Asthma control in Canada remains suboptimal: The reality of asthma control (TRAC) study

  • FitzGerald J
  • Boulet L
  • Mclvor R
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BACKGROUND: Two Canadian studies showed that 55% of patients with asthma had daily symptoms (in 1996) and that 57% of patients suffered from poorly controlled asthma (in 1999).

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  • Adults
  • Antiasthmatic agents
  • Canada
  • Health surveys
  • Self care

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  • J. Mark FitzGerald

  • Louis Philippe Boulet

  • R. Andrew Mclvor

  • Sabrina Zimmerman

  • Kenneth R. Chapman

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