Accodring To Gina Guidelines What Are 1 Through 6 Treating

The text discusses the importance of identifying and treating modifiable risk factors in minimizing exacerbation risk in asthma. This includes optimizing asthma medications and providing non-pharmacological strategies such as physical activity and education to address risk factors like smoking and incorrect inhaler technique. Treatment adjustments may also be necessary in some cases.

The GINA guidelines recommend treating modifiable risk factors by:

  1. Optimizing asthma medications
  2. Non-pharmacological strategies such as physical activity
  3. Non-pharmacological strategies such as educational interventions
  4. Addressing risk factors like smoking
  5. Addressing risk factors like incorrect inhaler technique
  6. Making treatment adjustments when necessary
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