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Asthma medicines | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

Good asthma control is: • NOT waking up with asthma symptoms and not having symptoms on more than two days per week

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Medicines for treating asthma - NPS MedicineWise

Asthma medicines can be classified as relievers, which work quickly to help with symptoms, and preventers, which help in the long run to reduce airway inflammation. Find out more about asthma medicines.

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Using your medicines correctly - National Asthma Council Australia

The National Asthma Council Australia (NAC) is a not-for-profit organisation working to improve health outcomes and quality of life for people with asthma.

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Asthma inhaler and medication tips - National Asthma Council Australia

How to stick to your asthma medications Ask your doctor, pharmacist or asthma educator about the role of each of your medications. Ask them for written i

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Medicines and Devices - Asthma Australia | Nation's Peak Consumer Body

There are a range of medicines amd devices available for people with asthma to manage and control their symptoms such as relivers and preventers.

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Medicines used to treat acute asthma - Asthma Australia

People with asthma are sometimes prescribed short courses of oral corticosteroid in tablet or liquid form, such as prednisolone, to help regain asthma under control during a flare-up or ‘asthma attack’.

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Asthma Management & Treatment - Asthma Australia

Children and adults can manage their asthma with inhaled medicines, which fall into two categories - preventers and relievers. Understand what you need for asthma treatment and management.

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Understanding Asthma - Asthma Australia

Everyone’s asthma journey is different. If you can understand your asthma, your triggers and how your medicines work, you can be empowered to take control of your health.

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Asthma diagnosis and treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic - NPS MedicineWise

Health practitioners should encourage all patients with asthma to: know how to use their reliever and preventer medicines (if required) continue taking all medicines required to keep their asthma well controlled during this time

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