TAKE THE TEST TO SEE IF YOUR ASTHMA IS UNDER CONTROL
Well-controlled asthma is the goal of treatment. Tests are available to find out whether your asthma or your child’s asthma is under control.1
WHAT IS WELL-CONTROLLED ASTHMA?
Your asthma is well controlled when you experience very few symptoms throughout the day and night, can do all your usual activities and the risk of future flare-ups is low.2,3
The Asthma-Control Test (for ages 12 and above) is a quick test to determine a person’s level of asthma control.1
CHILDHOOD ASTHMA-CONTROL TEST
The Childhood Asthma-Control Test (for ages 4 to 11) is a short test to find out your child’s level of asthma control.1
- Bime C, et al. Curr Opin Pulm Med. 2012;18(1):48–56.
- American Lung Association. Assess and monitor your asthma control, 2022. Available at: https://www.lung.org/lung-health-diseases/lung-disease-lookup/asthma/managing-asthma/asthma-control. Accessed December 2022.
- Severe Asthma Toolkit. Severe asthma definition, 2022. Available at: https://toolkit.severeasthma.org.au/severe-asthma/definition/. Accessed December 2022.
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NP-SG-ASU-WCNT-230003. April 2023.