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When Should Someone Go to the ER for an Asthma Attack?

Asthma attacks result in 1.7 million hospital visits in the average year. Watch emergency medicine doctor Natalie Shum, MD, describe the symptoms that indicate that a person experiencing an asthma attack needs emergency care.

Medically reviewed in May 2018.

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