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Your Asthma Control is Our Mission

NEVER run Out of Asthma Inhaler Medicine!

NEVER run Out of Asthma Inhaler Medicine!

NEVER run Out of Asthma Inhaler Medicine!

* Finding your inhaler empty when the tightness starts IS NOT A GOOD FEELING!

..You need your rescue inhaler

..When you need it!

..Without it, it is probably a trip to the ER and

..a few days of having messed up breathing.

* Asthmaniac offers $50 doctor visits for inhaler refills and

*sends all orders for prescription medication to the pharmacy of your choice.

 

Asthma is one disease that cannot be controlled without medication.

When your wheezing kicks in, you need a rescue inhaler NOW!

And to keep your wheezing suppressed, you need a controller medication.

Since these medications are so important to keeping you breathing well, I have designed a online ‘clinic’ that makes it possible for you to never run out!

Running out is usually from:

… The discouraging cost of the medicine

…  The discouraging inconvenience of finding a doctor appointment to get the medicine ordered

… The discouraging cost of the doctor appointment.

Well, I have good news!

  1. Albuterol (your usual rescue inhaler) is now generic, and priced as low as $20/inhaler in some pharmacies!
  2. You have already ‘found’ the doctor that will take care of you (that’s me!).
  3. You can ‘see’ me online (on your phone) to get your refill ordered for $50! 

I send your prescriptions electronically to your preferred pharmacy.

That doesn’t matter where you are or where I am.

All electronic.

No paper prescription to lose,

Even better: now that Amazon is in the pharmacy game, there’s a pretty good chance you can get more affordable inhalers delivered right to your door!

Ok, to be sure, getting your asthma under control is not ONLY about getting your inhalers.

But making sure you have your rescue medicine is my First priority.

Affordable

Convenient

Inhaler Refills.

A CORE philosophy of Asthmaniac!

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Asthma Rescue Inhalers Are Crucial in Asthma Control!

* Rescue inhalers are essential * The albuterol in rescue inhalers opens breathing tubes quickly * If it doesn’t quickly improve your breathing, go to the ER * A spacer should be used with all liquid medicine inhalers * Generic albuterol is now available...

Do You Need an Asthma Controller Medication?

* Asthma controllers are medications that “control” the underlying inflammation in your breathing tubes. * Inhaled corticosteroids are the most common type of medicine used for this purpose. * In order for corticosteroids to work, they have to be inhaled...

What is an MDI Spacer and Why Do You Need One?

* A spacer is needed to hold your asthma medicine in a cloud until you can pull it into your lungs with a deep breath.

* If you don’t use a spacer with your asthma medicine, it ends up on tongue and on the walls of your throat where it can’t help your asthma and usually causes a yeast infection.

* Spacers should be used with all of your asthma medicine that comes in a metered dose inhaler (MDI).

* Medicine administered by a dry powder inhaler does not require a spacer since the design of the inhaler stirs and suspends the dry powder particles so they can be inhaled deeply.

Your Asthma Control Is Our Mission

 Same Day Appointments are Available.

720-900-0943

Telemedicine for You!

Asthmaniac Uses ePrescriptions for Your Medicine!

Asthmaniac Uses ePrescriptions for Your Medicine!

Asthmaniac Uses ePrescriptions for Your Medicine!

* Electronic prescriptions mean:

..More accuracy in the order, 

..More convenience for you,

..No paper to lose, and

..It’s FAST!

* Asthmaniac sends all orders for prescription medication to the pharmacy of your choice.

 

Asthma is one disease that cannot be controlled without medication.

When your wheezing kicks in, you need a rescue inhaler NOW!

And to keep your wheezing suppressed, you need a controller medication.

Most asthma patients are sensitive to environment allergens like pollen, dust and smoke.  For them, a trigger control medication protects their airways from ever getting started with narrowing, swelling, and the breathing struggle that follows.

Since these medications are so important to keeping your breathing well, I have designed a clinic that makes prescribing them more efficient.

I send your prescriptions electronically to your preferred pharmacy.

No paper prescription to lose,

And since I send the prescription as part of our scheduled appointments, you can go to the pharmacy with a single goal: pick up your prescribed medication!

Even better: now that Amazon is in the pharmacy game, there’s a pretty good chance you can get more affordable inhalers delivered right to your door!

Asthmaniac is designed to minimize your contact with sick people and make more time for LIFE!

Electronic prescriptions: another key convenience of Asthmaniac!

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Asthma Rescue Inhalers Are Crucial in Asthma Control!

