Apr 222011

Adolescents randomized to the ASMA school-based intervention (education and self-assessment tools for kids & their providers) had better control of their asthma on multiple hard and soft outcome measures, compared to kids getting usual care, Bruzzese et al report. (n=345).AJRCCM 2011;183:998-1006.

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Educational intervention improved asthma control in adolescents