Common scenarios facing pulmonologists and rheumatologists are addressed using the current best evidence.
Find out more about when to consider lung transplantation and more for patients with cystic fibrosis.
Mechanical debridement, laser photoresection, cryotherapy, electrosurgery, photodynamic therapy (PDT), and brachytherapy can be used to remove endobronchial tissue.
Elderly patients are at increased risk for COPD, emphysema, CB, and bronchiectasis.--especially drug-resistant strains. How should the elderly with these pulmonary conditions be managed?
Find out why a workup for atopy can help some COPD patients breathe easier.
Find out how potential clinical biomarkers for COPD could be used to personalize treatment and lead to improved disease management.
Does pirfenidone inhibit fibrocyte pool size in the lungs of bleomycin-treated mice?
Does urinary albumin creatinine ratio reflect glomerular damage related to aortic stiffness?
Has the genetic hot-spot for predicting therapeutic response to inhaled corticosteroids been discovered?
The effectiveness of hand hygiene to prevent the transmission of influenza may vary based on the community setting.
Get the latest data on COPD treatments and how findings can be applied in practice.
What actions are being taken to overcome the COPD care-bundle hurdles?
Find out how changes in the new GOLD classification for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease have impacted patient care. What's next?
Can saliva testing help COPD patients stay healthier?
Can aerosolized antibiotics deliver effective local drug concentrations to the infection site and decrease the risk of systemic side effects associated with oral or intravenous antibiotics?
What's the interaction between histone modifications and gene regulation in asthma?
Learn more about current thinking regarding COPD and find out how three different mechanisms of airflow obstruction play a role in COPD pathogenesis.
Erdosteine decreases the sputum viscoelastic properties and bacterial adhesion to the cell membrane, endowed with bronchial anti-inflammatory activity and a scavenging effect on free oxidant radicals.
Epidemiological data indicate that low levels of vitamin D are associated with increased incidence of inflammatory or neoplastic disease. This study takes a closer look.