I'm trying to make sure I have everything she might want to avoid duplicating tests now that have already been done but I don't want to take too much-Here's what i have:
- last 2 chest CT results
- last chest x-ray results
- IgG tests
- IgE tests
- all of the blood work from a research study last year
- last hospital admin/discharge summaries
- labs run in the last hospitalization (I think they ran everything they could)
- initial PFT (2010), one from 2013 and most recent one.
- With my number crunching and Excel-I can print and take (if you guys think it would be beneficial) a year at a glance of peak flow numbers by month for the last 3 years (or less). Medication changes/add/drop are noted on the date changes were made.
- List of current meds/meds I had reaction to
- normal post hospital pred taper/neb taper
- action plan (that seriously needs to be updated)
- Dates and length of stay for the last 4 hospitalizations and what we have normally done for meds in the hospital.
Crud-now that I look at it-this looks like info over load. I certainly don't expect a new doc to look at all of this but I thought she might want it in my record. I only have 3 questions to discuss with her (trying to keep it short). She is the chair of the severe asthma clinic at UAB so hopefully she will have some insight and suggestions.