High physician adherence to phenotype-specific asthma guidelines, but large variability in phenotype assessment in children

@article{Ducharme2012HighPA,
  title={High physician adherence to phenotype-specific asthma guidelines, but large variability in phenotype assessment in children},
  author={F. Ducharme and Jonathan Morin and G. Michael Davis and Joanie Gingras and F. Noya},
  journal={Current Medical Research and Opinion},
  year={2012},
  volume={28},
  pages={1561 - 1570}
}
Abstract Background: The implementation of international pediatric asthma guidelines hinges on the distinction between intermittent and persistent phenotypes and the prescription of recommended phenotype-specific pharmacotherapy. Objectives: To ascertain key factors associated with specialist-confirmed phenotype and document physicians’ adherence to practice recommendations in an academic pediatric asthma center. Design/methods: Using electronic health records, we identified a cohort of… Expand
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