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Updated on July 2, 2021

Asthma Control

GINA Assessment of Asthma Control allows you to self-assess your level of control based of these 4 SIMPLE QUESTIONS

In the past 4 weeks, have you had

  • Daytime asthma symptoms more than twice a week?
  • Any night waking due to asthma?
  • Reliever needed for symptoms more than twice a week?
  • Any activity limitation due to asthma?

If you say YES to 0 question, your level of asthma control is WELL-CONTROLLED.

If you say YES to 1-2 questions, your level of asthma control is PARTLY-CONTROLLED.

If you say YES to 3-4 questions, your level of asthma control is UNCONTROLLED.

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