Severe asthma and bronchial thermoplasty Q&A with Dr. Kyle Hogarth
It’s officially spring and the flowers are beginning to bloom. Although the change of seasons is welcome, especially in the Midwest, it brings about a whole new set of problems for those with asthma.
“Are you controlling your asthma, or is your asthma controlling you?” asks Dr. Hogarth, MD, associate professor of medicine who is director of bronchoscopy and minimally invasive diagnostics at the University of Chicago Medicine.
To help asthmatics figure out the answer to that question, Hogarth discussed the effects of asthma, what makes asthma severe and potential treatment options, including his specialty of bronchial thermoplasty during a recent Facebook Live.
To make an appointment with Hogarth, call: 1-888-824-0200 or 773-795-9933 or you can attend the Asthma Medications Coming Up Short? Asthma Education Program: New Options event on Thursday, May 24 from 6-7 p.m. at the Ingalls Family Care Center in Flossmoor, Illinois.
D. Kyle Hogarth, MD
Dr. Kyle Hogarth is an expert in pulmonary diseases -- including alpha-1 antitrypsin (AAT) deficiency. He is also involved with the minimally invasive diagnosis, management, and staging of lung cancer through bronchoscopy. Dr. Hogarth was one of the first doctors in Illinois to work with the superDimension system -- an electromagnetic navigation system that uses 3-D imaging technology to detect and biopsy nodules and masses.Learn more about Dr. Hogarth