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Patients’ knowledge and perception of therapy, declared behaviours toward inhaled corticosteroids – preliminary results from a community pharmacists study

  • At: 2008 FIP Congress in Basel (Switzerland)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: ADENOT, Isabelle (CNOP, Paris, France)
  • Co-author(s): VIGOT, françois (CNOP, PARIS, France)
    Laforest, L (Pharmacoepidemiology Unit, CHU-Lyon, Lyon 1 University, Hôpital Pierre Wertheime, France)
    Van Ganse, E (Pharmacoepidemiology Unit, CHU-Lyon, Lyon 1 University, Hôpital Pierre Wertheime, France)
    Ritleng, C (Pharmacoepidemiology Unit, CHU-Lyon, Lyon 1 University, Hôpital Pierre Wertheime, France)
    Désamericq, G (Pharmacoepidemiology Unit, CHU-Lyon, Lyon 1 University, Hôpital Pierre Wertheime, France)
    Osman, LM (Nuffield Department of Medicine, Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom)
    Hoang Thy, N (Pharmacoepidemiology Unit, CHU-Lyon, Lyon 1 University, Hôpital Pierre Wertheime, France)
    Chamba, G (Pharmakeion, Lyon, France)
    Chamba, G (Pharmakeion, Lyon, France)
  • Abstract:

    Background: Asthma patients’ control remains poor, mainly because of an inadequate adherence to inhaled corticosteroids (!CS). Besides, patients’ perception and understanding of asthma therapy are critical to improve disease management. A study was conducted to assess the impact of an intervention by Community-Pharmacists in asthma patients,..

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Last update 4 October 2019

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