* Rescue inhalers are essential * The albuterol in rescue inhalers opens breathing tubes quickly * If it doesn’t quickly improve your breathing, go to the ER * A spacer should be used with all liquid medicine inhalers * Generic albuterol is now available...

Do You Need an Asthma Controller Medication?

* Asthma controllers are medications that “control” the underlying inflammation in your breathing tubes. * Inhaled corticosteroids are the most common type of medicine used for this purpose. * In order for corticosteroids to work, they have to be inhaled...

What is an MDI Spacer and Why Do You Need One?

* A spacer is needed to hold your asthma medicine in a cloud until you can pull it into your lungs with a deep breath.

* If you don’t use a spacer with your asthma medicine, it ends up on tongue and on the walls of your throat where it can’t help your asthma and usually causes a yeast infection.

* Spacers should be used with all of your asthma medicine that comes in a metered dose inhaler (MDI).

* Medicine administered by a dry powder inhaler does not require a spacer since the design of the inhaler stirs and suspends the dry powder particles so they can be inhaled deeply.

Your Asthma Control Is Our Mission

 Same Day Appointments are Available.

720-900-0943

Telemedicine for You!

Asthma Management Guidelines 2020 Focused Update: What’s In It For You?

Asthma Management Guidelines 2020 Focused Update: What’s In It For You?

Asthma Management Guidelines 2020 Focused Update: What’s In It For You?

* The National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute coordinated this update

* Recommendations were published on December 1, 2020.

* It Focuses on six areas:

….Fractional Exhaled Nitric Oxide Testing

….Indoor Allergen Mitigation

….Intermittent Inhaled Corticosteroids

….Immunotherapy in the Treatment of Allergic Asthma

….Bronchial Thermoplasty

* Only four of these six areas have immediate implications for asthma disease management in primary care.

* I’ll review the recommendations briefly here.

Major Points:

  • These guidelines are not as wide-ranging as those developed and released in 2007.
  • The new recommendations are based on reviews of the scientific literature and the use of the GRADE methodology for assigning a level of certainty (Low, Moderate, or High) for each recommendation.
  • Of the six areas, only numbers 2, 3, 5, & 6 have practical implications for primary asthma care.

 

Indoor Allergens: Pillow covers and mattress bags to seal in allergens are recommended if you have symptoms.  (Moderate Certainty)

Allergy Shots: SCIT (Subcutaneous Immunotherapy) is recommended for adults and children (>5 yr) with mild to moderate allergic asthma as long as they have lab or skin testing data to support the allergy. (Moderate Certainty).

Wheezing in Kids: Children from ages 0-4 yr with recurrent wheezing (3 x /year), triggered by colds and URI’s should have a short course (7-10 days) of inhaled corticosteroid at the onset of a new wheezing episode. (High Certainty).

In ages 4+ with moderate to severe-persistent asthma, a combination inhaler containing formoterol and steroid can be used as both a daily controller and as a rescue medicine. (Moderate to High Certainty).

In ages 12 + with mild persistent asthma, inhaled corticosteroids should be used daily, either along with rescue albuterol or in a combination inhaler that includes  albuterol. (Moderate Certainty).

In age 12 + yr with uncontrolled, persistent asthma, Long Acting Muscarinic Antagonist (LAMA) medicine can be added to Inhaled Corticosteroid (ICS) for better control. (Moderate Certainty).

I have devoted a full page to discuss how these recommendations will affect my asthma care plans in further detail.

If you have questions about asthma management or want to update your asthma action plan and medication prescriptions, grab an appointment and let’s talk!

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Asthma Rescue Inhalers Are Crucial in Asthma Control!

* Rescue inhalers are essential * The albuterol in rescue inhalers opens breathing tubes quickly * If it doesn’t quickly improve your breathing, go to the ER * A spacer should be used with all liquid medicine inhalers * Generic albuterol is now available...

Do You Need an Asthma Controller Medication?

* Asthma controllers are medications that “control” the underlying inflammation in your breathing tubes. * Inhaled corticosteroids are the most common type of medicine used for this purpose. * In order for corticosteroids to work, they have to be inhaled...

What is an MDI Spacer and Why Do You Need One?

* A spacer is needed to hold your asthma medicine in a cloud until you can pull it into your lungs with a deep breath.

* If you don’t use a spacer with your asthma medicine, it ends up on tongue and on the walls of your throat where it can’t help your asthma and usually causes a yeast infection.

* Spacers should be used with all of your asthma medicine that comes in a metered dose inhaler (MDI).

* Medicine administered by a dry powder inhaler does not require a spacer since the design of the inhaler stirs and suspends the dry powder particles so they can be inhaled deeply.

