10 doctors weighed in:
What is the main difference between prevention and long-term management of asthma?
10 doctors weighed in

Dr. Mark Diamond
Pediatrics
7 doctors agree
In brief: Probably the Same
Prevention and long-term control includes avoiding triggers of asthma, such as allergens, smoking and infections.
Sometimes daily medicines such as inhaled bronchodilators, steroids, or oral leukotriene inhibitors singularly or in combination are necessary to prevent asthma.For this type of therapy, consult your doctor.

In brief: Probably the Same
Prevention and long-term control includes avoiding triggers of asthma, such as allergens, smoking and infections.
Sometimes daily medicines such as inhaled bronchodilators, steroids, or oral leukotriene inhibitors singularly or in combination are necessary to prevent asthma.For this type of therapy, consult your doctor.
Dr. Mark Diamond
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Dr. James Glauber
Prevention refers to things you do before developing the disease. There is no sure ways to prevent asthma. Long-term management refers to things you do once you have asthma to keep it under control. Not smoking or being exposed to it may fall under both headings.
Dr. William Walsh
Addiction Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Not much
The prevention of an attack is one of the main goals of long term therapy for asthma.
Avoiding triggers, minimizing inflammation, and treating allergies (if present), treating reflux, exercise, are all part and parcel of both.

In brief: Not much
The prevention of an attack is one of the main goals of long term therapy for asthma.
Avoiding triggers, minimizing inflammation, and treating allergies (if present), treating reflux, exercise, are all part and parcel of both.
Dr. William Walsh
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