Model shows potential for better asthma care in pregnancy

Pregnant women suffering from asthma could better manage the condition if additional integrated care involving education and monitoring was introduced in Australian hospitals, a new study has found.

In research published on Friday in the repiratory journal CHEST, researchers at Monash University found a significant improvement in asthma control among pregnant women receiving pharmacist-led mode of care for asthma management in conjunction with GP follow-up.

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