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Treatment of asthma: predicting the future of atopic disease treatment Dr. Paul O’Byrne in an interview with Dr. Roman Jaeschke: part 2.

Related Articles Treatment of asthma: predicting the future of atopic disease treatment Dr. Paul O’Byrne in an interview with Dr. Roman Jaeschke: part 2. Pol Arch Med Wewn. 2016 Dec 23;126(12):1031-1032 Authors: O’Byrne P, Jaeschke R PMID: 28010009 [PubMed – in process]…




Diagnosing Respiratory Disease in Children Using Cough Sounds

Conditions:   Pneumonia;   Bronchiolitis;   Asthma;   Croup;   Upper Respiratory Tract Infection;   Lower Respiratory Tract InfectionIntervention:   Other: Recording of Infants and Children’s Cough SoundsSponsors:   ResApp Health Limited;   Massachusetts General Hospital;   The Cleveland Clinic;   Texas Children’s HospitalNot yet recruiting – verified November 2016 View full post on…




Multiplex Molecular Detection of Respiratory Pathogens of Adult Patients Admitted to Hospital for Exacerbation of Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Their Clinical Outcomes.

Condition:   COPDIntervention:   Other: No interventionSponsor:   Chinese University of Hong KongRecruiting – verified August 2016 View full post on ClinicalTrials.gov: asthma | Studies received in the last 14 days




Evaluation of Novel Lung Function Parameters and Quantitative Computed Tomography (qCT) in Patients With Pulmonary Disease

Conditions:   Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease;   Bronchial Asthma;   Interstitial Lung DiseaseInterventions:   Device: multiple breath washout test (MBW);   Device: impulse oscillometry (IOS);   Device: body plethysmography (BP);   Device: quantitative computed tomography (qCT)Sponsor:   Universitätsmedizin MannheimRecruiting – verified July 2016 View full post on ClinicalTrials.gov: asthma | Studies received in the last 14 days




LINX®, a Novel Treatment for Patients With Refractory Asthma Complicated by Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease – Medscape

LINX®, a Novel Treatment for Patients With Refractory Asthma Complicated by Gastroesophageal Reflux DiseaseMedscapeBackground: Gastroesophageal reflux disease is one of the most common comorbidities in patients with asthma. Gastroesophageal reflux disease can be linked to difficult-to-control asthma. Current management includes…