volume 20, issue 1, P29-38 1999
DOI: 10.2500/108854199778681521
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Abstract: It has been recommended that allergist-immunologists use quality of life (QOL) surveys to document their "added value" in patient care. There are little cross-sectional or prospective data regarding longer term follow-up of patients using QOL assessments and none associated with prospective use of an asthma severity index (ASI). Our objective was to identify clinical and psychological correlates of adverse asthma outcomes as assessed using the ASI survey. A 12 item QOL and a nine item ASI survey, spirometry, a…

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