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Written action plans for asthma: an evidence-based review of the key components
  1. Correspondence to:
    Dr P G Gibson
    Hunter Medical Research Institute, Department of Respiratory and Sleep Medicine, John Hunter Hospital, Locked Bag #1, Hunter Region Mail Centre, NSW 2310 Australia; mdpggmail.newcastle.edu.au
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Gibson PG, Powell H
Written action plans for asthma: an evidence-based review of the key components

Publication history

  • Received June 22, 2003
  • Accepted October 8, 2003
  • First published February 3, 2004.
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February 03, 2004
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      Figure S1 A comparison of the effects of personal best PEF vs % predicted action points on hospitalisations for asthma
      Figure S2 A comparison of the effects of personal best PEF vs % predicted action points on ER visits for asthma
      Figure S3 A comparison of the effects of personal best PEF vs % predicted action points on days off work for asthma
      Figure S4 A comparison of the effects of personal best PEF vs % predicted action points on PEF (mean) for asthma
      Figure S5 A comparison of the number of action points in written action plans on the outcome of hospitalisations
      Figure S6 A comparison of the number of action points in written action plans on the outcome of ER visits
      Figure S7 A comparison of the number of action points in written action plans on the outcome of PEF (mean)
      Figure S8 A comparison of action plan presentations (traffic light vs other) on the outcome hospitalisations
      Figure S9 A comparison of action plan presentations (traffic light vs other) on the outcome ER visits
      Figure S10 A comparison of action plan presentations (traffic light vs other) on the outcome unscheduled Dr visits
      Figure S11 The efficacy of action plan treatments using ICS and OCS based plans on hospitalisations
      Figure S12 The efficacy of action plan treatments using ICS and OCS based plans on ER Visits
      Figure S13 The efficacy of action plan treatments using ICS and OCS based plans on FEV1 (mean)
      Figure S14 The efficacy of action plan treatments using ICS and OCS based plans on PEF (mean)
    • [View PDF] - Table S1 Outcome comparisons for action points based on % predicted or personal
    • [View PDF] - Table S2 Outcome comparisons for number of action points
    • [View PDF] - Table S3 Outcome comparisons for �traffic light� configuration of action plans
    • [View PDF] - Table S4 Outcome comparisons for corticosteroids

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