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Managing adult asthma in primary care

Managing adult asthma in primary care


Sharon Haggerty
RN DipHE BSc(Hons) MSc
Community Respiratory Nurse Specialist
Pallion Health Centre

In 2003 the BTS and SIGN joined together to produce a joint asthma guideline for the first time.(1) The new guideline informs the GMS contract and provides revised advice on the management of patients of all ages in both primary and secondary care. However, for most healthcare professionals the majority of their asthma patients fall into the adult bracket.

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