4 hours ago by Cdc.gov
You can control your asthma and avoid an attack by taking your medicine exactly as your doctor or other medical professional tells you to do and by avoiding things that can cause an attack. With your doctor’s help, make your own asthma management plan so that you know what to do based on your own symptoms. Here are helpful resources for you:
3 hours ago by Community.aafa.org
Asthma is a complex condition. People can have different levels of asthma, triggers and treatments. Whether you’ve just been diagnosed or have had asthma for some time, you may need help making sense of it all. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) has created the ASTHMA Care for Adults program. This program covers a full range of topics someone with asthma needs to know.
6 hours ago by Acaai.org
Allergies and asthma are serious diseases and misdiagnosis and inappropriate treatment can have serious health consequences, said Dr. Winder. Board-certified allergists are the best-trained health professionals to perform allergy testing and treat allergic diseases effectively so that people with asthma, allergies or EIB can have a healthy
4 hours ago by Community.aafa.org
Keeping your asthma under control is a key part of staying healthy. Avoiding asthma triggers to prevent symptoms is important. So is carrying a quick-relief (rescue) inhaler everywhere you go. Long-term control medicines that you take every day help you prevent and control asthma symptoms. But asthma medicine can be expensive, whether or not you have insurance.
2 hours ago by Propellerhealth.com
Meet Propeller. The doctor-recommended way to manage your asthma or COPD. Propeller makes it easy to stick to your treatment plan and helps you learn what may be causing your flare-ups, so you can have more symptom-free days. To get started, select your condition.
1 hours ago by Asthma.com
Get your FREE asthma self-care guide to help manage your asthma By completing this form, you certify that you are at least 18 years old. GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) believes your privacy is important.
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2 hours ago by Cdc.gov1. Environmental Management of Pediatric Asthma: Guidelines for Healthcare Providersexternal icon This web-based course offers continuing education (CE) credits. Vital Signs: Asthma in Children – United States, 2001-2016 Free continuing education (CE)activity that describes trends and demographic differences in health outcomes and healthcare use for childhood asthma, based on a CDC analysis of asthma data from the 2001-2016 National Health Interview Survey for children 17 years and younger.This activity is intended for pediatricians, pulmonologists, public health officials, nurses, and other clinicians caring for patients with childhood asthma. EXHALE Technical Package pdf icon[PDF – 760 KB] The EXHALE technical package represents a group of strategies, which, based on the best available evidence, can improve asthma control and reduce health care costs. It is intended as a resource to inform decision-making in communities, organizations, and states. This checklist, developed by CDC, EP...
6 hours ago by Nhlbi.nih.gov
View the updated Asthma Management Guidelines which offer health care providers updated recommendations across six areas of asthma care. Tools and Materials The Learn More Breathe Better program offers a variety of educational resources to help increase awareness and understanding about lung diseases and conditions.
9 hours ago by Epa.gov
Home-based multi-trigger, multi-component interventions with an environmental focus for children with asthma are proven to reduce exposure to multiple indoor asthma triggers (e.g., "The Community Guide: What works to promote health" Exit).Use our free publications for healthcare providers to begin or improve a home visit program for your asthma patients.
Just Now by Bphc.org
Asthma in the urban environment is a serious problem. It remains a primary cause of preventable hospitalization among Boston children and other urban communities. Parents, health care providers, individuals with asthma, and others must be proactive in understanding the severity of this illness and how to take control of asthma.
3 hours ago by Odh.ohio.gov
The Asthma Program is a program in the Bureau of Maternal, Child, and Family Health in the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). Asthma is a serious life-long disease of the lungs that is caused by swelling (inflammation) in the airways.
2 hours ago by Schools.nyc.gov
Free medicine. We provide free Flovent 110 at school with a prescription. Since your child will be taking their morning dose in school, the home controller will last longer. If your child suffers an asthma attack, free Albuterol is also provided with a prescription.
1 hours ago by Nhlbi.nih.gov
Quality asthma care involves not only initial diagnosis and treatment to achieve asthma control, but also long-term, regular follow-up care to maintain control. Asthma control focuses on two domains: (1) reducing impairment—the frequency and intensity of symptoms and functional limitations currently or recently experienced by a
3 hours ago by Cdph.ca.gov
Your actions help keep California healthy. By staying informed, you can protect yourself, your family, and your community from the coronavirus. If you are evacuated due to wildfires, bring a face covering and hand sanitizer and continue to practice physical distancing when possible to protect against COVID-19.
4 hours ago by Health.wusf.usf.edu
Free Lung Clinic Helps Asthma Patients Breathe Easier. Per capita, Osceola County has the worst rates in Florida for asthma hospitalizations and the second worst rate for emergency room visits for asthma. But a free lung clinic is helping residents breathe easy. Tammy Rinkle is being checked out by a respiratory therapist.
4 hours ago by Maasthma.org
JSI compiled this downloadable inventory of training programs on asthma for health providers and allied health professionals for the Asthma Prevention and Control Program of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. MA HHS provides data, tools and other resources on work-related asthma, affecting approximately 200,000 adults in Massachusetts.
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6 hours ago by Futureofpersonalhealth.com
The National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF) recently launched its “Environmental Management of Pediatric Asthma: Guidelines for Healthcare Providers” free online certification course. Developed in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this accredited eLearning program uses case studies, guided exercises, and open dialogue to help …
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6 hours ago by En.wikipedia.org
Asthma is a long-term inflammatory disease of the airways of the lungs. It is characterized by variable and recurring symptoms, reversible airflow obstruction, and easily triggered bronchospasms. Symptoms include episodes of wheezing, coughing, chest tightness, and shortness of breath. These may occur a few times a day or a few times per week. Depending on the person, asthma symptoms may1. Genetic
1 hours ago by Childrenscommunityhealthplan.org
To speak with our Health Program team or to opt out of the program, please call (414) 266-3173 or email us at [email protected] ** = CCHP has adopted the National Asthma Education and Prevention Program ( quick reference ) ( full reference ) and applies treatment based on the results of …
4 hours ago by Verywellhealth.com
Asthma is a chronic lung disease. When you have asthma, your airways may react to a number of different triggers, such as smoke, allergens like pollen, or infections. This leads to constricted and inflamed airways, resulting in airflow obstruction and making it difficult to breathe. The classic symptoms of asthma are wheezing, chest tightness
3 hours ago by Skillsplatform.org
Asthma training courses are for healthcare professionals such as practice nurses and health care assistants that work with children and adults. Asthma training in schools for teachers will also be beneficial to raise awareness and ensure they have the knowledge to deal with any incidents.
Combination inhalers are the best medicines for the treatment of bronchial asthma. These medicines include budesonide-formoterol (Symbicort), fluticasone-salmeterol (Advair Diskus), formoterol-mometasone (Dulera).
Most people diagnosed with asthma can manage their condition with medication. The most common types of treatment are reliever and preventer inhalers. However, in some cases long-acting, combination or non-steroidal inhalers may be prescribed instead.
Surgical treatment for asthma a posibility. Bronchial thermoplasty may provide surgical relief for severe asthma sufferers. It involves heating some of the muscles which line the airway to the lungs that would normally tighten during an asthma attack.
While there is no cure for asthma, asthma attacks can be prevented or reduced by taking medication daily (usually called controller or maintenance medications), avoiding asthma triggers, and modifying ones environment (such as minimizing dust and other allergens).