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How do patients operate self-management plans?

How do patients operate self-management plans? Original Research This was a retrospective study and the results are, Conflict of interest: None therefore, dependent on the quality of information in the notes studied. There may have been recall bias of Funding: None.n atopic and family history in known asthmatics, but this References would seem less likely in the cases only subsequently 1. Turner-Warwick M. Nocturnal asthma: a study in general practice. diagnosed as asthmatic. The numbers were also J R Coll Gen Pract 1989; 39: 239-43. limited, by ethical constraints, to those children 2. Levy M, Bell M. General practice audit of asthma in childhood. followed-up within the hospital. It is possible that these BMJ 1984; 289:1115-6. were more severely ill, but no significant differences 3. Jones A, Sykes A. The effect of symptom presentation on delay in were demonstrated between those followed-up in asthma diagnosis in children in a general practice. Respir Med 1990; 84: 139-42. hospital or at home. A further six-year follow-up of all 4. Speight A N P, Lee D A, Hey E N. Underdiagnosis and 131 potential cases is under way to overcome this, and undertreatment of asthma in childhood. BMJ 1983; 286: 1253-6. also to differentiate between BHR, which declines http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine Springer Journals

How do patients operate self-management plans?

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 1997 by General Practice Airways Group (GPIAG)
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Medicine/Public Health, general; Primary Care Medicine; Internal Medicine; Pneumology/Respiratory System; Thoracic Surgery
eISSN
1475-1534
DOI
10.1038/pcrj.1997.6
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Abstract

Original Research This was a retrospective study and the results are, Conflict of interest: None therefore, dependent on the quality of information in the notes studied. There may have been recall bias of Funding: None.n atopic and family history in known asthmatics, but this References would seem less likely in the cases only subsequently 1. Turner-Warwick M. Nocturnal asthma: a study in general practice. diagnosed as asthmatic. The numbers were also J R Coll Gen Pract 1989; 39: 239-43. limited, by ethical constraints, to those children 2. Levy M, Bell M. General practice audit of asthma in childhood. followed-up within the hospital. It is possible that these BMJ 1984; 289:1115-6. were more severely ill, but no significant differences 3. Jones A, Sykes A. The effect of symptom presentation on delay in were demonstrated between those followed-up in asthma diagnosis in children in a general practice. Respir Med 1990; 84: 139-42. hospital or at home. A further six-year follow-up of all 4. Speight A N P, Lee D A, Hey E N. Underdiagnosis and 131 potential cases is under way to overcome this, and undertreatment of asthma in childhood. BMJ 1983; 286: 1253-6. also to differentiate between BHR, which declines

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npj Primary Care Respiratory MedicineSpringer Journals

Published: Jun 1, 1997

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