1. The use of hypertonic saline (HS) in bronchiolitis was associated with lower risk of hospital admission, shorter length of stay (LOS), and improved clinical severity scores.
2. The use of HS appears to be safe, with very few minor adverse events and no life-threatening events being reported.
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1. There was no significant difference in length of hospital stay or outcomes between children treated with racemic adrenalin and those treated with saline.
2. Regardless of the drug used, on-demand inhalation treatment resulted in shorter length of stay, less oxygen therapy, and fewer overall treatments.
Evidence Rating Level: 1 (Excellent)