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|Title:||Commentary on Rydström I, Dalheim-Englund A-C, Holritz-Rasmussen B, Möller C & Sandman P-O (2005) Asthma – quality of life for Swedish children. Journal of Clinical Nursing 14, 739–749|
|Author(s):||Ring, Nicola A|
quality of life
Nursing Social aspects
Patient Care Management methods
|Citation:||Ring NA & Malcolm C (2007) Commentary on Rydström I, Dalheim-Englund A-C, Holritz-Rasmussen B, Möller C & Sandman P-O (2005) Asthma – quality of life for Swedish children. Journal of Clinical Nursing 14, 739–749. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 16 (9), pp. 1766-1768. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2702.2006.01607.x|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: Asthma is a major chronic health problem internationally (Masoli et al. 2004). This paper by Rydstrom et al. (2005) is useful in helping nurses to understand better the full impact of asthma on the lives of their patients as it investigates quality of life in three domains: symptoms, restricted activity and emotions including fear and anxiety.|
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