ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 158-174: How to Enhance the Diagnosis of Early Stages of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)? The Role of Mobile Spirometry in COPD Screening and Diagnosis—A Systematic Review
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by Piotr Jankowski, Katarzyna Mycroft, Katarzyna Górska, Piotr Korczyński, Rafał Krenke
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ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 158-174: How to Enhance the Diagnosis of Early Stages of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)? The Role of Mobile Spirometry in COPD Screening and Diagnosis—A Systematic Review Advances in Respiratory Medicine doi: 10.3390/arm92020018 Authors: Piotr Jankowski Katarzyna Mycroft Katarzyna Górska Piotr Korczyński Rafał Krenke COPD is the third leading cause of death worldwide. Its diagnosis can be made with spirometry, which is underused due to its limited accessibility. Portable spirometry holds promise for enhancing the efficacy of COPD diagnoses. The study ..read more
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ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 145-155: Outcomes and Functional Deterioration in Hospital Admissions with Acute Hypoxemia
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by Simon, Gottlieb, Burchert, Abu Isneineh, Fuehner
1M ago
ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 145-155: Outcomes and Functional Deterioration in Hospital Admissions with Acute Hypoxemia Advances in Respiratory Medicine doi: 10.3390/arm92020016 Authors: Simon Gottlieb Burchert Abu Isneineh Fuehner Background: Many hospitalized patients decline in functional status after discharge, but functional decline in emergency admissions with hypoxemia is unknown. The primary aim of this study was to study functional outcomes as a clinical endpoint in a cohort of patients with acute hypoxemia. Methods: A multicenter prospective observational study was conducted in patients with ..read more
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ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 110-122: Advancing Care in Severe Asthma: The Art of Switching Biologics
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by Silvano Dragonieri, Andrea Portacci, Vitaliano Nicola Quaranta, Giovanna Elisiana Carpagnano
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ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 110-122: Advancing Care in Severe Asthma: The Art of Switching Biologics Advances in Respiratory Medicine doi: 10.3390/arm92020014 Authors: Silvano Dragonieri Andrea Portacci Vitaliano Nicola Quaranta Giovanna Elisiana Carpagnano Biologics targeting IgE, IL-5, IL-4/IL-13, and TSLP are crucial in severe asthma treatment. Research, including randomized controlled trials and real-world studies, has been conducted to assess their efficacy and identify patient characteristics that may predict positive responses. The effectiveness of switching biologics, especially given overlaps ..read more
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ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 96-109: The Growing Understanding of the Pituitary Implication in the Pathogenesis of Long COVID-19 Syndrome: A Narrative Review
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by Ach Taieb, Ben Haj Slama Nassim, Gorchane Asma, Methnani Jabeur, Saad Ghada, Ben Abdelkrim Asma
2M ago
ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 96-109: The Growing Understanding of the Pituitary Implication in the Pathogenesis of Long COVID-19 Syndrome: A Narrative Review Advances in Respiratory Medicine doi: 10.3390/arm92010013 Authors: Ach Taieb Ben Haj Slama Nassim Gorchane Asma Methnani Jabeur Saad Ghada Ben Abdelkrim Asma Long COVID-19, also known as post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection, is a condition where individuals who have recovered from the acute phase of COVID-19 continue to experience a range of symptoms for weeks or even months afterward. While it was initially thought to primarily affect the ..read more
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ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 92-95: Administering Nitric Oxide (NO) with High Flow Nasal Cannulas: A Simple Method
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by Vladimir L. Cousin, Raphael Joye, Angelo Polito
2M ago
ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 92-95: Administering Nitric Oxide (NO) with High Flow Nasal Cannulas: A Simple Method Advances in Respiratory Medicine doi: 10.3390/arm92010012 Authors: Vladimir L. Cousin Raphael Joye Angelo Polito Inhaled nitric oxide (iNO) is a pulmonary vasodilator that plays an important clinical ICU role. The administration of iNO is usually performed through an endotracheal tube, but spontaneously breathing patients might also benefit from iNO administration. The use of the non-invasive administration of iNO through high-flow nasal cannula (HFNC) allows for NO delivery in spontaneous ..read more
