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Topic "Asthma" in Arabic - total 17 documents

Title: 4 steps of asthma first aid
Summary: A poster - 4 steps of asthma first aid

Title: Asthma
Summary: A consumer factsheet for use by hospital emergency departments about asthma. Asthma cannot be cured, but with good management people with asthma can lead normal, active lives.

Title: Asthma & Allergy
Summary: Due to the close link between asthma and allergy, it can be more difficult to manage your asthma if your allergies are not managed well also. Our guide shows you management and treatment options for for those living with asthma and allergies

Title: Asthma & Complementary Therapies
Summary: A complementary therapy is any healing practice that is not considered to be part of conventional (mainstream) medicine. Complementary therapies, however, may be used alongside conventional care. This guide outlines the use of complementary therapies for those living with asthma.

Title: Asthma & Healthy Living
Summary: A guide to healthy habits and lifestyle choices for people with asthma.

Title: Asthma & Lung Function Tests
Summary: If you have asthma, or are suspected to have it, you will need to have lung function (breathing) tests. These tests check how well your lungs are working and how asthma affects your breathing. Two types of breathing tests are used for asthma – spirometry and peak flow measurement.

Title: Asthma & Wheezing in the First years of Life
Summary: Our guide for parents and those caring for babies and preschoolers explains these differences and gives advice about the best ways to manage asthma and wheezing.

Title: Asthma and older adults
Summary: Asthma symptoms can be worrying and have a major impact on your life. But, the good news is they can be prevented and managed. You just need to understand what asthma is, what makes your symptoms get worse, and how you can control your asthma.

Title: Children's Asthma Resource Pack for Parents and Carers
Summary: This resource pack has been designed, using current and best practice asthma information, to help you manage your child's asthma. The information is for educational purposes only and does not replace individual medical advice.

Title: COPD Information Pack
Summary: Information Pack on COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease). Please note that some of the phone numbers in this brochure may have changed and they are for NSW residents only

Title: Emergency Department - Asthma Action Plan Patient Factsheets
Summary: Action plan for asthma

Title: I Have Asthma
Summary: An educational colouring in book that explains what asthma is to children 4 to 8 years old.

Title: National Asthma Council Australia Asthma Action Plan
Summary: Many written asthma action plans are available, as different action plans suit different people. The asthma action plan chosen should be appropriate for the person’s age, educational status, language and culture.

Title: Protect yourself from thunderstorm asthma
Summary: A poster - Protect yourself from thunderstorm asthma

Title: Symbicort SMART Asthma Action Plan - Rapihaler only
Summary: This asthma action plan is specifically for patients using the combination medication Symbicort (budesonide and eformoterol) maintenance and reliever therapy (SMART). Note Symbicort is not recommended for use in Australia in children under 12 years.

Title: Symbicort SMART Asthma Action Plan - Turbuhaler only
Summary: This asthma action plan is specifically for patients using the combination medication Symbicort (budesonide and eformoterol) maintenance and reliever therapy (SMART). Note Symbicort is not recommended for use in Australia in children under 12 years.

Title: Thunderstorm asthma
Summary: Thunderstorm asthma is mostly triggered by an uncommon type of thunderstorm that causes grass pollen grains to be swept up into the clouds as a storm forms during grass pollen season. When they absorb moisture, the pollen grains burst open and release large amounts of small allergen particles. These particles are so small that they can be breathed deeply into the lungs. In some people this will cause the lungs to become irritated. Irritation can cause swelling, narrowing and extra mucus production in the small airways in the lung. This makes it difficult to breathe and can result in asthma symptoms such as wheezing, chest tightness and coughing. These asthma symptoms may become severe very quickly. Not all thunderstorms in pollen seasons result in thunderstorm asthma.

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