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Previous assessment of successful asthma management with medication was analyzed though lung function tests, frequency of use of relievers, symptom control and peak flow measurements, yet patients do not always perceive the measurable benefits with improved quality of life. Control of their condition with a long acting bronchodilator, and inhaled steroid and a steroid tablet was used in the trial to gain an understanding of overall effectiveness and acceptance of asthma medications. Measurable benefits were found not to correlate with patient observed benefits for the three types of asthma medications.

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About: Best practice for asthma medication

Date: 3 July 2005

Source: Medical News Today


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This summary article refers to the following medical categories:

  • Medication and asthma
  • Medication and long acting bronchodilator
  • Medication and inhaled steroid
  • Medication and oral steroid
  • Medication and steroid
  • Medication and bronchodilator
  • Medication and reliever
  • Medication and preventer
  • Medication and puffer
  • Medication and benefit
  • Diagnosis and lung function test
  • Diagnosis and peak flow
  • Diagnosis and asthma

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