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Asthma in pregnancy is a health issue of great concern. Physiological changes and drug compliance during pregnancy can affect asthma control in varying degrees, and the control level of asthma and the side effects of asthma medications are closely related to the adverse perinatal outcomes of mother and fetus. This article provides an update on the available literature regarding the alleviating or aggravating mechanism of asthma in pregnancy, diagnosis, disease assessment, and systematic management, to provide a new guidance for physician, obstetric joint doctor, and health care practitioner. When assessing the condition of pregnant women suffering from bronchial asthma, the study of external respiration function, which objectively demonstrates the degree of impairment of the bronchopulmonary apparatus, is of great importance.


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Parvizi, N. I., & D. E., N. (2024). EXTERNAL RESPIRATORY FUNCTION IN PREGNANT WOMEN WITH BRONCHIAL ASTHMA. Central Asian Journal of Medical and Natural Science, 5(1), 478-480.


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