What is the evidence for benefit from leukotriene receptor antagonists in pre-school children who wheeze when they have a cold? | Cochrane

Acute episodes of wheezing in pre-school aged children are common. Many children in this age group seem to wheeze only when they have a common cold-type virus with no ongoing symptoms between episodes, unlike older children with allergic-type asthma. Acute episodes of wheezing cause the child to ...