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Wednesday 31, Mar 2010

  Asthma control in Preschoolers

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Asthma control in PreschoolersAccording to a review in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal), asthma is the commonest of all chronic diseases in children besides being a prime reason for hospital admissions yet there is lack of asthma control in 26 to 45 percent of children.

The review offered key insights to differentiate between transient asthma and chronic asthma in preschoolers and information on managing both types.

More research is required to examine the effectiveness of treatments in young children, as per the study authors.

Thursday 11, Mar 2010

  Inadequate asthma management among children

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Inadequate asthma management among childrenAccording to a review appearing in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, inadequate asthma control is present in 26% to 45% of children despite the fact that asthma is one of the most common of all chronic diseases among children.

This review was produced as an initiative of the Canadian Thoracic Society and provided key points to distinguish between transient asthma and chronic asthma in preschoolers and how to manage both asthma forms.

The review is expected to offer invaluable insights to practitioners and relief to their young asthmatic patients.

Thursday 25, Feb 2010

  Asthma management for preschoolers

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Asthma management for preschoolersAsthma is one of most common chronic diseases and a major reason for admissions to hospitals in young children yet 26-45 percent of children face inadequate asthma control, as per a review in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).

The review was produced as an initiative of the Canadian Thoracic Society and incorporated the latest scientific information obtained from randomized controlled trials since the Canadian Pediatric Asthma Consensus Guidelines were published in 2003.

It was stated by the authors that more research is required for evaluating the effectiveness of treatment options in young children.