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|Health-related quality of life, and psychosocial aspects, of asthma
|Adams, Robert John Trenaman
|Dept. of Medicine
|A longitudinal observational study of hospital asthma patients, recruited from two different settings, has been conducted. The results show that failing to look at the patient in the context of their whole life and considering the socio-economic, psychological and attitudes and beliefs of patients, the current reductions in reductions in asthma morbidity and mortality may not continue.
|Thesis (M.D.) -- University of Adelaide, Dept. of Medicine, 1999
|Asthma Social aspects; Asthma Economic aspects; Asthma Risk factors; Medicine, Psychosomatic
|Bibliography: leaves 363-416.
v, 416 leaves
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