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COPD Often Hidden in HIV Patients
There is emergent need to improve recognition and management of COPD in HIV-infected patients. Details here.
Post-9/11 Airway Disease Risk Persisted At Least Five Years
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COPD Risk Inflated by Obesity, and Underweight
A new study shows that the risk of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease increases with obesity. Yet, the risk was increased in underweight persons as well.
Low-dose Opioids Safe for Severe COPD
While high-dose opioids may be deadly, lower doses may be safe for symptom reduction in severe respiratory disease. For those with milder COPD, a new treatment is in testing.
Preventing COPD Exacerbations by Restoring Antiviral Response
High doses of N-acetylcysteine improve small airway function in patients with COPD. The unresolved question is why.
Drug Offers Novel Approach for Airway Diseases
For patients with asthma or COPD, PL554 has the potential to both reverse bronchodilation and reduce inflammation more quickly and with fewer adverse effects.
COPD Exacerbations Reduced With Short Corticosteroid Course
Patients respond to 5 days of corticosteroid therapy just as well as to 14 days of therapy, according to a study.
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