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Test for respiratory and asthma control in preschool kids in the emergency department as a predictor of wheezing exacerbations.

The test for respiratory and asthma control in kids (TRACK score) is a standardized questionnaire tool validated to identify poor symptom control in children with stable preschool wheeze. This study determined if TRACK score measured within 5 days of an Emergency Department (ED) visit for acute wheezing predicts a subsequent wheezing exacerbation requiring an ED visit and/or treatment with systemic corticosteroids within 3 months.


Quality of life impairment due to chronic rhinosinusitis in asthmatics is mediated by asthma control.

Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) and asthma, when comorbid, may influence each other's disease course and decrease quality of life (QOL). Our objective was to determine if poorer asthma control due to CRS symptoms could be a mechanism for decreased QOL in asthmatic CRS patients.

Asthma, body mass and aerobic fitness, the relationship in adolescents: The exercise for asthma with commando Joe's® (X4ACJ) trial.

Although an association has been suggested between asthma, obesity, fitness and physical activity, the relationship between these parameters remains to be elucidated in adolescents. Six-hundred and sixteen adolescents were recruited (334 boys; 13.0 ± 1.1years; 1.57 ± 0.10m; 52.6 ± 12.9kg), of which 155 suffered from mild-to-moderate asthma (78 boys). Participants completed a 20-metre shuttle run test, lung function and 7-day objective physical activity measurements and completed asthma control and ...


Implementing Pediatric Inpatient Asthma Pathways.

are succinct, operational versions of evidence-based guidelines. Studies have demonstrated pathways improve quality of care for children hospitalized with asthma, but we have limited information on other key factors to guide hospital leaders and clinicians in pathway implementation efforts. Our objective was to evaluate the adoption, implementation, and reach of inpatient pediatric asthma pathways.

Protocol for a multicentre randomised controlled trial to investigate the effect on asthma-related quality of life from breathing retraining in patients with incomplete asthma control attending specialist care in Denmark.

Uncontrolled asthma is a global health challenge with substantial impact on quality of life (QoL) and overall healthcare costs. Unrecognised and/or unmanaged comorbidities often contribute to presence of uncontrolled asthma. Abnormalities in breathing pattern are termed dysfunctional breathing and are not only common in asthma but also lead to asthma-like symptoms and reduced QoL, and, in keeping with this, improvement with breathing normalisation. Evidence-based guidelines recommend breathing retraining in...

Food-allergic teenagers report worse quality of life: Results from 174 Quality of Life Patient Questionnaires.

Blood lactate, pH, base excess and pCO as prognostic indicators in caesarean-born kids from goats with pregnancy toxaemia.

The objective of this study was to identify the prognostic value for survival of blood parameters in the immediate post-caesarean surgery period in kids born from pregnancy toxaemia (PT) goats. This study involved 10 PT goats, in which a caesarean surgery was performed. Twenty-five kids were born after caesarean surgery of which 16 survived. A blood sample was collected from the jugular vein of the 10 goats and from the kids immediately after caesarean surgery (within 15 min). There were differences betwe...

Hot Topic: Precision Medicine for Asthma-Has the Time Come?

Asthma is a common inflammatory airway disease, which affects more than 300 million people worldwide. Although conventional drugs are effective for most of the patients with mild-to-moderate asthma, they are less effective for patients with difficult-to-treat or severe asthma. Identification of asthma endotypes and biomarkers will lead to more precise approaches to treat asthma.

Maternal dietary inflammatory potential and quality are associated with offspring asthma risk over 10-year follow-up: the Lifeways Cross-Generation Cohort Study.

Asthma is the most common childhood chronic health condition. Maternal antenatal diet has been associated with offspring asthma risk, but studies investigating maternal whole diet quality and inflammatory potential with long-term offspring follow-up (>5 y) are rare.

HEPA filtration improves asthma control in children exposed to traffic-related airborne particles.

Traffic-related airborne particles are associated with asthma morbidity. The aim of this study was to assess the impact of a high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filtration on the concentrations of traffic particles and the resultant effect on children with asthma. Forty-three children with asthma were enrolled in this double-blind, placebo-controlled crossover design. A HEPA air cleaner or a placebo "dummy" was placed in participants' homes for four weeks, interrupted by a one-month washout period, befor...

Maternal history of asthma modifies the risk of childhood persistent asthma associated with maternal age at birth: Results from a large prospective cohort in Canada.

Asthma is a prevalent disease that affects many Canadians. Persistent asthma can affect quality of life, and has multiple health implications. Maternal age at birth has been associated with many adverse health outcomes in children. Conflicting study results exist regarding maternal age at birth and childhood asthma. The association between maternal age at birth and persistent asthma in children is still unknown. To investigate the relationship between maternal age at birth and persistent asthma in children...

