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If the patient exhibits signs of the Persistent-Mild step of asthma,
Patients classified as Intermittent Severity asthma
Patients that experience some limitation with their normal daily activities as a result of their asthma, and their lung function includes an FEV1 > 60% but < 80% of predicted are classified as
The severity of asthma is based upon impairment and risk. Impairment includes all of the following EXCEPT
A patient classified with Persistent-Severe asthma
Why is it important to categorize patients with regard to their asthma severity?