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Your Asthma Control is Our Mission

Telemedicine Asthma Care

Established Patient Process

Our Goal: Control Your Asthma!

What is meant by “control”?  There are many expert opinions about what perfect asthma control looks like, but everyone agrees that asthma patients who are in control:

 

  • have minimal chronic symptoms (night cough, wheezing, chest tightness)
  • do not need to use their rescue medicine frequently
  • have normal or nearly normal lung function (Peak Expiratory Flow) that is maintained
  • have low risk of asthma attacks
  • less need for emergency room visits or hospitalization
  • minimal adverse effects from medicine
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Asthmaniac Achieves Asthma Control by:

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Evaluation

At your first visit, and every three months or more often, using your Asthma Control Test scores and PEF measurements.

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Asthma Action Plan

your recipe for how to respond to changes in your breathing and peak flows quickly and with the right medication.

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Follow-up

To make sure you Asthma Action Plan and medications are working, you have no side affects, and any new problems get addressed.

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