Tords the middle ages and a small peiod before the full evolution of man cave men had some signs of it through fossilisasion of a small wad of skin and Asthma is in key D.N.A of the broncail tube lungs and the whole respatoreal system.
It is not possible to know who was first diagnosed with Asthma as there was no record of the person's name or identity. Asthma was first officially recorded as a medical condition or problem in 450BC by Hippocrates in Greece.
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I don't believe that Victorian England ever had asthma as a disease. Asthma was hardly ever diagnosed before 1900s. It would've been diagnosed as a bronchial disease and they were mostly treated with hot packs.
It is called sports induced asthma I was Diagnosed with asthma but do not have asthma, when I run instead of opening, my lungs close and it feels like I am breathing through a straw.
Your family care doctor will diagnose asthma based on your condition, or your doctor will forward you to an specialist to determine how serious your asthma condition.
Asthma has to do with the closing of airways. Mostly brought on by alergies. The main way to tell if someone has asthma is when they can breath in, but struggle to breath out. A weezing sound should occur.
This depends on the kind of asthma that your sister has. Most doctors recommend keeping a breather with them at all times.
Asthma is mostly found in places that are humid or windy. But, asthma can also be caused by allergies. That's what happened to me... allergy induced astma. I was diagnosed last year.
If you have been diagnosed with asthma any time after the age of 13 then you are automatically disqualified from every branc of the US Military
Today, I think. Or a couple of days ago was diagnosed with asthma. apparently she had an asthma attack at her hotel. I'm not completely sure. That's why she's held the Camp Rock 2 tour.
The first asthma pump was made in 1882
it was first diagnosed in 1968
yes of course asthma can present in the form of cough only.You are supposed to do spirometry before and after a drug called salbutamole.If improvement in spirometry by more than 15 percent is proved then asthma is diagnosed.
No. I got mine 1 year after I was diagnosed with pollen allergies and then I learned that 80% of everybody who gets pollen allergy develops asthma. My sister have always had that allergy but developed serious asthma after her second child.
The government has waivers for everything; however, if you're currently diagnosed and being treated for asthma, it's an automatic medical disqualifier during your entrance physical.
bob shore first discovered asthma in 1766
First aid kits don't have asthma pumps.
It sounds to me like the exact symptoms I had for a year before I was diagnosed with asthma at age 35. Please see your physician as soon as possible as asthma can be life threatening.
I have had asthma for 13 years now, and I have driven many many miles since I was first diagnosed. Driving while having an asthma attack is not preferable, but it can still be done. The best thing for everyone's safety is to pull over some where safe and use your rescue inhaler. Because I had small children when I was first diagnosed, I wanted to be sure that everyone would be safe if I had an asthma attack when driving. So I taught my son how to steer the car over to the side of the road and put the car into park,just in case mom couldn't. All my children also knew how to call 911 by 4 years old for just such an emergency.
Yes, you can get asthma at any age. I just was recently diagnosed four months ago with adult onset asthma, and I am 59 yrs. old! I could not breathe, or talk and could not quit coughing especially at night. Nancy
Ventolin, opens the air ways. If some one is having an asthma attack ventolin helps them breath.
It doesn't make a difference; if you have been reliably diagnosed with asthma at any age, it's an automatic medical DQ for service in any military branch.
It was first diagnosed in 1747 with the case of Hugh Blair Borogue.
The word 'asthma' first appears in Homer's Illiad, and Hippocrates was the first to use it to describe a medical condition. It is believed to be derived from the Greek aazein which means "sharp breathe."
Basically, if you have been diagnosed with asthma on or after 13 years of age, it becomes an automatic disqualification for the United States Naval Academy. Sorry. -Doesn't matter if you take meds, its the fact that you have it.