Asthma morbidity, control and treatment in New Zealand: results of the Patient Outcomes Management Survey (POMS), 2001
Aims: To determine the magnitude of morbidity from asthma within the New Zealand population, the degree of satisfaction of patients with their asthma control, and the level of asthma control achieved in relation to treatment. Methods: Participants were randomly selected from 29 randomly chosen general practices throughout New Zealand. Information was collected from demographic and clinical questionnaires and from lung function tests. Criteria based on GINA guidelines were developed to...[Show more]
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|Source:||New Zealand Medical Journal 116.1174 (2003)|
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