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vol 15. no 1. March 2010  
 TABLE OF CONTENT

 Postgraduate education
The treatment of bronchial asthma in children
Joanna Jaworska, Joanna Lange, Marek Kulus

Bronchial asthma is an inflammatory disease of respiratory system.
Despite the fact that it is the most common chronic disorder of childhood,
the diagnosis and management of bronchial asthma, especially
in the youngest children, remain a challenge for pediatricians. Unfortunately,
the evidence base of numerous aspects of pediatric asthma,
including therapeutic strategies, is limited due to a relatively small
amount of reliable trials in the youngest age groups. As a result, during
the last few years, the world scientific boards dealing with this
issue, have worked out reports containing the summary of current
knowledge and guidelines. They were based on the available publications,
extrapolated data from trials conducted in older children and
adults, and on experts’ opinions. This paper summarizes the principles
of pediatric asthma treatment based on: the newest report of
Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA 2009), PRACTALL consensus report
(2008) and the report of American experts – EPR3 (2007). The stand
of Pediatric Section of Polish Allergy Society was also considered.

keywords: astma oskrzelowa, GINA, PRACTALL, EPR3, bronchial asthma, GINA, PRACTALL, EPR3

pages: from 5 to 18



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