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呼吸照護網路播放總結了每個月發表的紙本期刊,每段網摘錄了各文章要點,以及呼吸照護期刊主編Rich Branson博士個人評價總結。Rich Branson博士解釋了每一篇在當月期刊內出版文章的臨床重要性、及告訴讀者該帶回的訊息。我們希望在紙本寄達之前,經由對即將來到的期刊內容文章重點提示這樣的服務,會幫助您成為這個期刊更好的讀者。
 
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine publishes a range of article types in respiratory medicine and critical care. These include Original Research, Reviews, Personal Views, Comments, and News articles. Topics include but are not limited to asthma, COPD, tobacco control, critical care, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis, pneumonia, sarcoidosis, mesothelioma, sleep medicine, and respiratory infections.
 
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Respiratory Care Podcast

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Respiratory Care Podcast

American Association for Respiratory Care

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RESPIRATORY CARE is the official science journal of the American Association for Respiratory Care. Editor-in-Chief Rich Branson summarizes the papers published in each month's issue. The Journal is indexed in PubMed and included in ISI's Web of Science. Our 2020 Impact Factor is 2.258 and our 5-year Impact Factor is 2.252.
 
El podcast en Español de Respiratory Care resume los artículos publicados en cada edición mensual de la revista. El podcast es traducido y narrado por L Felipe Damiani PT MSc PhD, Departamento de Ciencias de la Salud, Facultad de Medicina, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Santiago, Chile. El podcast menciona en forma breve los puntos mas importantes de cada trabajo, y concluye con un comentario del editor en jefe Richard Branson MSc RRT FAARC relacionado con la importancia clínica y ...
 
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Respiratory Exchange

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Respiratory Exchange

Clevleand Clinic Respiratory Institute

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A Cleveland Clinic podcast exploring timely and timeless clinical and leadership topics in the disciplines of pulmonary medicine, critical care medicine, allergy/immunology, infectious disease and related areas. Hosted by Raed Dweik, MD, MBA, Chair of the Respiratory Institute at Cleveland Clinic.
 
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Dr. Daniel Culver, chairman of the Pulmonary Department in the Respiratory Institute at Cleveland Clinic, dives in to the topic of interstitial lung diseases, their diagnosis and management. He covers use of transbronchial cryobiopsy, the benefits of multidisciplinary discussion, and changes in the use of immunosuppressive and anti-fibrotic therapi…
 
This month's episode dives into progressive fibrosing ILD, previously a disadvantaged set of patients who have a progressive ILD but as they weren't specifically UIP they were not entitled to antifibrotic treatment. So thank goodness for the INBUILD trial back in 2020 and it's extension and NICE technological appraisal for injecting pragmastism not…
 
In the U.S. from March 2020 to June 2021, 147 lung transplants took place for COVID fibrosis or COVID ARDS. In this podcast, Dr. Kenneth McCurry and Dr. Marie Budev, surgical director and medical director, respectively, of the Lung and Heart-Lung Transplant Program at Cleveland Clinic discuss COVID-19, ARDS, fibrosis and the potential role of lung …
 
Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) is the topic of discussion in this episode of the PCRS Podcast. Dr Fiona Mosgrove (GP and PCRS Education Committee Member) is joined by Dr Charlie Sharp (Consultant in Respiratory Medicine) an expert in ILD, who offers fantastic insight into what things you should be looking for in the history of a patient, the impor…
 
In this episode, Dr. Sumita Khatri, vice chair of Cleveland Clinic’s Respiratory Institute and director of the Asthma Center, discusses the multitude of factors that can impact a patient’s lung heath, including climate change, particle matter pollution, ozone, proximity to urban heat islands and traffic, as well as occupational influencers like far…
 
In the next of the PCRS Greener Healthcare Campaign Podcasts and to celebrate Clean Air Day 2022, Carol Stonham (PCRS Executive Chair) is joined by Professor Sir Stephen Holgate (Medical Research Council Clinical Professor of Immunopharmacology at the Faculty of Medicine, Southampton; Respiratory Physician and UKRI Clean Air Champion). They discuss…
 
Finally it's here, the pleural podcast! Ever wondered why you can't get a straight answer about suction, talc and fibrinolytics? That's because the evidence until recently has been poor and we're still using guidelines written 12 years ago. But with the assistance of two excellent pleural specialists we pull apart the latest studies to discuss all …
 
In this episode of the PCRS Podcast Dr Fiona Mosgrove (GP and PCRS Education Committee Member) discusses the complexities of Severe and Difficult Asthma with Dr Tom Fardon (Consultant Physician in Respiratory and General Internal Medicine at NHS Tayside, Chair of the National Advisory Group for Respiratory Medicine in Scotland, Clinical Lead for th…
 
Sandra Hong, MD joins Respiratory Exchange to discuss oral immunotherapy (OIT) for food allergy. She reviews the life-changing success of patients who have undergone OIT via an established program, as well as covering “early OIT,” in which children below the age of four are introduced to a food allergen in order to build up a tolerance.…
 
In this podcast Carol Stonham, PCRS Executive chair, and Ren Lawlor, PCRS education lead discuss the PCRS publication Fit to Care, which provides information on the skills, knowledge and training required to effectively and appropriately manage patients with respiratory disease in primary and intermediate care no matter what your profession is. The…
 
Carol Stonham (Primary Care Nurse and PCRS Executive Chair) is joined by Ren Lawlor (Advanced Nurse Practitioner and PCRS Education Committee Chair) to discuss the contents of the children and young people asthma care bundle are and what it means to you in clinical practice. They delve into the five core components of the document and share their t…
 
Dr. Peter Mazzone, Director of the Lung Cancer Program for the Respiratory Institute and the Lung Cancer Screening Program for Cleveland Clinic, discusses why the low-dose CT screening test for lung cancer has become the standard of care for high-risk individuals and the necessity of having a system in place to manage the scan’s findings. He also t…
 
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