Asthma Patient Resources and Education
To help patients keep their asthma under control, we spend a good portion of time educating and preparing families. We emphasize the importance of daily asthma management, and prepare patients and families for potential emergency situations.
New Asthma Treatment Guidelines
Developed by asthma experts at UH Rainbow and around the world, these new guideline will improve how medications control symptoms and will make taking these medications simpler.
Asthma Home Management Plan
Learn how to monitor and help manage your child’s asthma by using our home management plan.
Read more about some of the children who have been helped by the asthma program at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital. Despite suffering from asthma, these children and their families have learned to take control of their asthma and manage their symptoms, allowing them to live a full and happy life.
The Science of Health Asthma Blog
Check out our health information articles, covering topics such as asthma myths, childhood allergies and clinical trials for severe asthma.
Every visit, we practice the correct way to take each medication so that you and your child are an expert about the best possible way to take asthma medication. Inhalers must be taken correctly or they will not work. Bring all of your inhalers to each visit so they can be checked by your asthma care team.
Medication side effects from asthma medications are uncommon and usually minor and easily fixed. Our team will spend all of the time you need in person or by phone to address any concerns you may have about your child’s asthma medications.
More information: Instructions for using inhaler with spacer