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A Look at the Potential of Precision Medicine for Pediatric Respiratory Diseases

Genome-wide association studies are building the potential for precision medicine for children with respiratory diseases, but the progress also comes with challenges related to cost and issues with early screening,

Source: The American Journal of Managed Care
Published: 16 May 2021

Medline to Acquire Hudson RCI respiratory products from Teleflex

At a time when healthcare has never been more aware of the importance of high quality, reliable respiratory products, Medline today

Source: PR Newswire
Published: 18 May 2021

Study investigates 12-month respiratory outcomes in patients hospitalized for COVID-19

A new study has shown that most patients discharged from hospital after experiencing severe COVID-19 infection appear to return to full health, although up to a third do still have evidence of effects upon the lungs one year on.

Source: News Medical
Published: 07 May 2021

Respiratory disease: Pair up for protection

A growing number of veterinarians endorse the idea of vaccinating against both canine infectious respiratory disease complex and canine influenza virus. Here’s why.

Source: dvm360.com
Published: 12 May 2021

Probiotic Supplement Use Associated With Fewer Respiratory Symptoms in Overweight and Older People

Findings provide further evidence of relationship between the gut and lungs. Daily probiotic use was associated with fewer upper respiratory symptoms in overweight and older people, according to a study that suggests a potential role for probiotics in preventing respiratory infections.

Source: SciTech Daily
Published: 14 May 2021

CEOCFO Magazine interviews MediPines CEO Steve Lee on revolutionizing Respiratory Medicine with their AGM100™

Asked why they decided to focus on respiratory medicine Mr. Lee told us, “This rising tide of respiratory diseases was, in part, due to the pre-existing prevalence of respiratory diseases like ...

Source: WBOC
Published: 31 Mar 2021

The Lancet Respiratory Medicine: Past COVID-19 infection does not fully protect young people from reinfection

published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine journal. The authors say that despite previous infection and the presence of antibodies, vaccination is still necessary to boost immune responses ...

Source: EurekAlert!
Published: 15 Apr 2021

Comparative Respiratory Medicine; What We Can Learn From Understanding Human Respiratory Diseases

Veterinary medicine can learn a lot from human medicine and over the years we have adopted ideas covering disease definition, diagnostic techniques and therapy that have greatly improved our understanding of companion animal respiratory diseases.

Source: VIN
Published: 26 Feb 2018

Academic clinical fellowships in Respiratory Medicine

There is a very diverse range of research in respiratory medicine at Sheffield. The clinical academic staff include Professor Ian Sabroe and Professor Stephen Renshaw (Sir Arthur Hall Professor of Medicine), Professor Alison Condliffe, and Dr Roger ...

Source: University of Sheffield
Published: 09 Mar 2020

Crystalline supermirrors for trace gas detection in environmental science and medicine

In an international cooperation with partners from industry and research, physicists from the University of Vienna, together with Thorlabs, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and the University of Kansas,

Source: Phys.org
Published: 18 May 2021

About the AJRCCM

The American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine publishes high-quality original papers, reviews, and clinical trials in respiratory, critical care, and sleep medicine to foster advances in translational research and clinical practice.

Source: ATS Journals
Published: 11 Sep 2020

Air pollution may affect severity and hospitalization in COVID-19 patients with respiratory disease

The study's findings were published online in the scholarly journal Respiratory Medicine. It is the first study to look at an association between air pollution, COVID-19 and individual patients ...

Source: Medical Xpress
Published: 14 Apr 2021

Air pollution can increase severity and hospitalization in COVID-19 patients with pre-existing respiratory conditions

The study's findings were published online in the scholarly journal Respiratory Medicine. It is the first study to look at an association between air pollution, COVID-19 and individual patients ...

Source: News Medical
Published: 15 Apr 2021

Meet the Editors

Jadwiga Wedzicha, M.D., is Professor of Respiratory Medicine at the National Heart and Lung Institute (Royal Brompton Campus), Imperial College London, UK. Dr. Wedzicha has a major interest in the causes, mechanisms, impact and prevention of COPD ...

