Inhaler Errors in the CRITIKAL Study: Type, Frequency, and Association with Asthma Outcomes.

@article{Price2017InhalerEI,
  title={Inhaler Errors in the CRITIKAL Study: Type, Frequency, and Association with Asthma Outcomes.},
  author={David J Price and Miguel Rom{\'a}n-Rodr{\'i}guez and Robert Brett McQueen and Sinthia Zrinka Bosnic-Anticevich and Victoria Carter and Kevin Gruffydd-Jones and John Haughney and Svein H\oegh Henrichsen and Catherine Hutton and Antonio Infantino and Federico Lavorini and Lisa M Law and Karin H Lisspers and Alberto Papi and Dermot Ryan and Bj{\"o}rn St{\"a}llberg and Thys van der Molen and Henry Chrystyn},
  journal={The journal of allergy and clinical immunology. In practice},
  year={2017},
  volume={5 4},
  pages={1071-1081.e9}
}
BACKGROUND Poor inhaler technique has been linked to poor asthma outcomes. Training can reduce the number of inhaler errors, but it is unknown which errors have the greatest impact on asthma outcomes. OBJECTIVE The CRITical Inhaler mistaKes and Asthma controL study investigated the association between specific inhaler errors and asthma outcomes. METHODS This analysis used data from the iHARP asthma review service-a multicenter cross-sectional study of adults with asthma. The review took… CONTINUE READING
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