I’m phenotyped

Posted on 2 CommentsPosted in Asthma, asthma phenotypes, Sally Wenzel, SARP, Severe asthma

Thanks to the efforts of the SARP researchers and the new era of severe asthma phenotyping, my particular flavor of the disease has finally been described. Drum roll please………………… It’s called “Long duration Th2 low/mast cell high with remodeling“, asthma. It probably sounds like a bunch of googly gob, but about half the people with […]

Can smart peak flow meters help prevent asthma attacks?

Posted on 2 CommentsPosted in Asthma, Asthma exacerbations, FEV1, Gadgets, Peak Flows

As a person with life long chronic asthma, my exacerbations usually develop slowly, sometimes over several days affording me enough time to take some type of pre-preemptive measure. But last week I experienced an acute asthma attack that came on instantly and out of nowhere. At the time, we were in the sleepy little town […]