Asthma Control Tools: Users' Guide

Post date: Nov 9, 2016 10:44:32 AM

Asthma control in clinical practice refers to the extent to which the effects of asthma can be seen in the patient, or have been reduced or removed by treatment. Like most diseases, the way in which asthma presents is patient-specific, where attention to numerous physiological, life style and environmental factors need to be considered. Therefore, achieving asthma control can be an extremely complicated and arduous process. Once a patient has managed to gain control, maintaining control over a period of time, is yet another challenge. Since the clinical manifestations of asthma vary in frequency and intensity, a standardized approach to the assessment of asthma control is necessary.

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