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Blog categorized as Respiratory

Gender-related cardiovascular health disparities in patients with Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease
The use of clinical signs as a sole guide to assess the severity of respiratory conditions is very limited. This study shows that performing spirometry whenever patients report dyspnea makes a big difference in clinical outcomes.
31.08.21 02:57 PM - Comment(s)
Risks of underestimating Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in primary care
The use of clinical signs as a sole guide to assess the severity of respiratory conditions is very limited. This study shows that performing spirometry whenever patients report dyspnea makes a big difference in clinical outcomes.
31.08.21 02:57 PM - Comment(s)
Neurological compromise of COVID-19: anosmia and dysgeusia
A distinctive feature of dysosmias in COVID-19 is that they appear relatively early, in contrast to what was observed in SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome).
25.06.21 06:56 PM - Comment(s)
When are FEV1 and FVC maneuvers acceptable?
Performing tests that meet the criteria indicated by the American Thoracic Society (ATS) allows adequate patient care.
25.06.21 06:53 PM - Comment(s)
Impact of COVID-19 on exercise pathophysiology
Hospital survival in case of severe COVID-19 involvement is often associated with residual fibrotic lung abnormalities, evidenced by pulmonary CT at the time of discharge, and lung function tests.
27.04.21 04:40 PM - Comment(s)