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Who should I inform about my child's asthma treatment plan?

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People who help care for your child -- such as babysitters, day care providers, or teachers -- must be informed and knowledgeable about your child's asthma treatment plan. Many schools have started programs for their staff to be educated about asthma and spot severe symptoms of it.

From: Childhood Asthma Action Plan WebMD Medical Reference

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eMedicine Health: “Treatment of Asthma.” Drugs.com: "Adrenergic bronchodilators."

Reviewed by Renee A. Alli on November 09, 2017

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eMedicine Health: “Treatment of Asthma.” Drugs.com: "Adrenergic bronchodilators."

Reviewed by Renee A. Alli on November 09, 2017

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