Clinical pharmacy services provided to asthma patients in a school-based clinic

Petrie, Jennifer L.; Segal, Alissa R.
February 2010
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;2/1/2010, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p185
Academic Journal
The article provides information on the improved medical services provided to children by giving clinical pharmacy services to asthma patients in a school-based clinics. A study conducted on asthma revealed that school-based asthma education enables the students to have a knowledge of asthma resulting in improved peak flow meter and inhaler use, and decreased harshness of asthma symptoms.


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