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MSAGR Evaluation

MSAGR

Evaluation of the MSAGR by 500 Clinicians across the country
Presented at the 2001 American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology annual meeting in Orlando, Florida (Abstract Chapman E. Ting S.)

Evaluation of the MSAGR By 500 Clinicians across the country
  1. Do you agree that the MSAGR helps you to classify your patient's asthma severity promptly?
  2. Do you agree that the MSAGR reminds you to inquire of various possible asthma triggers on your asthmatic patients?
  3. Do you agree that the MSAGR helps you to follow Step Therapy Based on Asthma Severity?
  4. Do you agree that the MSAGR reminds you to prescribe the recommended dosages of inhaled steroid for different severity of asthma?
  5. Do you agree that the MSAGR reminds you to educate your patient on inflammatory nature of asthma?
  6. Do you agree that the MSAGR reminds you to teach your patient on Peak Flow Meter, inhaler technique, and to provide asthma action plan?
  7. Do you agree that the MSAGR can enhance your adherence to asthma guidelines in your practice?
  8. Do you agree that the MSAGR should be disseminated to all clinicians in the trenches?
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