question: Management of asthma
A. Nebulized Beta2 agonist
B. Long acting inhaled B2 agonist
C. Inhaled Steroid
D. Reduce inhaled steroid dose
E. Inhaled cromoglycate
F. Oral Steroids
H. Inhaled short acting B2 agonist
I. Iv steroids
J. Leukotrienes antagonist
L. Oral Theophylline
41. A 7-year-old child has intermittent asthma, he has been using inhaled B agonists and oral steroids. He is allergic to asprin and is still having symptoms
42. Patient well maintained on 1000ugm inhaled steroid but develops thrush
43. A 25-year-old man is taking inhaled B agonist 3 times in a day. Still he wakes up at night with wheezing.
44. A 36-year-old woman is a known asthmatic. She is on treatment with oral steroids. She presents to the A&E breathless and wheezing
45. A 45-year-old man suffering from chronic asthma is unwell, he has pyrexia and green sputum. His PEFR is <80% of his normal value.