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Health Information > Pediatric Condition Information > Pediatric Asthma > Asthma Wizard > English Wizard > When Do You Use Your Peak Flow Meter?
Select a Chapter--------------------Chapter 1: Meet the Asthma WizardChapter 2: What is Asthma?Chapter 3: Can you Catch Asthma?Chapter 4: Early Warning SignsChapter 5: Asthma SymptomsChapter 6: What makes Asthma Worse?Chapter 7: What is a Peak Flow Meter?Chapter 8: How to use a Peak Flow MeterChapter 9: What are Peak Flow Zones?Chapter 10: Asthma MedicinesChapter 11: How Asthma WorksChapter 12: Taking Asthma MedicineChapter 13: An Asthma AttackChapter 14: Tina goes to a PartyChapter 15: Colds and AsthmaChapter 16: What Can Kids With Asthma Do?Chapter 17: Do you know what happens when you smoke?Chapter 18: Why the Wizard Does Not SmokeChapter 19: Winter HolidaysChapter 20: Going to SchoolThe Wizard's DictionaryThe Wizard's Email--------------------The Allergy Wizard
Hannah uses her peak flow meter every morning and evening. This helps her see how well she is breathing.
At National Jewish Health, we offer a range of treatment programs to meet the specific needs of patients with mild to severe asthma.
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