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BACKGROUND Omalizumab is indicated in patients with severe allergic asthma not controlled by high-dose inhaled glucocorticoids and long-acting beta-agonists. Few data are available on the profile of patients treated with this drug in routine clinical practice in Spain. OBJECTIVE To describe the profile of patients with severe allergic asthma treated with(More)
BACKGROUND Severe asthma is often poorly controlled and its prevalence in Spanish children is unknown. The aim was to determine the prevalence of difficult-to-control severe asthma in children, the agreement of asthma control between physicians and Spanish Guidelines for Asthma Management (GEMA), and the health-related quality of life (HRQoL) for children(More)
Introduction: Despite current treatments, more than half of patients with asthma are not controlled. The objective was to evaluate the correlation between control perceived by patients and physicians, compared with control evaluated according to criteria of the Spanish Guidelines for Asthma Management (GEMA), and to investigate the factors associated with(More)
INTRODUCTION Despite current treatments, more than half of patients with asthma are not controlled. The objective was to evaluate the correlation between control perceived by patients and physicians, compared with control evaluated according to criteria of the Spanish Guidelines for Asthma Management (GEMA), and to investigate the factors associated with(More)
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