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PREVENTION ASTHMA


 You need to know how to prevent or minimize future asthma attacks.

 If your asthma attacks are triggered by an allergic reaction, avoid your triggers as much as possible.

 Keep taking your asthma medications after you are discharged. This is extremely important. Although the symptoms of an acute asthma attack go away after appropriate treatment, asthma itself never goes away.



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