Cleveland Clinic pulmonologists address the role of measuring exhaled nitric oxide in the diagnosis and management of asthma and provide guidance for its appropriate use.Read More
Cleveland Clinic’s Asthma Center Co-Director addresses the literature examining a possible association between leukotriene-modifying agents like montelukast and suicidality.
Although asthma remains a clinical diagnosis based on episodic symptoms consistent with airflow obstruction, symptoms alone cannot reliably be used to diagnose the disease or assess its severity and control.
Researchers confirm that the incidence and severity of sepsis is lower in patients with asthma.
Adults with asthma benefit from our specialized programs and basic, translational and clinical research projects.
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The development and availability of biologic agents to target specific pathophysiological elements of severe asthma has altered the landscape of care. Our asthma experts break down biologic use for patients with severe asthma.
Multimodal therapy is necessary for treating severe persistent and refractory asthma. The addition of appropriately timed bronchial thermoplasty can improve asthma-related quality of life.