3 edition of Explaining asthma found in the catalog.
An introduction to asthma that discusses causes, diagnosis, prevention, and treatments, and describes what it is like to live with the condition as well as what to do during an attack.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 42-43) and index.
|LC Classifications||RC591 .R694 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||2008049284|
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Even young children can learn to manage some aspect of their care, and the earlier they feel they have some control the better. Piaget described the Theory of Intellectual Development based on four levels of.
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But why do people get asthma, and. Pollen, fish, peanuts, bees, latex, milk, cats. What can be an annoyance for one person can be a dangerous sensitivity for another. Teaching kids about allergies, and what it means if they or their friend have an allergy, is an important step in keeping little ones aware and safe.
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This “allergic asthma” is the most common form of asthma. For this reason, allergy skin testing is also performed to help determine allergy triggers. When you have asthma, airway inflammation and swelling cause the airways to be overly sensitive or “twitchy.”Author: Family Allergy.
Asthma affects approximately million people around the world. In children, males have a higher asthma risk; in adults, fe - males have a higher prevalence. Experts believe asthma results from various host factors, environ - mental factors, or a combination.
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Explaining Asthma Asthma is a disease of the lungs and of the air tubes leading to them. Asthma causes the walls of the bronchioles (the tiny airways in the lungs) to swell and produce mucus so that it becomes difficult to breathe.
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Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways. This feature of asthma has implications for the diagnosis, management, and potential prevention of the disease. The immunohistopathologic features of asthma include inflammatory cell infiltration: Neutrophils (especially in sudden-onset, fatal asthma exacerbations; occupational.
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This section is for educational purposes only. If you have a question, contact your healthcare professional. If you are experiencing an emergency, call Tim explains what happens to the airways to Susie. From 'Cambridge English for Nursing Int +' on English by Virginia Allum.
Asthma is found under Section of the Social Security Administration (SSA) Blue Book. Section covers ailments of the respiratory system.
As with all conditions, the SSA bases its assessment of the severity of your condition on your ability to perform daily tasks, the limitations imposed on you by your symptoms (including pain), and the.Asthma may also be over-diagnosed in the elderly through confusion with shortness of breath due to left ventricular failure or ischemic heart disease.
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