Using NObreath® FENO Monitor in Asthma Care
news-medical.net A new method of asthma care through nitric oxide detection. When the airway becomes inflamed NO is generated in the lungs and then exhaled on the breath.
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Long-term Aspirin Use Reduces Severity of Acute COPD Exarcerbations
copdnewstoday.com Read about a study suggesting that the long-term use of aspirin reduces the severity of acute exacerbations and the length of hospital stays in COPD patients.
US healthcare is more expensive than other wealthy nations
dailymail.co.uk Researchers at Harvard University found the US spend nearly twice as much on health care than other wealthy countries and the main driver of these prices are salaries for physicians and nurses.
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Joint Initiative Offers Program to Help African-Americans Quit Smoking
copdnewstoday.com The American Lung Association is launching a joint effort with the National Urban League and the CVS Health Foundation to help African-Americans quit smoking, a main cause of COPD.
New Stem Cells Can Restore Lung Alveoli, May Help in COPD Research
copdnewstoday.com Find more about newly identified AEP stem cells, which were shown to restore the lining of lung alveoli in mice and which may offer a therapeutic target for COPD.
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