Table 1

Distribution of answers to question 3: ‘If a child with chronic asthma would need continuous treatment with an inhaled corticosteroid which degree of suppression in final height do you feel would be acceptable?’ in n=1156 individuals by groups: A: children and adolescents with asthma aged 9–19 years; B: children and adolescents with chronic conditions other than asthma aged 9–19 years; C: school students aged 9–19 years; D: college students 20–25 years; E: parents to children and adolescents attending a secondary paediatric referral centre; F: parents to healthy school students; and G: paediatricians attending the Danish Society of Paediatrics Annual Meeting 2017

≤1 cm (%)≤2 cm (%)≤3 cm (%)≤5 cm (%)≤10 cm (%)None (%)Total
Group
A20 (13.5)43 (29.1)34 (23.0)32 (21.6)13 (8.8)6 (4.1)146
B23 (25.3)18 (19.8)17 (18.7)15 (16.5)11 (12.1)7 (7.7)90
C22 (8.9)53 (21.4)71 (28.6)79 (31.7)19 (7.7)4 (1.6)246
D12 (11.3)40 (37.7)33 (31.1)16 (15.1)3 (2.8)2 (1.9)123
E73 (25.3)107 (30.1)72 (20.3)66 (18.6)18 (5.10)19 (7.7)337
F8 (5.2)43 (27.9)49 (31.8)38 (24.7)10 (6.5)6 (3.1)155
G1 (1.9)12 (22.2)19 (35.2)15 (27.8)6 (11.1)1 (1.9)59
Total159 (13.8)316 (27.3)295 (25.5)261 (22.6)80 (6.9)45 (3.9)1156 (100)