Asthma Attack | When to Go to the E.R.

Parents
Asthma attacks can be scary but understanding when to seek emergency medical help can help you remain calm when your child needs you the most. Many parents have the same questions when their child’s asthma worsens. Should we go to the E.R.? How will their asthma be treated once we arrive? Dr. Jamie Kondis explains how to tell when your child needs medical attention and how their asthma attack will be treated in the E.R.

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