asthma self-management

asthma self-management

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as personal actions to prevent or reverse an inflammatory condition resulting in bronchial constriction of the airways. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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asthma self-management education and home-based interventions.
Research where it is most needed--using the example of the development and implementation of the guided asthma self-management plan system of care.
Also of interest is a 100-page review of complementary and alternative medicine for asthma self-management, with many summary charts comparing methods, side effects, and risks.
Search terms included asthma, adolescent, asthma management, asthma self-management.
After a month of monitoring, participants were then given access to smartphone and Web-based applications that were designed to support and encourage asthma self-management.
2010), the Telephone Asthma Program (TAP), a novel nurse telephone coaching intervention, was used to improve and support asthma self-management behaviors for parents of children 5 to 12 years of age with persistent asthma.
Future research should also consider 'big picture' studies, in which a number of different variables such as medication compliance, asthma self-management, quality of life, and lung function might all be examined in one investigation.
Tailored education may reduce health literacy disparities in asthma self-management.
Improvement of rural children's asthma self-management by lay health educators.
Data from the NHIS 2008 asthma supplement were used to estimate the status of health, health insurance, and asthma self-management education among children (aged <18 years) and adults (aged >18 years).
Home-based asthma self-management education for inner city children.
Researchers in New York City studied the effect of the eight-week program, The Asthma Self-Management for Adolescents, aimed at urban youth and their medical providers.
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