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Asma

Asma

El asma es considerado un trastorno respiratorio crónico que requiere el cuidado clínico de un médico o de otro profesional de la salud. En el directorio que aparece a continuación encontrará información adicional acerca del asma, sobre la cual le proporcionamos una breve descripción.

Todo Sobre el Asma

Los Desencadenantes de los Ataques de Asma

Cómo Evitar los Desencadenantes del Asma

Durante un Ataque de Asma

Los Medidores de Flujo Máximo, Oxímetros, Espirómetros

Los Niveles del Asma

Control y Tratamiento del Asma

Medicamentos para el Asma

Tratamientos con Nebulizadores Portátiles

El Asma y los Niños

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