Using the community pharmacy to identify patients at risk of poor asthma control and factors which contribute to this poor control.

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BACKGROUND Although asthma can be well controlled by appropriate medication delivered in an appropriate way at an appropriate time, there is evidence that management is often suboptimal. This results in poor asthma control, poor quality of life, and significant morbidity. METHODS The objective of this study was to describe a population recruited in… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/02770903.2011.615431

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@article{Armour2011UsingTC, title={Using the community pharmacy to identify patients at risk of poor asthma control and factors which contribute to this poor control.}, author={Carol L Armour and Kate S Lemay and Bandana Saini and Helen K Reddel and Sinthia Z. Bosnic-Anticevich and Lorraine Smith and Deborah L. Burton and Yun Ju C Song and Marie Chehani Alles and Kay L. Stewart and Lynne M Emmerton and Ines Krass}, journal={The Journal of asthma : official journal of the Association for the Care of Asthma}, year={2011}, volume={48 9}, pages={914-22} }