Your Asthma Control Is Our Mission

 Same Day Appointments are Available.

720-900-0943

Telemedicine for You!

Children and Asthma: Different from Adult Asthma?

Children and Asthma: Different from Adult Asthma?

Children and Asthma: Different from Adult Asthma?

* Asthma is present in about 10% of children.

* Asthma in children is diagnosed when your child has recurring episodes of wheezing that are relieved by rescue medicine such as albuterol

* Asthma in children is treated with the same medicines and treatment plans as in adults with adjustments for their size and metabolism.

 

Children have a lot more wheezing than adults.

A simple upper respiratory infection or common cold causes many children to wheeze.

But, a single episode of wheezing while ill doesn’t mean a child has asthma.  A key feature of asthma is the recurrence of wheezing, along with its reversibility by a bronchodilator/inhaler like albuterol.

How many children who wheeze when sick go on to have recurrent wheezing and asthma?  We don’t know for sure.  But we do know that infection with the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) early in childhood is associated with the appearance of asthma.

The bottom line: asthma in children is a very big problem.

In 2016, about 6 million children were diagnosed with asthma.  That makes it  the most common chronic disease of childhood.

Untreated, asthma in children threatens them with death, emergency room visits, hospitalizations, and school absenteeism.

Childhood asthma is treated with the same medications and strategies as in adults. Since they are kids there are adjustments in medication dosage, and some differences in severity classification.

Unfortunately, like adults, children are often not treated according to the National standard of care.

Asthmaniac is designed to serve them as well.

At Asthmaniac, pediatric expertise is always on-deck to make sure our approach to children with asthma is aligned with National standards.

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Asthma Rescue Inhalers Are Crucial in Asthma Control!

* Rescue inhalers are essential * The albuterol in rescue inhalers opens breathing tubes quickly * If it doesn’t quickly improve your breathing, go to the ER * A spacer should be used with all liquid medicine inhalers * Generic albuterol is now available...

Do You Need an Asthma Controller Medication?

* Asthma controllers are medications that “control” the underlying inflammation in your breathing tubes. * Inhaled corticosteroids are the most common type of medicine used for this purpose. * In order for corticosteroids to work, they have to be inhaled...

What is an MDI Spacer and Why Do You Need One?

* A spacer is needed to hold your asthma medicine in a cloud until you can pull it into your lungs with a deep breath.

* If you don’t use a spacer with your asthma medicine, it ends up on tongue and on the walls of your throat where it can’t help your asthma and usually causes a yeast infection.

* Spacers should be used with all of your asthma medicine that comes in a metered dose inhaler (MDI).

* Medicine administered by a dry powder inhaler does not require a spacer since the design of the inhaler stirs and suspends the dry powder particles so they can be inhaled deeply.

Your Asthma Control Is Our Mission

 Same Day Appointments are Available.

720-900-0943

Telemedicine for You!

Asthma and COVID19: Breathing Easy during a Pandemic

Asthma and COVID19: Breathing Easy during a Pandemic

Asthma and COVID19: Breathing Easy during a Pandemic

* Asthma is a chronic disease that places you at higher risk of serious illness with COVID19 infection.

* Keeping your asthma well controlled will give you the best protection against serious COVID19 illness.

* Controlling your COVID19 exposure should be a high priority until we have a vaccine.

Does Asthma make you more vulnerable to COVID19?

Patients with chronic disease including chronic lung disease are having much more trouble with COVID19.

Many are dying when they become infected.

To be sure, having advanced age and asthma is a very concerning combination, but even young people with asthma should be concerned.

This is the time to get serious about asthma!

Your best defense is a strong offense.

Compared to the lungs of a person without asthma, your asthma lungs experience inflammation much more easily.

This tendency toward inflammation can be controlled by inhaled steroids and in some cases, new immune modulators.

Keeping a lid on this baseline inflammation should be our top priority all the time but especially during this COVID19 pandemic.

How does the COVID19 virus interact with your asthma lungs?

When it enters your body, the COVID19 virus attaches to the lining in the back of your throat.

From there, it moves to the airways of your lungs (bronchi and bronchioles). 

Once there, virus particles attach to and hijack the manufacturing processes of airway cells.  The result is that these cells pump out a continuous stream of virus particles.

When your immune system spots airway cells that have been taken over by the virus, it attacks them with a vengeance!  The result is inflammation.  

If your airways are already experiencing out-of-control inflammation, this is a disaster!

