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Utilize updated GOLD Guidelines in clinical practice when caring for patients with COPD
Continually assess, risk-stratify and monitor chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients
Indicate how often you CURRENTLY use each of the following clinical practice strategies for your patients with COPD.
*1 = Never, 2 = Not often, 3 = Sometimes, 4 = Often, 5 = Always, N/A = Not applicable to me
Manage persistent respiratory symptoms and airflow limitations to better diagnose patients with COPD
Apply recent clinical trial data, including LAMA and LAMA/LABA bronchodilators in clinical practice
Utilize the healthcare team to develop patient specific treatment plans to improve respiratory symptoms and airflow in patients with COPD
1. According to the MRC Breathlessness Scale, which grade is a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patient who is short of breath when hurrying on level ground or walking up a slight hill?
2. According to the GOLD Guidelines, up to what percentage of patients did not know how to use their inhaler well enough to benefit from prescribed medications?
3. Which of the following is not true of the results of the Withdrawal of Inhaled Steroids during Optimized Bronchodilator Management (WISDOM) Trial, a 12-month comparison study of study LABA/LAMA versus LABA/ICS/LAMA in patients with severe COPD and multiple exacerbations?
4. A recent analysis of the SPIROMICS Cohort for the alignment of COPD medication use patterns with Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (GOLD) Guidelines revealed the highest percentage of patients receiving no treatment in which of the below subsets?
5. All of the following are core components of a COPD care model that are linked to patient engagement/empowerment, except: