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CPD Module- ‘Uncontrolled’ asthma

By Mindo - 24th Sep 2020 | 11 views

Senior man using asthma inhaler for relief an attack at home. Old man using asthma inhaler for preventing attack. Mature man using medical inhaler to prevent and treat wheezing and shortness of breath caused by allergy.

1 CPD Hours

Authors

Dr Alexander Deegan, Consultant in Respiratory Medicine and General Medicine, Blackrock Clinic, Co Dublin

In this module Dr Alexander Deegan, Respiratory Consultant, Blackrock Clinic, answers questions posed by Dr Carthage Carroll. Dr Deegan addresses the best approach to defining severe asthma, common conditions that masquerade as severe asthma, current treatment, possible future treatments and the role of bronchial thermoplasty.

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