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The First International Symposium on Gastroesophageal Reflux and Respiratory Disorders, Brussels, Belgium April 29–30, 1988 This was the first international meeting of diverse specialists from multiple areas interested in diseases associated with gastroesophageal reflux (GER). A number of impor...
This article focuses on the evolution and assessment of additional self-management programs and strategies following the original development and evaluation of Living with Asthma. In particular, it describes the basis and philosophy underlying a self-management program for adults with asthma. In...
The Asthma Problem Behavior Checklist (APBC) has proved to be an accurate and invaluable instrument for pinpointing potential behavioral problems in children with the disorder. This article presents the Revised Asthma Problem Behavior Checklist (RAPBC). The value of the RAPBC is that: (a) it has...
Strides made in asthma research in recent years allow for a greater understanding of this common disorder. In addition, new drugs have been developed along with new routes of administration which allow for more effective use with fewer adverse reactions. In spite of this increased understanding...
Having served as Associate Editor of the Journal of Asthma for the past three years, I am delighted to take over the reins of Editor with this first issue of 1989. During those years I had the wonderful experience of working with Dino Falliers. It was a time of learning the complexities and...
The Sixth Annual Aspen Conference at the Given Institute in Aspen concentrated on three areas: (1) mechanisms in common allergic diseases, (2) new developments in understanding autoimmune diseases, (3) aspects of immunotoxicology. There were ten state-of-the-art presentations and 15 shorter...
Bronchospasm is a well-recognized complication of general anesthesia. There is therefore a preference for regional anesthesia in those surgical patients suffering from asthma. Regional anesthesia avoids the administration of general anesthetics and intubation of the trachea which may initiate...
Psychologically induced airways changes in asthmatic individuals may be a function of variation in general activation level, not variation in asthma severity. The evidence for this hypothesis derives from work showing that healthy individuals exhibit psychologically induced airways changes...
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