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Did you know?  

In Bermuda approximately 9,000

people have asthma, including

1 in 5 children and 1 in 10 adults.

  What is Asthma?

  What is Allergic Rhinitis?

  Why did I get asthma?

  Is your asthma well controlled?

  Asthma triggers & how to avoid them

  Asthma treatments

  Asthma in the Under 5’s

  What to do in an asthma attack

ASTHMA

 

Is your Asthma well controlled?
Yes
No
Do you have asthma symptoms more than twice a week? (cough,wheeze,tight chest)
Yes
No
Do you use your ‘reliever’ blue inhaler more than twice a week?
Yes
No
Do you ever wake at night with asthma?
Yes
No
Do you ever have to restrict activities due to asthma?
If the answer is YES to
ANY OF THESE QUESTIONS,
Get Asthma Education
See your Doctor - Talk to your Pharmacist
Talk to an Asthma Educator

Which inhaler is the

RIGHT ONE?

How to use your

INHALER &

SPACER

(video)

CONTACTS

 

 OPEN AIRWAYS  

 Tracy Nash - 232-0264     nurse@openairways.com

 Liz Boden - 232-0264        liz@openairways.com

 

 DEPT OF HEALTH SCHOOL ASTHMA NURSE

 Deann Trott - 332-8915    djtrott@gov.bm

 

 KEMH ASTHMA/COPD EDUCATION CENTRE

  Debbie Barboza - 239-1652 asthma.centre@bhb.bm