The addition of virus invasion and immune attack blows holes in tiny blood vessels, causing the lungs to fill with blood.   Airflow is blocked and then you have a life-threatening inability to breathe.

The amount of virus matters.

The more virus particles that get into your mouth, nose or eyes, the more likely you will develop a severe infection with a dangerous inflammatory reaction.

Look, it is virtually impossible for every person on the planet to completely avoid COVID19.

But, getting the smallest amount of exposure at any time should be your goal.

Washing your hands is a basic and effective way reduced the amount of virus you are handling.  Here’s how to wash!

Since virus are carried the the air, it is smart to keep a distance from people who might be carrying virus.  This includes people that aren’t having fever or cough at all!

And,

Mask UP!

Wear a face covering.

I know, this is so hard to get your mind around – like, for how long are we gonna have to do this?

Nobody can say just yet.

We just have to focus on each day, doing everything we can to keep those lungs in good working condition.

Down the road, we can hang up these designer masks, and go to crowded concerts, and, well, get back to ‘normal’.

In the mean time, let’s keep asthma under control!

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Asthma Rescue Inhalers Are Crucial in Asthma Control!

* Rescue inhalers are essential * The albuterol in rescue inhalers opens breathing tubes quickly * If it doesn’t quickly improve your breathing, go to the ER * A spacer should be used with all liquid medicine inhalers * Generic albuterol is now available...

Do You Need an Asthma Controller Medication?

* Asthma controllers are medications that “control” the underlying inflammation in your breathing tubes. * Inhaled corticosteroids are the most common type of medicine used for this purpose. * In order for corticosteroids to work, they have to be inhaled...

What is an MDI Spacer and Why Do You Need One?

* A spacer is needed to hold your asthma medicine in a cloud until you can pull it into your lungs with a deep breath.

* If you don’t use a spacer with your asthma medicine, it ends up on tongue and on the walls of your throat where it can’t help your asthma and usually causes a yeast infection.

* Spacers should be used with all of your asthma medicine that comes in a metered dose inhaler (MDI).

* Medicine administered by a dry powder inhaler does not require a spacer since the design of the inhaler stirs and suspends the dry powder particles so they can be inhaled deeply.

Your Asthma Control Is Our Mission

 Same Day Appointments are Available.

720-900-0943

Telemedicine for You!

Asthma Facts

Asthma Facts

Asthma Facts

What is Asthmaniac and why do you need it?  I’m Dr. Tim Ryschon and I have an asthma solution for you.

* Asthmaniac.com is my online asthma clinic 

* Asthmaniac is designed to be affordable, convenient, and reliable.

* Asthmaniac follows national quality standards developed at NIH

* Asthmaniac uses your phone to make your care convenient and engaging

 

What is Asthmaniac?

Asthmaniac is the name of my podcast which is also the name of my telemedicine clinic.

My clinic, Asthmaniac.com, is 100% online.  Using this online method,  I can deliver phone and video-based encounters that focus on just your asthma.

These visits are designed to achieve stabilization of your asthma so you can avoid asthma attacks  and enjoy worry-free breathing for an active life.

.My strategy depends on making you the expert of your asthma. 

This will allow you to react quickly to changes in your breathing.  

It will also equip you to tell me how your asthma action plan is working, since you will really understand it.

What Makes Asthmaniac Different from a Traditional Clinic?

  • A 100% focus on asthma control.
  • It is based on National Standards and the most modern methods of asthma control.
  • It uses 100% online phone and video visits.
  • Doctor visits are priced at $50 each and you can pay online – no insurance needed.
  • It uses 100% electronic medication prescriptions – sent direct to your pharmacy.
  • It uses proven online symptom assessment.
  • It tracks lung function by Peak Expiratory Flow.
  • It delivers follow-up visits to assure effective control.
  • It gives you a usable and continuously updated Asthma Action Plan.

Why focus on Asthma?

There are many health problems facing all of us.  I have spent 30 years learning about and treating them.  

A few of these disorders stand out as being controllable.

Asthma is one of those.  Asthma control has been the topic of extensive research which has led to the development of clearly defined treatment directions .

These guidelines for doctors to follow have been refined since first released in 1991 with updates in 2002 and 2007.

Despite these clear directions, asthma care remains poor in the U.S.

Asthmaniac is My Solution for this Problem.

  • Asthmaniac focuses only on asthma.  

That allows me to really drill into the most current techniques for asthma control, patient education, and how to deliver care.

  • Asthmaniac is built around the well-defined National Standards for Asthma Care. 

That means everything I recommend is state-of-the-art and based on evidence, science, and clinical practice.

