Asthma awareness programme  held

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Asthma awareness programme  held

 

Panchkula, May 6: To mark World Asthma  Day, an awareness  programme  followed by a CME was be held at District Civil Hospital, Panchkula on Monday. The program was organized in association of Alchemist Hospital, Panchkula.

Addressing CME, Dr Vishal Sharma, consultant-pulmonary medicine said that there are new medicines and devices which deliver the drugs directly and consistently to lungs and thereby offering complete control of the disease. Thus one should not stop medicines and visit doctor regularly to eradicate asthma completely.

Asthma awareness programme  held

Controlling current status of asthma all around the world is very necessary as it has become the responsibility of all the medical professionals and not only the patients. Asthma management requires collaborative efforts of the patients, asthma carers, health professionals, community health groups and other health care systems globally, Dr Vishal maintained.

Asthma awareness programme  held

During occasion, Dr Rajesh Raju MD, Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases and SMO District Civil Hospital, Panchkula spoke about importance of symptoms evaluation, rest response, observe and assess, proceed (STOP) to adjust treatment.

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