Know Your Asthma Symptoms!

According to the CDC, 8.6% of children in the U.S. (6.3 million) suffer from asthma. Emergency room visits from young children suffering an asthma attack can make up to one fifth of all the visits. This infographic will help others to understand what is going on inside the body during an asthma attack, and how this looks as a symptom at different levels of severity. There are mild symptoms and severe ones – learning the difference can be crucial when identifying a symptom. How can you tell when an asthma symptom is life-threatening, and what should you do after learning this information? What can you do in the future to lower the risk of a severe asthma attack, and are there resources you can use to learn? This infographic was made as a patient education tool for pediatric clinics, and for anyone else seeking to learn more about asthma.Asthma Symptom
Infographic Source: http://wizdygames.com/img/AsthmaSymptomInfographic.png

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