A controlled retrospective pilot study of an 'at-risk asthma register' in primary care.

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BACKGROUND There are few reports of primary care initiatives designed to improve management of asthma patients who are at risk of adverse outcomes. AIM To assess the impact on emergency treatments, service use, and costs, of introducing an at-risk asthma register in a general practice surgery. METHODS Asthma patients demonstrating characteristics… (More)

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@article{Noble2006ACR, title={A controlled retrospective pilot study of an 'at-risk asthma register' in primary care.}, author={Michael J Noble and Jane R Smith and Jennifer Windley}, journal={Primary care respiratory journal : journal of the General Practice Airways Group}, year={2006}, volume={15 2}, pages={116-24} }