G E Hardie
Affiliation: University of California
- Ethnic differences: word descriptors used by African-American and white asthma patients during induced bronchoconstrictionG E Hardie
University of California San Francisco, School of Nursing and Department of Medicine, San Francisco, CA, USA
Chest 117:935-43. 2000..To determine if African-American and white patients with asthma (1) differ in the words they use to describe their breathlessness, and (2) differ in their perception of breathlessness...
- Understanding how asthmatics perceive symptom distress during a methacholine challengeGrace E Hardie
Department of Nursing, The University of California at San Francisco, USA
J Asthma 39:611-8. 2002..This finding suggests that those subjects, the 44% who failed to associate a change in their symptoms with increased airflow obstruction, may be at risk for life-threatening episodes...
- End-of-life care content in 50 textbooks from multiple specialtiesM W Rabow
Division of General Internal Medicine, University of California, San Francisco 94115, USA
JAMA 283:771-8. 2000..No broad study of end-of-life care content analysis has been performed on textbooks across a wide range of medical, pediatric, psychiatric, and surgical specialties...
- Adrenergic responsiveness: FEV1 and symptom differences in Whites and African Americans with mild asthmaGrace E Hardie
San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California 94132, USA
J Asthma 44:621-8. 2007..Word descriptors by African Americans' are a more reliable measure of airway symptoms compared to FEV1, Borg or VAS...