Learn more about asthma diagnosis, treatment and management by completing the e-learning modules based on asthma clinical cases
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Module 1: From Symptoms to Diagnosis
How confident are you with recognising the symptoms of asthma and diagnosing asthma in your patients?
I don’t feel confident at all
I have limited confidence
I am fairly confident
I am very confident
How important is taking time to diagnose asthma?
Of limited importance
Which of the following are common symptoms associated with asthma?
D. Options A and B
E. Options A and C
Which of the following are common triggers for asthma?
A. Cigarette smoke
C. Sedentary lifestyle
D. Options A and C
E. Options A and B
When using spirometry to assist with the diagnosis of asthma in adults, what does a FEV1/FVC ratio of <70–80% suggest?
A. Airflow is clinically normal
B. Airflow is obstructed
C. Airflow is restricted
FEV1 = forced expiratory volume in 1 second; FVC = forced vital capacity.
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