ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF PATIENT INHALER PREFERENCE ON BRONCHIAL ASTHMA TREATMENT
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 7, Pages 7616-7631
AbstractBackground and objectives: About 358 million people have asthma. The main way to treat asthma is with inhalers. Non-adherence to asthma treatment has been linked to more hospital and emergency room visits, more illness, and more money spent on things that aren't necessary. For asthma to be managed well, people need to take their medicine as prescribed. The main goal is to find out which inhaler is best for treating bronchial asthma. Methods: A descriptive study of 200 Bronchial Asthma patients on Inhalers. Randomization will separate patients into Groups 1 and 2. Each patient will be given an inhaler adherence questionnaire, asthma symptoms will be controlled, and FEV1 will be measured. The identical treatment will be done in 3 months. In both groups, we used health education to improve second-visit non-adherence.
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