Key clinical point: Children and adolescents hospitalized for asthma had a significantly increased rate of migraine.
Major finding: After adjustment, migraine hospitalizations were 120% more common among kids hospitalized for asthma, compared with no asthma.
Study details: A review of data collected in the U.S. Kids’ Inpatient Database.
Disclosures: Dr. Patel reported no relevant disclosures.
Patel RS et al. Headache. 2019 June;59[S1]:1-208, Abstract P78.