Use of acid suppressant medications in infancy raises childhood risk for wheeze, asthma

By | July 29, 2022

Lacey Robinson, MD, MPH was featured in Healio about her manuscript published in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice. Dr. Robinson and colleagues found that, in a cohort of 921 children, exposure to acid suppressant medications during infancy increased the risk of recurrent wheeze and asthma in early childhood. PMID: 35872214