All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘WHO’

Asthma 101: Mastering the Basic Procedure of Nebulization-By Edter

Bronchial asthma is a life-threatening respiratory problem that does not exempt anyone. This condition can affect both men and women, young and old. As a matter of fact, it has been enlisted by the World Health Organization as one of the top leading cause of mortality and morbidity cases across the globe. In line with this, several therapeutic regimens and …

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Intramuscular Vaccine:Preventive Treatment for Allergic Asthma-By Edter

Bronchial asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects the bronchial tubes and bronchioles in the lungs. Moreover, this condition is caused by several factors including allergens. Allergens are referred to substances that are commonly present in the external environment. This type of pathogen can cause mild to severe irritation to the airway, which may lead to inflammatory process. Due …

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Asthma Symptoms Monitoring-By Edterchelle Soriano

The success rate of treating asthma depends on the person’s ability to monitor their condition. This is done through taking note of the severity and frequency of the asthma symptoms. These symptoms of asthma include shortness of breath, wheezing and coughing. Additionally, assessing the function of the lungs can help manage asthma. This article will discuss about several ways on …

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Overview of Pediatric Asthma-By Edterchelle Soriano

Pediatric Asthma Bronchial Asthma belongs to Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases (COPD) which occurs due to the inflammatory mechanism of the airway. If this physiologic change occurs to the airway, there will be an obstruction in the airflow. However, there are means on how to treat this condition. It can be partial or complete interventions that can reversely help people with …

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Common Asthma Causes

Various different things may cause asthma in children and also in adults. Some causes are common for all asthmatics with the condition while others are more personal or specific, affecting only a some individual or another. Basically, asthma is caused by genetic (relating to genes or heredity) and environmental factors (Relating to the natural world and the impact of human activity on its …

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History and Diagnosis of Asthma

Today there is no universal definition of asthma. In any good medical book, it describe more technically whereby any sufferer will not understand the technical terms. Whereas in a dictionary, it describes as ‘a disese of respiration related to difficult breathing, cough and etc which any asthma sufferer is familiar even if it varies from uncomfortable condition to life threatening. …

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