Tables and Figures
1. Global Asthma Network
2. What is Asthma?
3. Global Burden of Disease due to Asthma
4. Hospital Admissions for Asthma
Figure 3. Schematic representation of long-term time trends in self-reported asthma prevalence, hospital admission rates and mortality rates for asthma among children in high-income countries (some European countries, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore).
Figure 4. Annual change in hospital admission rates for childhood asthma (ages 5-14) in countries with one or more ISAAC centres providing prevalence data for both ISAAC Phase One (1993-5) and ISAAC Phase Three (2001-3), by change in prevalence of nocturnal wheezing among 13-14-year-olds.
5. Asthma Mortality
6. The Economic Burden of Asthma
Figure. Success of a national asthma strategy: overall annual costs of asthma care at the societal level in Finland from 1987 to 2013; the national asthma program began in 1994. Monetary values are in euros (€).
7. Factors Affecting AsthmaFigure. Effects of individual-level exposures on wheeze in the last 12 months Mixed logistic regression models with random intercepts at the school, centre and country levels.
8. Cost-effectiveness of Asthma Management using Inhaled Corticosteroids
9. Spacers for Asthma and Wheezing in Children
10. Achieving Access to Affordable, Quality-Assured, Essential Asthma Medicines
11. Asthma Management in Low-Income Countries
12. Asthma in regions: Country reports from Africa
Table. Prevalence of current symptoms of asthma (12 month prevalence rate of wheeze) by centre in South Africa in 6 – 7 year and 13 – 14 year age groups as measured on the International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood (ISAAC) Phases 1 and 3."/>
Africa-tailored spirometry training course:
13. Asthma in regions: Country reports from Asia and India
14. Asthma in regions: Country reports from Latin America
16. Asthma as an NCD PriorityTable. Actions required to ensure asthma becomes a global priority
17. Asthma and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals 2030
Tables and Figures in Appendices
Table. Prevalence of current symptoms of asthma by world region in 6 – 7 year and 13 – 14 year age groups as measured in the International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood (ISAAC) Phase Three.