Asthma Exacerbation Treatment

Asthma Exacerbation Treatment: 

Symptoms of asthma exacerbation include cough, shortness of breath, and wheezing. Signs of asthma exacerbation include cough, shortness of breath, and wheezing.  +/- other signs of respiratory distress.  +/- vital signs and oxygen saturation changes. 

Diagnosis is typically based on clinical evaluation by a physician with history, physical exam, vital sign evaluation, and potential lab work, chest x-ray, etc. Differential diagnosis includes other respiratory illnesses or conditions. 

Asthma Exacerbation Treatment typically includes bronchodilators, such as Albuterol or Atrovent, and steroids, such as Prednisone.  Sometimes patients are placed on supplemental oxygen if the case warrants it or is severe enough.  If the patient is in the ER or hospitalized, then other measures and medications might be employed as well.  

Doctor Online Oklahoma is an online urgent care/telemedicine service that can help by doing a thorough medical evaluation thereby conducting a medical history and video assisted physical exam. We can provide a diagnosis and prompt treatment when deemed appropriate by the physician. Schedule with us now for asthma exacerbation evaluation and potential treatment via our Schedule page

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You can find additional information about asthma diagnosis and treatment by reading this article. Let us know how we can help you otherwise!

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