Description: The Severe and Difficult to Control Asthma Referral Tool is intended to help healthcare practitioners determine whether patients require an asthma referral based on medication, control, and Canadian Thoracic Society Asthma Control criteria.
Description: The Lung Health Foundation’s Respiratory Medications Reference provides a comprehensive overview of various respiratory medications for clinicians. It offers information on drugs based upon purpose, minimum age, maximum daily dose, and other indicators.
Description: The Asthma Diagnosis and Management Algorithm for Primary Care is a tool that provides clinicians with an easy-to-use flow chart to diagnose and manage asthma. It is suitable for all ages.
Description: The Asthma Care Map for Primary Care: Initial Assessment is a guide for a comprehensive assessment of asthma that clinicians can use to guide their initial visits with patients.
Description: The Asthma Care Map for Primary Care: Follow-Up Assessment is a guide for a comprehensive assessment of asthma that clinicians can use to guide their follow-up visits with patients.
Description: The Asthma Action Plan Yellow Zone Formulation Table is a tool developed for adults ages 16 years and older. It provides clinicians with best practice recommendations for how to adjust medication when a patient is experiencing worsening asthma.
Description: The Adult Asthma Action Plan (16+ years) is an e-fillable self-management tool where patients can develop their own asthma action plan, in consultation with their healthcare provider. It also offers recommendations for how patients can get the most out of their visits with their healthcare providers.