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Flujo maximo diario del asma

Flujo maximo diario del asma


Diario del asma
Flujo maximo

Thomas F. Plaut, M.D.

Un diario del asma bien diseñado puede ayudarle a aprender de qué manera los provocadores y las medicinas afectan su asma. Con esta información, usted y su médico pueden elaborar un plan por escrito que lo ayudará a tratar su asma en su hogar.

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Click here to view instructions for use.

Los pacientes que utilizan el dairio de flujo máximo pulmonar del asma encuentran que los ayuda a:

  • Recordar los eventos desde la última visita con precisión.
  • Comunicarse telefónicamente en forma clara y concisa.
  • Identificar provocadores que producen un episodio.
  • Aprender cuándo comenzar o reducir una medicina.
  • Acordarse de tomar o suministrar una medicina regularmente.
  • Estimar la dosis mínima de esteroides inhalados necesaria para controlar el asma.

Los niños menores de cinco años generalmente no pueden soplar los flujos máximos pulmonares en forma confiable.


To receive a free copy of the Spanish Peak Flow Diary, send a self-addressed No. 10 (long) envelope with postage to:

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