A comparative bronchodilator study of salbutamol and salbutamol sulphate that were administered by metereddose inhalers

Ruffin, R.E.; Latimer, K.M.; Crockett, A.J.; Blight, M.M.

Medical Journal of Australia 150(5): 274-277

1989


ISSN/ISBN: 0025-729X
DOI: 10.5694/j.1326-5377.1989.tb136462.x
Accession: 070321946

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Abstract
This article reports on the use of the Nottingham health profile (which was developed in the United Kingdom as a valid and reliable indicator of perceived health status) in a community-health survey in Noarlunga, an outer suburban area of Adelaide. The instrument appears valid for use with an Australian population. It was used in Noarlunga to demonstrate a correlation between health status and a range of social and economic variables. The uses of the Nottingham health profile in health-services planning are discussed.