Source: ATS Journals
Published: 11 Sep 2020

Spectrum of Fibrotic Lung Diseases

This review covers fibrotic pulmonary diseases. Although idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis is very common, the review focuses mainly on fibrotic diseases other than IPF. The biology, clinical ...

Source: The New England Journal of Medicine
Published: 06 Sep 2020

Teleflex Signs Definitive Agreement to Sell Certain Respiratory Assets and Reaffirms Adjusted EPS Guidance

Total consideration is $286 million, reduced by $12 million of working capital to be retained by TeleflexAssets to be divested generated $139M in 2020 revenue, with 2021 growth expected to be approximately flat2021 headwinds are estimated at $28-32 million in revenue and $0.

Source: Yahoo Finance
Published: 18 May 2021

Past Covid infection won't fully prevent reinfection in young people: Study

according to an observational study published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine journal. The research was conducted on more than 3,000 healthy members of the US Marines Corps most of whom were ...

Source: Mint
Published: 29 Apr 2021

Young people can catch Covid-19 second time: Lancet study

according to an observational study published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine journal. The research was conducted on more than 3,000 healthy members of the US Marines Corps most of whom were ...

Source: Hindustan Times
Published: 29 Apr 2021

Bayer Announces Publication of Phase IV Adempas® (riociguat) Data in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine

The prospective, randomized, controlled, open-label study, which included outcomes from 226 patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) (WHO Group 1), met its primary endpoint The pivotal PATENT-1 trial, a 12-week, multicenter, double-blind ...

Source: Yahoo Finance
Published: 29 Mar 2021

Arrival of coronavirus variants a signal for Hong Kong to take no chances, plan for the worst, experts warn

“Hong Kong will be digging its own grave if it contemplates relaxing its border restrictions at this point,” said Dr Leung Chi-chiu, a respiratory medicine specialist. READ FULL ARTICLE ...

Source: South China Morning Post
Published: 01 May 2021

Preventive Medicine: Can your lifestyle be medicine?

Since the seminal work of McGinnis and Foege, a vast expanse of science, spanning decades, diverse populations and varied methods confirms that most of what plagues modern societies is preventable by means of lifestyle as medicine.

Source: New Haven Register
Published: 11 May 2021

Prior SARS-CoV-2 infection rescues B and T cell responses to variants after first vaccine

Professor Rosemary Boyton, Professor of Immunology and Respiratory Medicine at Imperial College London, who led the research, said: "Our findings show that people who have had their first dose of ...

Source: Medical Xpress
Published: 30 Apr 2021

Comparing immune landscapes across respiratory infections

Circulating immune profiles are largely similar across respiratory infections, yet regulatory T cell phenotypes are distinct in COVID-19 patients.

Source: Fred Hutch
Published: 17 May 2021

Single Pfizer Vaccine Shot May Not Protect Against Covid Variants, Study Warns

Professor Rosemary Boyton, an expert in immunology and respiratory medicine at Imperial College London who co-led the research, said the findings underscore the importance of getting a second dose ...

Source: Forbes
Published: 30 Apr 2021

Precision Medicine Market to Witness 10.65% CAGR until 2026 | TechSci Research

Increasing advancements in cancer biology and myriad benefits offered by precision medicines to drive the global precision medicine market According to TechSci Research report Global Precision Medicine Market By Products and Services Precision Medicine Platforms Precision Medicine Tools Precision Medicine

Source: openpr.com
Published: 14 May 2021

Single Pfizer dose not enough to protect against Covid variants

LONDON: A single dose of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine may not generate a sufficient immune response to protect against dominant new variants, except in people who have already been infected with ...

Source: Free Malaysia Today
Published: 30 Apr 2021

Risk from COVID-19 variants remains after first Pfizer shot: study

A single dose of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine may not generate a sufficient immune response to protect against dominant new variants, except in people who have already been infected with COVID ...

Source: Global News
Published: 30 Apr 2021