not be treated for acute asthma. Acute wheezing in this age group is most commonly due to acute viral bronchiolitis.

Advice should be obtained from a paediatric respiratory physician or paediatrician before administering short-acting beta2 agonists, systemic corticosteroids or inhaled corticosteroids to an infant.

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