News Articles on 'Respiratory Medicine'
Aptar Pharma Releases New Portable Ready-to-Go Upper Respiratory Inhaler
Aptar Pharma, a company based outside of Chicago, is releasing a new portable and easy to use inhaler for upper respiratory conditions. The PureHale device comes ready to use, and the tank can take saline or other solutions designed to clean, soothe ...
Published: 08 Oct 2018
Respiratory illnesses prompt innovation at small UK pharma groups
But for pharmaceutical companies and their investors, winter is not necessarily a time of discontent, prompting an innovation-focused industry to work on groundbreaking treatments to ease respiratory symptoms and on new ways of testing them. hVIVO’s ...
Source: Financial Times
Published: 05 Oct 2018
Telemedicine RTI Visits Shorter When Antibiotic Prescribed
respiratory tract infection (RTI) encounters in which antibiotics are prescribed are shorter than other encounters, according to a research letter published online October 2 in the Annals of Internal Medicine. Kathryn A. Martinez, PhD, MPH, from the ...
Source: Monthly Prescribing Reference
Published: 02 Oct 2018
Respiratory Syncytial Virus - A Drug Pipeline Analysis Report by Technavio
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Technavio has announced their latest drug pipeline analysis report on the respiratory syncytial virus. The report includes a comprehensive research on the pipeline molecules under investigation by the pharmaceutical companies ...
Source: Business Wire
Published: 27 Sep 2018
Health groups encourage exercise for respiratory patients
For anyone challenged with respiratory conditions, Active Southern West Virginia and New River Health are offering a free educational and exercise event Tuesday. Lisa Emery, New River Health's respiratory therapist, will gather with participants 5:30 ...
Source: The Register-Herald
Published: 24 Sep 2018
Yale Pediatric Respiratory Medicine faculty see patients at several locations for a variety of respiratory problems including asthma, cystic fibrosis, chronic lung disease in both infants and older children, sleep related disordered breathing, and ...
Published: 24 Jan 2018
AstraZeneca boosts early respiratory medicine with Pieris deal
LONDON, May 3 (Reuters) - AstraZeneca boosted its early-stage respiratory medicine pipeline on Wednesday by signing a deal with Pieris Pharmaceuticals to develop novel inhaled drugs that could fight asthma in new ways. Pieris will get upfront and near-term ...
Source: Yahoo Finance
Published: 03 May 2017
npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine
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Published: 10 Aug 2017
Merck: Respiratory Medicine Running Out Of Breath
Merck's (NYSE:MRK) leading respiratory therapeutic Singulair (Montelukast), a once-a-day oral medicine for the chronic treatment of asthma and for the relief of symptoms of allergic rhinitis which generated more than $44 billion of revenue since its launch ...
Source: Seeking Alpha
Published: 26 Jun 2013
Add Asthma to List of Possible Causes of Childhood Obesity
We urgently need to know if prevention and adequate treatment of asthma can reduce the trajectory toward obesity," study co-author Frank Gilliland, professor of preventive medicine at the University of Southern California, said in a university news release.
Published: 12 Oct 2018
Monkeypox cases put UK's tropical disease response to the test
The man had contracted Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (Mers), the first such diagnosis ... “Although we regard ourselves as specialists in tropical medicine, no one here had seen a case in the UK. There was a lot of rapid literature reading that ...
Source: The Guardian
Published: 07 Oct 2018
On the hunt for Disease X; Undiscovered virus that could kill all...
Virus hunting is a relatively modern preoccupation, pioneered in the mid-to-late 20th century by scientists such as Peter Piot (director of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine ... severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), which spread ...
Source: The Daily Telegraph
Published: 05 Oct 2018
Respiratory Therapy Technician: Job Duties & Career Requirements
A respiratory technician is an entry-level professional in the field of respiratory medicine. He or she works under the supervision of a respiratory therapist to care for people with illnesses including pneumonia, asthma, and chronic bronchitis.
Published: 11 Oct 2012
“If they were not based on science and medicine I would not have been chosen to present a paper on my finding at various medical conferences in the country.” He has presented his abstract, titled ‘Management of mucus related respiratory health ...
Published: 07 Jun 2010
New Diagnostic Test Could Help Detect Respiratory Viral Infection Faster
According to a study published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases, a new test that measures mRNAs or proteins in human nasal epithelial cells could prove to be a quicker way to diagnose respiratory viral infections than current methods. Upper ...
Published: 25 Dec 2017
Respiratory Therapy/Health Education
One trainee per year is accepted, and this trainee completes their training with a team of other trainees from the disciplines of nursing, nutrition, social work, and medicine ... earns the respiratory therapy/health education trainee a Masters of Arts ...
Published: 20 Jun 2013
India's largest drugmaker Ranbaxy Laboratories has started initial clinical studies (Phase I) on the lead compound to develop a new respiratory inflammation medicine. Drug major Cipla today said it has appointed Frank Pieters as Head of European Region and ...
Source: Economic Times
Published: 30 Nov 2014
Cipla lost its battle with Novartis in March, when the Delhi High Court stayed the company’s request to sell copies of Novartis respiratory brand Onbrez. CureApp Inc, which develops mobile applications to treat ailments including tobacco addiction ...
Source: Economic Times
Published: 09 Aug 2010
‘100,000 Ugandans die of non-communicable diseases annually’
Herbal medicine can even worsen the condition ... communicable diseases are cardiovascular diseases (like heart attacks and stroke), cancer, chronic respiratory diseases (such as chronic obstructed pulmonary disease and asthma) and diabetes.
Source: New Vision
Published: 04 Oct 2018