Publisher: Oxford Health Plans 2012
Number of pages: 47
With proper care, today people with asthma live quite normal, active lives. When you manage your asthma, you can do almost anything you want to do. Throughout this book, you'll learn how to keep your asthma under control so that you too can continue to lead a healthy, fulfilling life.
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A low-literacy asthma management guide. The brochure provides parents of children with asthma with the information they need to improve their children's quality of life. It is filled with tips on managing asthma by developing a management plan.
- National Asthma Council Australia
The Handbook aims to be both comprehensive and user-friendly. While written primarily for general practitioners and community pharmacists, the Handbook emphasises a team approach. It contains updated diagnostic, management and prescribing guidelines.
- National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
This guideline provides clear advice for healthcare professionals and people with asthma to develop a personalised action plan. The plan should support self-management of asthma , and ensure that the person is receiving the best possible treatment.
- National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
The culmination of 3 years of analysis, meetings, and review cycles involving many individuals. It is an up-to-date source of information for clinicians on asthma diagnosis and management. The task was to update asthma care recommendations.