Thursday, July 14, 2011

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Bronchial asthma - Definition of well controlled B.A

Bronchial asthma is considered to be well controlled if the patient experiences cough, shortness of breath and wheezing less than 3 times/week during the day, less than 3 times/month of night time awakenings and no asthma related interference with normal activity.

Recently it has been found that only 1/3rd of asthma patients can be categorized as being into the well controlled group.


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