Associated Factors for Asthma Severity in Korean Children: A Korean Childhood Asthma Study.

Childhood asthma has a considerable social impact and economic burden, especially in severe asthma. This study aimed to identify the proportion of childhood asthma severity and to evaluate associated factors for greater asthma severity.

Novel Insights on Sex-Related Differences in Asthma.

Asthma, a common respiratory disease that affects about 10% of the US population, represents a significant public health issue. In the last decade, cumulative evidence has demonstrated sex disparities in asthma, including significant differences in epidemiology, clinical presentation, response to therapies, and health outcomes. Understanding sex-related differences in asthma enables clinicians to provide personalized asthma care and improve asthma outcome.

Persistent asthma from childhood to adulthood presents a distinct phenotype of adult asthma.

In approximately 30% of children with asthma, the condition persists into adulthood. The longer duration of asthma in these patients is a risk factor for poor asthma control. However, the characteristics of adult patients with asthma that has persisted since childhood are not well documented.

Asthma Across Childhood: Improving Adherence to Asthma Management from Early Childhood to Adolescence.

Asthma affects nearly 6 million US children. Throughout childhood, children undergo a series of biological, developmental, and psychosocial changes. Thus, factors influencing a child's asthma management differ across three essential stages-early childhood (0-5 years), school-aged years (5-12 years), and adolescence (12-18 years)-and require varied intervention by parents, school personnel, clinicians, and the children themselves. Since asthma care in children is characterized by fluctuations in severity and...

Inflammatory mechanisms linking maternal and childhood asthma.

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory airway disease characterized by airway hyperresponsiveness, inflammation, and remodeling. Asthma often develops during childhood and causes lifelong decrements in lung function and quality of life. Risk factors for childhood asthma are numerous and include genetic, epigenetic, developmental, and environmental factors. Uncontrolled maternal asthma during pregnancy exposes the developing fetus to inflammatory insults, which further increase the risk of childhood asthma indepen...

The Burden of Work-Related Asthma in Michigan, 1988-2018.

Exposure to a variety of substances in the workplace can cause new-onset asthma or aggravate pre-existing asthma, both of which are considered work-related asthma (WRA). Understanding trends in the nature and causes of WRA can assist in the diagnosis and management of adult patients with asthma.

New Concepts and Technological Resources in Patient Education and Asthma Self-Management.

Asthma is a chronic disease that is associated with significant morbidity and mortality. In general, the use of technology resources or electronic health (e-health) has been shown to have beneficial effects on patients with asthma. E-health can impact a broad section of patients and can be cost-effective and associated with high patient satisfaction. E-health may enable remote delivery of care, as well as timely access to health care, which are some of the common challenges faced by patients with asthma. We...

Severe asthma: what is new in the new millennium.

Severe asthma remains a debilitating disease and a challenge for the clinicians. Novel therapies have been introduced and have greatly improved asthma control and more are under development or in clinical studies. These include anti-IL5/IL5R, anti-IL4/IL4R, anti IL13, anti- thymic stromal lymphopoietin (TSLP) and more, and severe asthma is currently managed in personalized medicine approach. However, there is still an unmet need to discover new, clinically available biomarkers and targeted therapies for a l...

Psychological functioning and quality of life in patients with mastocytosis: a cross-sectional study.

Investigation of the relationship between IL-6 and type 2 biomarkers in severe asthma.

Combination of IL-6 (non-Type 2 asthma) and FeNO or blood eosinophil count (Type 2 asthma) identified asthma endotypes related to asthma severity, exacerbations, and responsiveness to corticosteroids and potential for response to anti-Type 2 and anti-IL-6 treatment.

Impact of Atopic Dermatitis Treatment on Child/Parent Sleep, Daytime Functioning, and Quality of Life.

RAPP-children: a new tool for assessing quality of life in patients with asthma and rhinitis.

RhinAsthma Patient Perspective (RAPP) is a short, validated questionnaire for assessing health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in adult patients with comorbid asthma and rhinitis, while a paediatric version is still not available.

The Influence of Self-Assessment of Asthma Control on the Asthma Control Test Outcome.

The Asthma Control Test (ACT) consists of five items, one of which is self-assessment of asthma control. The goal of this study was to compare the responses to the first four ACT items with the response to the fifth item and determine whether this response affects the final ACT score.

Turkish adaptation of quality of life questionnaire for children with hearing loss and the assesment of the effects of hearing loss on quality of life among children aged 7-12.

Monitoring the effects of Hearing Loss on Quality of Life, which is frequently seen on children and causes inefficiency in speech, education, and social development, is not only important for listening skills, using hearing devices, and linguistic and speech skills but also important for the treatment. And, if no treatment possible, then it is also critical for rehabilitation with different equipment. By making use of the Quality of Life Questionnaire, developed by Streufert at University of Washington in 2...


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