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ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 89-91: Correction: Patsaki et al. Benefits from Incorporating Virtual Reality in Pulmonary Rehabilitation of COPD Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Adv. Respir. Med. 2023, 91, 324–336
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by Irini Patsaki, Vasiliki Avgeri, Theodora Rigoulia, Theodoros Zekis, George A. Koumantakis, Eirini Grammatopoulou
2M ago
ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 89-91: Correction: Patsaki et al. Benefits from Incorporating Virtual Reality in Pulmonary Rehabilitation of COPD Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Adv. Respir. Med. 2023, 91, 324–336 Advances in Respiratory Medicine doi: 10.3390/arm92010011 Authors: Irini Patsaki Vasiliki Avgeri Theodora Rigoulia Theodoros Zekis George A. Koumantakis Eirini Grammatopoulou Error in Figure 3 ..read more
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ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 77-88: Constructing a Nomogram Model to Estimate the Risk of Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia for Elderly Patients in the Intensive Care Unit
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by Wensi Gan, Zhihui Chen, Zhen Tao, Wenyuan Li
3M ago
ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 77-88: Constructing a Nomogram Model to Estimate the Risk of Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia for Elderly Patients in the Intensive Care Unit Advances in Respiratory Medicine doi: 10.3390/arm92010010 Authors: Wensi Gan Zhihui Chen Zhen Tao Wenyuan Li Background: Ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP) causes heavy losses in terms of finances, hospitalization, and death for elderly patients in the intensive care unit (ICU); however, the risk is difficult to evaluate due to a lack of reliable assessment tools. We aimed to create and validate a nomogram to estimate VAP risk to pr ..read more
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ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 66-76: Clinical Effectiveness of Ritonavir-Boosted Nirmatrelvir—A Literature Review
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by Sydney Paltra, Tim O. F. Conrad
3M ago
ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 66-76: Clinical Effectiveness of Ritonavir-Boosted Nirmatrelvir—A Literature Review Advances in Respiratory Medicine doi: 10.3390/arm92010009 Authors: Sydney Paltra Tim O. F. Conrad Nirmatrelvir/Ritonavir is an oral treatment for mild to moderate COVID-19 cases with a high risk for a severe course of the disease. For this paper, a comprehensive literature review was performed, leading to a summary of currently available data on Nirmatrelvir/Ritonavir’s ability to reduce the risk of progressing to a severe disease state. Herein, the focus lies on publ ..read more
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ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 58-65: Breathing Pattern Response after 6 Weeks of Inspiratory Muscle Training during Exercise
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by Eduardo Salazar-Martínez
3M ago
ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 58-65: Breathing Pattern Response after 6 Weeks of Inspiratory Muscle Training during Exercise Advances in Respiratory Medicine doi: 10.3390/arm92010008 Authors: Eduardo Salazar-Martínez (1) Background: The breathing pattern is defined as the relationship between the tidal volume (VT) and breathing frequency (BF) for a given VE. The aim of this study was to evaluate whether inspiratory muscle training influenced the response of the breathing pattern during an incremental effort in amateur cyclists. (2) Methods: Eighteen amateur cyclists completed an incremental test to exha ..read more
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ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 45-57: Pulmonary Embolism (PE) to Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Disease (CTEPD): Findings from a Survey of UK Physicians
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by Joanna Pepke-Zaba, Luke Howard, David G. Kiely, Shruti Sweeney, Martin Johnson
3M ago
ARM, Vol. 92, Pages 45-57: Pulmonary Embolism (PE) to Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Disease (CTEPD): Findings from a Survey of UK Physicians Advances in Respiratory Medicine doi: 10.3390/arm92010007 Authors: Joanna Pepke-Zaba Luke Howard David G. Kiely Shruti Sweeney Martin Johnson Chronic thromboembolic pulmonary disease (CTEPD) is a complication of pulmonary embolism (PE). We conducted an online survey of UK PE-treating physicians to understand practices in the follow-up of PE and awareness of CTEPD. The physicians surveyed (N = 175) included 50 each from cardiology, respiratory and inter ..read more
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