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Featured article: Is asthma in the elderly different? Functional and clinical characteristics of asthma in individuals aged 65 years and older

thodonal / stock.adobe.comThe prevalence of chronic diseases in the elderly (> 65 years), including asthma, is growing, yet information available on asthma in this population is scarce. Curto et al conducted a retrospective comparative descriptive study to determine the differential clinical and functional characteristics of the population > 65 years old with asthma.

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Asthma Research and Practice publishes cutting edge basic, clinical and translational research in addition to hot topic reviews and debate articles relevant to asthma and related disorders (such as rhinitis, COPD overlapping syndrome, sinusitis). The journal has a specialized section which focusses on pediatric asthma research.

Asthma Research and Practice aims to serve as an international platform for the dissemination of research of interest to pulmonologists, allergologists, primary care physicians and family doctors, ENTs and other health care providers interested in asthma, its mechanisms and comorbidities.

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Professor Fulvio Braido

Dr Braido is the Head of Outpatient Clinics and Day Hospital Service at Allergy and Respiratory Disease Department, University of Genoa. He is also Professor of Respiratory Disease at the School of Medicine, University of Genoa and Professor at the Speciality School of Respiratory Diseases of Genoa. He is a member of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology and a reviewer and editorial board member of several reputed journals in the field of allergy and respiratory diseases

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