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Several Factors Can Affect Length of Child’s Hospital Stay After an Asthma Attack

AAFA Community Services ·
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America is sharing this press release from the 2017 ACAAI Scientific Annual Meeting to bring you the latest research news quickly. [PRESS RELEASE] Eczema Plus Family History Can Mean a Longer Hospital Stay for Kids with Asthma Study finds number of allergies don’t necessarily affect length of hospital stay. BOSTON, MA (October 27, 2017) – Asthma and allergies are related, and many people who suffer from asthma have allergies that trigger their asthma.
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Study Shows How One Hospital Ensured Children Went Home with Asthma Medicine

AAFA Community Services ·
What health issue did the study examine? Families who leave a hospital with prescriptions for asthma medicine sometimes do not fill them. That can cause return trips to the emergency room for treatment. What do we know about this issue so far? Some families have trouble filling prescriptions after a hospital visit because of a lack of transportation, time or health insurance. Some hospitals have given patients medicine before they leave in an effort to reduce the number of return visits and...
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Re: Several Factors Can Affect Length of Child’s Hospital Stay After an Asthma Attack

Teri G ·
this topic title gave me anxiety! I couldn't even read the content!
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Re: Several Factors Can Affect Length of Child’s Hospital Stay After an Asthma Attack

Katie D ·
Hi Teri and welcome Do you manage asthma or is it your grandchild (as mentioned in your other reply)?
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Re: Several Factors Can Affect Length of Child’s Hospital Stay After an Asthma Attack

Teri G ·
@Katie D my grand-daughter. We had a scare with this this past year so this was scary to read!
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AAFA and Rabbit Air Team Up to Help At-Risk Children With Asthma

AAFA Community Services ·
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) and Rabbit Air have teamed up to help children in San Diego, California, and St. Louis, Missouri, have better indoor air quality to improve asthma management. AAFA is currently working with Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego. We are helping them grow and expand their severe asthma clinic by providing funding, education support, and building their community network. AAFA staff meet with members of the Rady Children’s severe asthma clinic...
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