You and your child's pediatrician or allergist should work together as a team to create and carry out an asthma action plan. This plan should outline how to
The plan should also tell you when to call the nurse or doctor.
You should also have an emergency plan that outlines what to do when your child's asthma flares up. If your child is in school, make sure teachers, school nurses, physical education...Read more
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Source: ADAM Encyclopedia
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