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  Article ID: 37

  Severity of Asthma attack in USA

  Mary-Jay Health and Education

  The rate of death from asthma in the United States has been increasing over the last decade. Failure to recognize the seriousness of the terminal episode or to treat the episode appropriately has remained the major contributing cause of poor outcome. Few evidence shows that adverse effects of medications play much of a role in asthma-related death. The disease characteristics that place patients at risk remain inadequately defined. Of those suggested, only a history of recurrent hospitalization and the need for ventilatory assistance are specific enough to be helpful. Asthma patients can lower the risk by following treatment their treatment plan and keep current with symptom information

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