Social Security Disability or Supplement Security Income for Asthma Part 2

You can look in the Social Security Administration Blue Book for your disability listings. It will be very helpful your initial claim and appeal claim.

You can look in the Social Security Administration Blue Book for your disability listings. It will be very helpful your initial claim and appeal claim.

Social Security Disability or Supplement Security Income For Asthma Part 2

should include all required hospitalization or emergency room treatments, and spirometry test results of the arterial blood gas studies (ABGS). These records should show each asthma episode you had and what treatments was administered for how long did it last and what and how did you react to the treatment. And did your doctor administered spirometry tests when you did not have an asthma attack to record if the baseline airflow was an obstruction.

Additionally, your medical records must indicate you have been following all the treatment ordered by your doctor by using an inhaler.

The Social Security Administration want to see all of your medical records documents about your asthma attacks for at least one year that way the agency will be able evaluated your condition before making a disability decision.

Can I get Qualify for Disability due to job Restrictions?

However, as an adult if you do not qualify for disability benefits automatically under the asthma listing then Social Security Administration will take into consideration your limitations causing your ability to work a regular job. Social Security Administration will administered a Residual Functional Capacity Assessment to determine what you can do and cannot with your impairment. Now if your doctor gives restricted orders not to work in extreme hot and cold temperatures, heavy exertion, work around excessive dust and flames then the Social Security Administration will take your job restriction in your Functional Capacity Assessment. Your limitations can rule out the number of jobs that you are unable do, and if you past job required any restricted activities, SSA will have to come with the work you can do. If you are older than 50 or 55 years old then you have a chance getting your disability benefits approved.

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Social Security Disability or Supplement Security Income for Asthma Part 1

Answer all the questions on the Social Security Administration Chart to see if you eligible for your disability.

Answer all the questions on the Social Security Administration Chart to see if you eligible for your disability.

Asthma is a chronic disease of the respiratory system include inflammation of the airways. Asthma is a related inflammation is believed to cause excessive mucous production within the airways, due to results in constricted airways. Asthma is cause by different stimuli like medication, chemicals, pets, exposure to cigarette smoke, hormones, cold viruses, and different pathogens in the environment.

Asthma symptoms are wheezing, shortness of breath, tightness in the chest and coughing.   The treatment for asthma consists of the use nebulizers, inhalers, medications or limiting the exposure to prevent stimuli whenever possible.

However, asthma is the most common reason why some people apply for disability benefits. Unfortunately, most people with asthma who apply for disability benefits are upset because their claim was denied. The reason why people get denied for disability benefits is because asthma can be treated effectively with medication. Some patients with asthma do suffer from repeated asthma attacks and cannot be controlled with medication or treatment. If you have severe asthma attacks can cause respiratory arrest or failure. Also, if you experience repeated or severe asthma then you should be able to get your disability benefits approved due to repeat and intensity of your asthma attacks is severe enough for preventing you from working.

Does Asthma Qualify for Disability?

You have to meet the Social Security Administration disability qualifications listing for adult asthma, on your claim in order to be automatically approved. The listing requires you to experience severe asthma attacks at least every month or six times per calendar year. Also, you must have severe asthma attacks to last one day or longer and require medical treatment at a hospital or emergency room and receive intravenous antibiotics, prolong inhalation treatments or intravenous bronchodilator. You can have your doctor complete a listing form for asthma to see if you qualify for disability benefits.

If your illness includes chronic bronchitis with your asthma is called chronic asthmatic bronchitis, you may qualify for disability benefits due to the results of lung function/breathing test results. The Social Security Administration requires a level of forced expiatory volume (FEVI) is mandatory for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a chart characterizing what FEVI test results are required certain heights in order to qualify for disability benefits.

What should be in your Medical Record?

In you, medical records it should contain documentation for each of your asthma attacks

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