CME Corner

 Point of Care Clinical Decisions in Asthma Management

A 2-Part RealCME Curriculum

Target audience:
Primary care physicians, community pulmonologists, allergists and other clinicians involved in the management of patients with asthma.

Approximately 25.7 million Americans suffer from asthma, a chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways, resulting in recurrent episodes of airflow limitation, mucus production, and cough. Despite many effective therapies and recent advances, many patients continue to experience suboptimal outcomes including activity limitation, missed school or work days, emergency department visits, hospitalizations, and death. These activities will examine optimal evidence-based diagnosis, tailoring treatment, and patient education.

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newsletter Assessing Asthma Severity: A Self-Assessment and Clinical Overview
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Optimizing Asthma Control: Individualizing Therapy
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Monica Kraft, MD
Professor of Medicine Chair

Department of Medicine 
The Robert and Irene Flinn Endowed Chair of Medicine

University of Arizona 
Tucson, AZ


Michael E. Wechsler, MD, MMSc 
Director, Asthma Program

Professor of Medicine

Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine

Department of Medicine

National Jewish Health

Denver, CO





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