Indoor Environmental Control Practices and Asthma Management.

  title={Indoor Environmental Control Practices and Asthma Management.},
  author={Elizabeth C. Matsui and Stuart L. Abramson and Megan Sandel},
  volume={138 5}
Indoor environmental exposures, particularly allergens and pollutants, are major contributors to asthma morbidity in children; environmental control practices aimed at reducing these exposures are an integral component of asthma management. Some individually tailored environmental control practices that have been shown to reduce asthma symptoms and exacerbations are similar in efficacy and cost to controller medications. As a part of developing tailored strategies regarding environmental… CONTINUE READING
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