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Title: [What not to do in the therapeutic management of bronchial asthma. Delphi consensus recommendations for physicians who treat asthma].
Other Titles: Qué no se debe hacer en el manejo terapéutico del asma bronquial. Recomendaciones por consenso Delphi para los médicos que tratan el asma.
Authors: Román Rodríguez, Miguel
Ginel Mendoza, Leovigildo
Blanco Aparicio, Marina
Rodríguez Rodríguez, Mercedes
Bárcena Caamaño, Mario
Keywords: Asma bronquial;Bronchial asthma;Diagnosis;Diagnóstico;Exacerbaciones;Exacerbations;Follow up;Prevención;Prevention;Seguimiento;Tratamiento;Treatment
metadata.dc.subject.mesh: Asthma
Delphi Technique
Issue Date: 21-May-2021
Abstract: Asthma is one of the most prevalent diseases in Spain, yet despite the great diagnostic and therapeutic advances made in this field, health outcomes suggest that up to 80% of patients do not have their asthma well controlled. Although the causes of this situation are diverse, there are some practices among the professionals who treat asthma that are not conducive to improving health outcomes in this disease. Our working group has prepared this document in order to remind clinicians of a series of basic guidelines, aligned with current guidelines and recent literature, and agreed by a multidisciplinary expert panel using Delphi methodology. These recommendations about what not to do in the management of asthma in the adult patient are structured into four areas: diagnosis, monitoring, treatment and prevention of exacerbations.
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.1016/j.aprim.2021.102101
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