Spirometry fails to improve quality of life in asthmatic children

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Spirometry fails to improve quality of life in asthmatic children
Spirometry fails to improve quality of life in asthmatic children
The results of two cluster randomised controlled trials in young asthma patients reveal that regular spirometry and medical review do not significantly affect asthma-related quality of life, report Australian researchers. Lead author Michael Abramson (Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria) and colleagues recruited 238 asthma patients aged between 7 and 17 years in two trials, one based in Melbourne and one in South Australia and Tasmania.
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