Can one be found
disabled, under the SSA definition, if they suffer from respiratory disease, episodically?
Generally, a respiratory impairment that occurs frequently, but it is
not a consistent pain, occurs when a person has asthma, cystic fibrosis,
bronchiectasis, or chronic asthmatic bronchitis.
If a person suffers from this condition, they must demonstrate detailed
documentation that includes any hospital or emergency visits, clinical
and laboratory findings, the treatment that was administered, and the
response by the patient to the treatment. [Note: the SSA does not concern
itself with hospital admissions that are less than 24 hours.] Finally,
the claimant must demonstrate that they strictly adhered to the prescribed
regiment of treatment.
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fight against the Social Security Agency. Our
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