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Asthma in special circumstances 

Asthma in special circumstances
Asthma in special circumstances

Pratheega Mahendra

, John F.W. Baker

, and Graeme P. Currie

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date: 23 June 2021

During pregnancy, the clinical control of asthma is said to improve in one-third, remain the same in one-third and deteriorate in one-third

The general principles of asthma management are the same in pregnant as in non-pregnant women

Drugs used in the management of acute and chronic asthma are generally safe for use in pregnancy...

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