Fast Five Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Severe Allergic Asthma?

Zab Mosenifar, MD


October 18, 2019

Needing oral systemic corticosteroids two or more times per year is a sign of very poorly controlled asthma.

Other signs of very poorly controlled asthma include but are not limited to: FEV1 or peak flow < 60% predicted/personal best, experiencing symptoms throughout the day, and waking up at night at least four times per week.

Get more information on assessing asthma control here.


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