Asthma severity in children and the quality of life of their parents
This study examines the effect of asthma severity of children aged 7–17 years and sociodemographic characteristics on the caregiver's quality of life. For parents of asthmatic children, there was a negative correlation between overall asthma severity and quality-of-life score. Measuring parental quality of life enables the development of effective asthma programs.
Community-Based Research | Community Health | Nursing | Public Health
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Cerdan, N. S.,
Alpert, P. T.,
Cyrkiel, D. J.,
Asthma severity in children and the quality of life of their parents.
Applied Nursing Research, 25(3),