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Quality assurance in the Care of Pediatrics Patients with Asthma; Management of Pediatric Asthma

Mary A. Nevin, MD
Attending Physician, Pulmonary Medicine; Physician Director, Continuing Medical Education, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago; Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Disclosure: Mary Nevin has no industry relationships to disclose and does not refer to products that are still investigational or not labeled for use in the context of this discussion.

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Educational objectives

Explore current treatment recommendations, and develop a long-term management plan for children with various degrees of asthma severity to improve effectiveness of clinical judgment:

  • Review the presenting symptoms and signs of asthma
  • Discuss the diagnostic approach to a patient with asthma
  • Review the most recent NHLBI treatment recommendations for patients with asthma
  • Discuss an approach to the long term management of the patient with chronic asthma
  • Discuss controversial topics and parental concerns in the arena of asthma management
  • Peak flow measurements – pros and conso Special considerations in pediatric asthmao Children with intermittent symptoms of moderate to severe severity
  • When to involve a specialist in asthma care

CME credit

Credit statement


Webinar has been pre-recorded. You can watch it on demand below and it will take approximately one hour to complete.

Go to luriechildrens.webex.com

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Accreditation Statement

The Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit Designation Statement

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