Covering the basics of asthma education

August 2011
Patient Education Management;Aug2011, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p87
Academic Journal
The article highlights several topics about which asthma patients should be educated after diagnosis which include the causes of its symptoms, the proper use of anti-inflammatory medicines to prevent asthma attacks, and ways of having good control over the condition.


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