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Asthma kills 1 Brazilian every 4 hours.  Know why many do not control crises?  - newspaper O Sul

Asthma kills 1 Brazilian every 4 hours. Know why many do not control crises? – newspaper O Sul

Per The South Newsroom | September 18, 2022 Nine out of 10 asthma patients do not have the disease under control. (Photo: Reproduction) 🔊 Listen to this news by clicking here A Brazilian dies from asthma approximately every 4 hours, according to data from the Ministry of Health from 2018 to 2020. The average was …

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Asthma kills 1 Brazilian every 4 hours: why do many not control crises?

Nine out of 10 patients with asthma do not have the disease under control, but more serious conditions are preventable with adequate and continuous treatment. In the intense traffic of São Paulo, a middle-aged man was trying to cross the city when shortness of breath began to take over his body. It was an asthma …

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Asthma kills 1 Brazilian every 4 hours: why so many cannot control crises?  - BBC News Brazil

Asthma kills 1 Brazilian every 4 hours: why so many cannot control crises? – BBC News Brazil

Giulia Granchi From BBC News Brazil in Sao Paulo 17 September 2022 Credit, hsyncoban/Getty Images In the intense traffic of São Paulo, a middle-aged man was trying to cross the city when shortness of breath began to take over his body. It was an asthma attack. Without the meds in the car, he died a …

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Asthma kills 1 Brazilian every 4 hours: why do many not control crises?

Nine out of 10 patients with asthma do not have the disease under control, but more serious conditions are preventable with adequate and continuous treatment. In the heavy traffic of São Paulo, a middle-aged man was trying to cross the city when the shortness of breath began to take over his body. It was an …

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