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Respiratory System

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Diseases: Asthma | Broncheal Diseases | Lung Diseases | Mediastinal Diseases | Pleural Diseases | Respiratory Infections

Other Topics: General Respiratory System | Anatomy | Diagnostic Procedures | Lung Surgery | Lung Transplantation | Respiration Disorders | Respiratory Disease Management


Asthma

(Jump to: General Information | Asthma Management | Asthma Medications | Childhood Asthma )

General Information
Asthma:NHLBI
Asthma:MedlinePlus


Childhood Asthma
General Information
Asthma & Children:American Lung Association
Symptoms and Diagnosis of Asthma in Children:UpToDate Patient Information
Asthma in Children:MedlinePlus
Management of Childhood Asthma
Managing Asthma (in Children):Nemours Foundation
Asthma Treatment in Children:UpToDate Patient Information
Asthma and Physical Activity in the School:NHLBI
Information for Children
Asthma Center:Nemours Foundation [for Kids]


Asthma Management
Controlling Your Asthma:ACCP
Asthma Treatment in Adolescents and Adults:UpToDate Patient Information
How To Use a Peak Flow Meter:UpToDate Patient Information
Trigger Avoidance in Asthma:UpToDate Patient Information
Background on Food Allergies & Asthma:International Food Information Council
Health Effects of Omega-3 Fatty Acids on Asthma:AHRQ


Asthma Medications
Asthma Medications:eMedicine Consumer Health
Inhaled Steroid Drugs:Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs
Asthma Medications and Osteoporosis: American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
Asthma: Medicines That Can Make It Worse:FamilyDoctor.org
See also Respiratory Disease Management, Devices for Inhaled Medications


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