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Status asthmaticus, or SA for short, is a severe asthma attack that comes on abruptly or lasts a very long time. In SA, asthma symptoms continue on and respiratory function declines, despite standard treatments.What is severe asthma?
Asthma is an inflammatory lung disease that can range from occasional and mild to severe. Your asthma is considered severe if it’s unable to be well controlled with any type of treatment.What does asthma exacerbation mean?
Exacerbation of bronchial asthma was operationally defined as acute onset of shortness of breath in already diagnosed asthmatic patients who are having all of the following: tachycardia more than 100/min., respiratory rate more than 25/min., inability to complete a sentence in one breath and wheezing or reduce air entry on chest auscultation.How do you treat asthma?
Asthma is treated and controlled primarily with two types of medications: inhaled corticosteroids (examples: Flovent, Pulmicort) are used to control lung swelling over the long-term, and quick-relief beta2-agonists like albuterol (examples: ProAir, Proventil) are used as rescue inhalers when symptoms occur.