FeNO testing in primary care – it’s time for action

Diagnosing asthma can be challenging, but FeNO testing is paving the way to more accurate diagnoses and a better understanding of treatments that may work. Here, I explain why it is crucial primary care clinicians use it when indicated to help reduce inappropriate prescribing and avoidable harm.
FeNO testing in primary care – it’s time for action

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