Chronic respiratory disease

March 2010

Up front

Is it all in the act?

Volume 39, No.3, March 2010 Pages 87-87

Carolyn O’Shea

Struggling to breathe is one of the most distressing symptoms to have, or to witness. Treating acute shortness of breath is rewarding for both the patient and the doctor. The patient often takes at least the initial dose of medication under your (or your practice nurse’s) supervision. You know it was taken and taken correctly.

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