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5 mg/kg/dose IV every 36 to 48 hours or 4 mg/kg/dose IV every 24 hours. In one gentamicin protocol (which could be extrapolated to tobramycin), the usual dose of 4 mg/kg/dose IV every 24 hours was extended to 4 mg/kg/dose IV every 48 hours if there was concurrent indomethacin. An alternative dosing regimen based on gestational age (GA) is also used which is as follows: GA younger than 32 weeks: 4 mg/kg/dose IV every 48 hours; GA 32 to 36 weeks: 4 mg/kg/dose IV every 36 hours; GA 37 weeks and older: 4 mg/kg/dose IV every 24 hours.

Use of QVAR with a spacer device in children less than 5 years of age is not recommended. In vitro dose characterization studies were performed with QVAR 40 mcg/actuation with the OptiChamber and AeroChamber Plus ® spacer utilizing inspiratory flows representative of children under 5 years old. These studies indicated that the amount of medication delivered through the spacing device decreased rapidly with increasing wait times of 5 to 10 seconds as shown in Table 2. If QVAR is used with a spacer device, it is important to inhale immediately.

The FDA approved the first inhaled insulin, Exubera from Pfizer, in January 2006. It became available that September, 84 years after the first insulin injections were given. It was approved for those over 18 years of age with diabetes, but realistically was only appropriate for those who could handle large doses. Unfortunately, Exubera was removed from pharmacy shelves in October 2007 after it failed to gain the acceptance of patients and physicians. This failure occurred largely due to the bong-sized inhaler that it required. The inhaler weighed about 4 ounces and was about 12 inches long during delivery.

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  • Citation tools Download this article to citation manager Janson Christer , Larsson Kjell , Lisspers Karin H , Ställberg Björn , Stratelis Georgios , Goike Helena et al. Pneumonia and pneumonia related mortality in patients with COPD treated with fixed combinations of inhaled corticosteroid and long acting β 2 agonist: observational matched cohort study (PATHOS) BMJ 2013; 346 :f3306
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