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New Asthma Therapies

Kathryn Robinett, MD, Neda Frayha, MD, and Mizuho Morrison, DO
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Asthma is a pretty bread-and-butter diagnosis in primary care, but how much do we know about all the new therapies on the market? Asthma expert and pulmonologist Dr. Kathryn Robinett shares the latest on asthma management with Miz and Neda. Hint: step-up therapy is for the boards, but not as helpful IRL.

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Breathing exercises in many forms are offered to asthmatic patients which includes optimal breathing and using inhalers optimally. - -The sub optimal use of inhalers both for rescue and prevention of asthma before exertion and inhaled corticosteroids is a considerable cause of morbidity and even mortality . Barnes C B et al Respiratory Care march 2015 60 (3) 455-468. -ReACT Responsive Asthma Care for Teens is a trial to improve self management among adolescents 13-17 in the USA .Cushing CC et al BMJ Open 2019 .

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