Asthma Registry

 

What is the Asthma360 Patient-Powered Registry?

Have you ever wondered how your asthma changes over time? Or how your asthma is different or similar to others? Now you can help us answer these questions and more with our Asthma360 Patient-Powered Registry. 

The Asthma360 Registry is a database in which we ask every person 18 years or older to share information about themselves in a baseline survey. Periodically, we ask people to return and answer similar questions.

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How will participating in the Asthma360 Registry help me and others?

When you participate in the Asthma360 Registry, you will learn how to better understand and monitor your own condition. You will also be able to help us support the community and advance research. 

Our hope is that over time, we will obtain thousands of records in the registry. Researchers will then be able to analyze the data and better understand the natural history and progression of asthma. 

How do I find out more about the Asthma360 Registry?

You can find out more and sign up to complete your baseline survey by visiting Asthma360 today. 

The initial survey takes less than 15 minutes and includes incentives to participate. This is your opportunity to contribute to research as we explore questions such as: 

  • Does lung function decline over time? 
  • Is Fractional Exhaled Nitric Oxide (FeNO) an accurate biomarker for Type 2 asthma? 
  • What percent of patients takes a biologic for asthma? 
  • How many asthma patients also have COPD?

Sign Up here

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What happens to the information I share in the Asthma360 Registry?

All information you share will be secure and will never be used without your permission.

The initial survey takes less than 15 minutes and includes incentives to participate. This is your opportunity to contribute to research as we explore questions such as: 

  • Does lung function decline over time? 
  • Is Fractional Exhaled Nitric Oxide (FeNO) an accurate biomarker for Type 2 asthma? 
  • What percent of patients takes a biologic for asthma? 
  • How many asthma patients also have COPD?
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Are there other conditions that may look like asthma or complicate asthma?

There are other types of respiratory conditions that are different than asthma.  The symptoms, diagnosis and treatment can vary depending upon the condition. Here are some of them.

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COPD

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respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)

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alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency

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COVID-19

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sleep apnea

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bronchiectasis

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influenza, infections and viruses

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Vocal cord dysfunction

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