Paradigmenwechsel in der Therapieempfehlung des Asthma bronchiale

@article{Gillissen2007ParadigmenwechselID,
  title={Paradigmenwechsel in der Therapieempfehlung des Asthma bronchiale},
  author={Adrian Gillissen and Hubert Wirtz and Gerhard Hoheisel},
  journal={Medizinische Klinik},
  year={2007},
  volume={102},
  pages={399-403}
}
ZusammenfassungDie Leitlinie der Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA) 2006 beinhaltet weitreichende Neuerungen in der Asthmatherapie und -kontrolle. Während sich bisher die Dosis und die Auswahl der empfohlenen Medikamente am Schweregrad orientierten, wird jetzt ein flexibles Schema empfohlen, das dem behandelnden Arzt große Freiheiten in der Substanzauswahl gibt. Das Nebeneinander der dennoch weiterhin bestehenden vierstufigen Schweregradeinteilung und des neuen fünfstufigen Therapieschemas… 
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