Ongoing poor control – ICST

Ongoing poor control

Step 5 of the All-Wales Adult Asthma Management and Prescribing Guideline focuses on the stepping up of inhaled therapy when there is ongoing poor control, and the indications for referral to secondary care; diagnostic uncertainty, complex co-morbidities, suspected occupational asthma, poor control, ≥2 courses oral steroids/ year.

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Ongoing poor control

Step 5 of the All-Wales Adult Asthma Management and Prescribing Guideline focuses on the stepping up of inhaled therapy when there is ongoing poor control, and the indications for referral to secondary care; diagnostic uncertainty, complex co-morbidities, suspected occupational asthma, poor control, ≥2 courses oral steroids/ year.

Check out this Tutorial, where Katie explores this further.

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All Wales Adult Asthma Management and Prescribing Guideline

Endorsed by the Respiratory Health Implementation Group (RHIG), the All-Wales Adult Asthma Management guideline standardises management of patients with Asthma. The aim of this Guideline is to provide patients with asthma with basic asthma care, in line with the Personal Asthma Action Plan, and monitor preventer and reliever inhaler prescribing.

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