Hospitalized patients with asthma or COPD who received virtual inhaler use education via a tablet was as effective as in person education.
Respiratory outcomes among inner-city children with asthma may be linked to both dog allergen exposure and dog-associated nonallergen exposures.
Children who are exposed to ozone and nitrogen dioxide air pollutants at birth and during early life may have an increased risk for incident asthma and eczema compared with children not exposed.
Secondary diagnostic verification of asthma in adults with an asthma diagnosis may improve quality of life and reduce costs.
Patients with severe asthma who had individualized treatment targeted to their specific asthma traits had significantly improved health-related quality of life and asthma control.