  • Asthmaniac leverages smartphone and telemedicine methods

It is no longer acceptable to require you to come to a clinic when I can do everything that you and I need to accomplish by voice and video.  Delivering doctor visits by phone and video is way less expensive for me which allows me to reduce the cost of the doctor visit for you.

It’s also more convenient for you to get your doctor visit from wherever you are, right?

  • No Insurance Needed

Your ability to get great asthma care should not be gummed up by an insurance issue.  That’s why I keep the insurance companies out of our visits and keep the cost of the visit fair and reasonable for an out-of-pocket expense.

  • Electronic Prescriptions

It is kind of ridiculous in this electronic era that you’d have to take a paper prescription to the pharmacy for your medication.  In my system, these medication orders are transmitted electronically.  That keeps your care convenient and efficient and no paper to lose!

  • Online Symptom Assessment

Years of asthma research have produced convenient ways to track your asthma symptoms.  These surveys can be used to give an early sign that your asthma is out of control and vice versa, can be reassuring proof that your asthma action plan is working.  I have integrated one of these surveys, the Asthma Control Test (ACT) into my clinic and you can take it anytime on your phone, tablet or desktop computer at https://asthmaniac.com/asthma-control-test.  After you complete the test, your score is sent to you along with my recommendations. 

  • Peak Expiratory Flow

Knowing how your lungs are performing is really important in planning your medication and asthma action plan.  Listening to your lungs is not that helpful in showing small changes in your lung function.  Fortunately, research with pocket flow meters has shown that these devices are really useful in detecting early drops in function that tell me you need a different medication and a different asthma action plan.  I make sure all of my patients have a pocket meter and that they use it regularly.

  • Follow-up Care is an Essential Part of Asthmaniac

Asthma control has a lot of moving parts.  Inconsistent follow-up care:

  • Interrupts medication refills,
  • Blocks clinical reassessment, 
  • Prevents adjustments in medication dosage, and
  • Derails optimization of treatment plans.

Even if asthma patients were motivated to go into their doctor’s clinic for follow-up, with the COVID19 pandemic, they are discouraged to go for fear of catching the virus.  

Asthmaniac makes that follow-up visit as easy as a phone call but loaded with important information about your asthma.

  • Asthma Action Plan

I need to get you really involved in your asthma control.  The best way is to develop a plan that you understand and can follow.  This Asthma Action Plan is modified as your asthma changes which happens due to illness, seasons, or age.  We revisit this plan at every follow-up visit and then I send it to your phone where you can study it and refer to it when your symptoms change.

The basic problem that asthma patients have faced forever is still true today:  Uncontrolled asthma is dangerous!

But unlike the past, asthma can be controlled!

Asthmaniac is all about your asthma control.

Asthmaniac provides:

I have designed Astmaniac to help you MASTER your asthma!

Yes, there is a lot to learn about asthma.

In order to really understand and be in control of YOUR asthma, you need to know more about it.

Let me be your partner in getting in control.

Here’s where my three decades of experience come in handy.  I have selected the most important concepts that I know you need to understand for optimal self-management.

I post them at Asthmaniac.com in the section titled Asthmaniac Facts.

And since neither you or I stop learning, I add new sections frequently, bringing you the most expert guidance available.

You can read them in the blog section of Asthmaniac.com.

OR…better yet,

subscribe and receive a message each time I add a new blog or a new podcast!

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Asthma Rescue Inhalers Are Crucial in Asthma Control!

* Rescue inhalers are essential * The albuterol in rescue inhalers opens breathing tubes quickly * If it doesn’t quickly improve your breathing, go to the ER * A spacer should be used with all liquid medicine inhalers * Generic albuterol is now available...

Do You Need an Asthma Controller Medication?

* Asthma controllers are medications that “control” the underlying inflammation in your breathing tubes. * Inhaled corticosteroids are the most common type of medicine used for this purpose. * In order for corticosteroids to work, they have to be inhaled...

What is an MDI Spacer and Why Do You Need One?

* A spacer is needed to hold your asthma medicine in a cloud until you can pull it into your lungs with a deep breath.

* If you don’t use a spacer with your asthma medicine, it ends up on tongue and on the walls of your throat where it can’t help your asthma and usually causes a yeast infection.

* Spacers should be used with all of your asthma medicine that comes in a metered dose inhaler (MDI).

* Medicine administered by a dry powder inhaler does not require a spacer since the design of the inhaler stirs and suspends the dry powder particles so they can be inhaled deeply.

Your Asthma Control Is Our Mission

 Same Day Appointments are Available.

720-900-0943

Telemedicine for You!