Inhaled corticosteroids for pediatric asthma not linked to fracture: case-control study

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Takeaway

  • Concerns about fracture risk should not limit the use of inhaled corticosteroids (ICSs) in children with asthma.

Why this matters

  • ICSs are a gold-standard treatment for pediatric asthma.
  • Studies linking ICS to bone health in children with asthma are few and conflicting.
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