Asthma Action Plan

Your name:

Today’s Date:

Next appt (date/time):

__________________________

__________________________

__________________________

Emergency contact:

Phone:

Phone:

__________________________

__________________________

__________________________

Healthcare provider:

Signature:

Phone:

__________________________

__________________________

__________________________

 

Green zone

My symptoms

What I should do

My medicine

  • No wheezing, coughing, or chest tightness

  • Asthma is not bothering your sleep, work, or school

  • You rarely or never use your quick-relief medicine

Peak flow is:

__________________________

80% to 100% of personal best

  • Keep taking your long-term  controller medicines

  • Take your quick-relief
    medicines as needed

Avoid your asthma triggers (list):

__________________________

__________________________

__________________________

__________________________

__________________________

__________________________

Long-term controllers:

__________________________

Name:

__________________________

Dose:

__________________________

How often:

__________________________

Special instructions:

__________________________

Quick-relief:

__________________________

__________________________

Before exercise:

__________________________

 

Yellow zone

My symptoms

What I should do

My medicine

  • Some wheezing, coughing, or chest tightness

  • When at rest, your breathing is a little faster than normal

  • Asthma symptoms wake you up at night

Peak flow is:

__________________________

50% to 80% of personal best, or
has lessened by at least 15%

You begin to have symptoms of a respiratory infection, if infections trigger your symptoms

  • Keep taking your long-term controller medicines

  • Use your quick-relief medicine

  • If you do not feel better within an hour after using your quick-relief medicine, make sure you know what to do! You might use more medicine or use another medicine.

  • Call your healthcare provider if you are unsure

Continue to take long-term controllers:

__________________________

Name:

__________________________

Dose:

__________________________

How often:

__________________________

Special instructions

__________________________

Name:

__________________________

Dose:

__________________________

How often:

__________________________

Special instructions:

__________________________

Quick-relief:

__________________________

__________________________

If your symptoms don’t go away after 1 hour, take:

__________________________

 

Red zone

My symptoms

What I should do

My medicine

  • Continuous wheezing, coughing, or trouble breathing

  • Trouble walking or talking

  • Asthma symptoms make it hard for you to sleep

Peak flow is:

__________________________

Less than 50% of personal best

  • Use your quick-relief medicines

  • Call your healthcare provider

Call 911 if:

  • It is getting harder to breathe

  • You can’t walk or talk

  • Your lips or fingers look gray or blue

Quick-relief:

__________________________

__________________________

Quick-relief:

__________________________

__________________________

Quick-relief:

__________________________

__________________________



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