1. Fowler, Christopher RN, CS-ACNP, CCRN, MSN


Managing exercise-induced asthma is a challenge for the patient and the clinician. As the incidence of exercise-induced asthma increases, health care providers need effective protocols to diagnose and treat these patients in outpatient settings. This article discusses the incidence, risk factors, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of exercise-induced asthma. Both traditional and new methods of disease diagnosis and treatment in the outpatient setting are explored.