An open, prospective comparison of beta 2 agonists given via nebuliser, Nebuhaler, or pressurised inhaler by ambulance crew as emergency treatment

Campbell, I A; Colman, S B; Mao, J H; Prescott, R J; Weston, C F
January 1995
Thorax;Jan1995, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p79
Academic Journal
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