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About 809 results for "pulmonary medicine"

Chronic cough may be Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease symptom
Deccan Chronicle

Chronic cough may be Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease sym...

The medicines only give symptomatic relief, but do not work towards reversing the damage. Hyderabad: Are you having chronic cough? Do you face breathing problems very often? If yes, then you must get yourself checked for Chronic Obstructive ... Deccan Chronicle, 2 days ago
Free lecture about COPD at UA's Duval Auditorium Arizona Daily Star, 1 day ago
HEALTH WISE Sunday Observer, 3 days ago

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Pharmafocus

Nintedanib receives positive CHMP opinion in EU for the treatment of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

Boehringer Ingelheim announced that the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has issued a positive opinion for * (suggested brand name OFEVĀ®) for the treatment of patients with (IPF). Data ...
 Hospital Pharmacy Europe13 hours ago EMA CHMP issues positive opinion for Boehringer's nintedanib to treat IPF  Pharmaceutical Business Review1 day ago More November EMA/CHMP recommendations  Pharma Letter3 days ago CHMP nods several drugs through  Pharmafocus1 day ago
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Mangaluru: Free Allergy & Chest Disease Screening Camp at KMC Hospital-Attavar

Press Release Mangaluru: The Department of Pulmonary Medicine at KMC Hospital, Attavar will organize a free screening camp at its premises from 20th to 22nd Nov 2014 between 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. People suffering from chronic cough due to excessive ...
 Mangalorean1 week ago
Blaze.com

Breast-Feeding Mom Astounded When a Medical Group Said It Wouldn't Accommodate the Needs of Nursing Mothers for a Day-Long Test

Dr. Megan McInerney committed herself to breast feeding her son for a year, making what she felt was the healthiest choice for him based on medical literature and recommendations from major medical associations. A breastfeeding mother was ...
 Blaze.com5 hours ago Medical group needed convincing to let mom pump breast milk  Reuters8 hours ago
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A 10-year span of research has revealed excellent, sustained local tumor control findings with minimal side effects for medically inoperable, early stage lung cancer patients who received high-dose rate stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT). The findings

The findings were derived from an analysis of data from an institutional patient registry on SBRT, and indicated excellent long-term, local control, 79% of tumors, for medically inoperable, early stage lung cancer patients treated with SBRT from ...
 MedImaging.net1 day ago Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy Provides Sustained Local Control for Inoperable, Early Stage ...  MedImaging.net1 week ago Stereotactic radiation improved local control in inoperable SCLC  Orthopedics Today5 days ago

MD to PhD: Returning to school to explore physical activity in respiratory disease

Sport and Exercise Medicine: The UK trainee perspective (A BJSM blog series) By Dr. Ruth Pearson Diversity and flexibility of both training and career possibilities was part of the appeal for my perusal of Sport and Exercise Medicine Training.
 British Medical Journal3 days ago
MedIndia

Fibrotic Lung Damage Could be Caused by Fat

Pulmonary fibrosis is caused by scarring that seems to feed on itself, and is incurable. Tougher less elastic tissue replaces the ever moving and stretching lung, making breathing difficult. Researchers debate whether the lung tissue is directly ...
 MedIndia4 days ago Excess fat in lungs may cause pulmonary fibrosis  News-Medical.Net5 days ago Fat a culprit in fibrotic lung damage  EurekAlert!5 days ago
MedIndia

Why Viagra, caffeine are saving preemies lives

Caffeine and Viagra are typically used to treat adult medical conditions, but they may be life-saving for preemie babies. Doctors at Nationwide Children's Hospital use the medications as part of the comprehensive care for the tiniest babies, ...
 News.am1 week ago Caffeine and Viagra Save Prematurely Born Infants  MedIndia1 week ago Caffeine to Viagra: The Medications Saving Preemies May Surprise You  Health Canal1 week ago Caffeine to Viagra: Medications saving preemies may surprise you  Science Daily1 week ago

Human medicines European public assessment report (EPAR): INOmax, nitric oxide, Revision: 15, Authorised

This is a summary of the European public assessment report (EPAR) for INOmax. It explains how the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) assessed the medicine to reach its opinion in favour of granting a marketing authorisation and ...
 European Medicines Agency6 days ago

Endotyping idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis should improve outcomes for all patients with progressive fibrotic lung disease

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 British Journal of the Thorax6 days ago
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