Dr Arslan Asad, Dr. Minahil Adil, Dr Ayesha Shaukat
Introduction: Asthma is a major public health problem, and its prevalence has been increasing in recent decades in some parts of the world, despite advances in the pathophysiology and treatment of this condition. We aimed to evaluate the role of an asthma education program in the control of asthma in our inner city patient population and asthma education and its effect on hospitalization. Methodology of the study: This study was conducted at Jinnah Hospital OPD during 2017 with the permission of ethical committee of hospital. For this purpose of study we select the 60 outdoor patients who was suffering from asthma. These selected peoples belong to different age group and patients of both genders were selected for this study. Those patients who was suffering from asthma form at least 18 weeks were considered eligible for this study. Results: In this study, we found that an extensive asthma instruction program in an inward city asthmatic gathering diminished doctor's facility and ER use and enhanced asthma control as surveyed by the ACT score. As far as anyone is concerned, this is one of the main examinations utilizing a short instruction session joined to that day center visit. Conclusion: In the administration of asthma, execution of a solitary grown-up asthma training session as a component of doctor visit positively affected asthma control and healthcare usage. We propose that models like this could be effectively created in a socially distraught population.