Severe asthma is a serious condition that can limit daily activities and lead to serious flare-ups and hospitalizations. This video will help patients recognize symptoms associated with severe asthma.
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If you suspect you have severe asthma, learn how this condition is diagnosed based on blood and lung tests.
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Childhood asthma can be managed with the right combination of treatments and medicines. This program will help children with asthma and their parents and caregivers understand what those are so that they can be active and healthy.
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Treating severe asthma is a partnership with you and your doctor. Learn what approaches your doctor might use to help control severe asthma.
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Asthma is a lung disease that makes it hard to breathe. This program explores the importance of patients understanding what asthma is, how their asthma is triggered and how it can be treated and controlled to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
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Children with asthma should understand the disease, symptoms and treatment. This program aims to educate them and their parents and caregivers on the warning signs to look out for as well as the common triggers that might aggravate their asthma.
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More than twenty million Americans, or 1 in 12 US residents, has asthma, making it one of the nation's most common and costly diseases. This program looks at the causes, treatments and management of this disease. It features physicians from the American Lung Association, the Cleveland Clinic Florida and Harvard Medical School.
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There is no cure for asthma, so it's important to learn how to manage the disease to live an active and healthy life. An important key to keeping asthma under control is a personalized management plan that your healthcare team will develop with you. This plan should include a balance of medication and tips for avoiding triggers that could lead to an asthma attack. In this program, you'll learn ways to live with asthma.
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Anyone who is diagnosed with asthma must learn to recognize the symptoms of an asthma flare-up and learn to pinpoint the triggers that can lead to an asthma episode. Knowing both, along with medication and a personal action plan are key to being active and healthy with asthma.
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For patients with lung problems such as asthma or COPD, an inhaler can be a lifesaving medication. Learning how to use your inhaler correctly with a spacer will ensure you get the most out of your inhaler.
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