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The Future of Monitoring Lung Function in LAM

Posted on May 07, 2021   |   

As all LAM patients are well aware of, serial lung function testing performed in a physician’s office is the current standard of care to assess the disease status for LAM patients. A full set of lung function tests comprises of the following:

1) Spirometry: measures the maximum amount of air you can exhale in the first one-second, known as forced expiratory volume in one-second (FEV1), and the total amount of air you can exhale, known

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Topics: Home Spirometry        Categories: Educational Resources

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The Air We Breathe

Posted on January 17, 2017   |   

This time last year, I discovered an opportunity to apply for a grant through my pharmacy school program at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. I knew that I wanted to find a way to use the grant to help educate physicians about LAM, but I was not sure exactly what or how to go about it. I called Sue Sherman and told her about the opportunity and we brainstormed. Sue informed me the new LAM Guidelines would be published in 2016 by the American Thoracic Society. In healthcare, promoting guidelines can be a challenge. It is both expensive and time consuming, so I pitched the idea to Sue that I write a grant to help spread the news about the new guidelines.

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Topics: Air We Breathe Guidelines        Categories: News
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