Asthma Treatment

Once a patient has been diagnosed with asthma by their allergist, they must then control their asthma with treatment and prevention.  While the majority of asthma patients suffer from allergic asthma, the onset of an asthma attack can be prevented by keeping a clean living environment and decreasing the exposure to allergens. 

patients can also use a peak flow meter to monitor the daily functionality of their lungs, and to give an indication of when their asthma is under control.  For acute allergy treatment, a patient might require the use of a nebulizer and holding chamber, both of which are easily portable.

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