Lung Art

Posted on 1 CommentPosted in Asthma, Bronchoscopy, Friends/Bloggers, Funny asthma stuff, lung anatomy, Lung physiology, Sally Wenzel, SARP, University of Pittsburgh Asthma Institute

I thought this was so clever. A few months ago a good friend of mine from Toronto, asked me if I could she use one of the images I had of some mast cells and lung tissue that was collected from my airways during an earlier bronchoscopy. She was going to somehow use them for […]

Double Whammy Asthma

Posted on 2 CommentsPosted in Air-trapping, Asthma, Dyspnea, lung anatomy, Lung physiology, pulmonary fibrosis, Shortness of Breath

I often find it frustrating that here I am, a life long asthmatic, a Respiratory therapist and an asthma educator, yet still unable in normal conversation, to describe what makes my type of asthma so different from others. When asked to define asthma in general, I usually give the spiel about how asthma is an […]