Pulmonology

Dupilumab Reduces Asthma Exacerbation Rates

August 08, 2020

Article

Dupilumab significantly reduces exacerbation rates in patients with asthma compared to standard of care.

GDC-0214 Well-Tolerated for Patients with Mild Asthma

August 08, 2020

Article

In a study presented virtually at ATS 2020, investigators find 15 mg of the study drug resulted in a 43% decrease in FeNO.

Autopsies, Biopsies Link Lung Injuries to E-Cigarette Use 

August 07, 2020

Article

A new case study  assesses biopsy and autopsy tissues to characterize pathological patterns in suspected EVALI cases .

Tezepelumab Helps Reduce Severe Asthma Exacerbations

August 07, 2020

Article

In a study presented at ATS 2020, investigators test 3 different dosing regimens of tezepelumab in asthma patients with both high and low levels of IL-5 and IL-13.

The 4 Mistakes Made by the US in COVID-19 Response

August 07, 2020

Article

A famed virologist weighs in on the country's earliest shortcomings—and how they can still be resolved today.

Nirsevimab Shows Promise in Preventing RSV Infections in Preterm-Born Infants

August 06, 2020

Article

A one-time intramuscular dose of the investigative drug was linked to reduced medical attention and hospitalizations related to RSV.

Older, Male Asthmatics at Greater COVID-19 Severity Risk

August 05, 2020

Article

New findings suggest differing chronic lung diseases are associated with varying risk factors among COVID-19 patients.

COVID-19 Complications & Searches for a Cure with Dr. David Ho

August 04, 2020

Podcast

World-leading virologist and AIDS researcher David Ho, MD, joins the inaugural podcast episode.

How VTE Screening Can Be Improved

July 31, 2020

Video

A discussion on how thromboembolism research and care could benefit from progression in diagnostics.

New Data Expands the Risk Pool for Mortality From Elevated Pulmonary Artery Pressure

July 30, 2020

Article

Patients with a mPAP of at least 19 mm Hg and pulmonary artery wedge pressure of 15 mm Hg or less had an adjusted hazard ratio for mortality of 1.71.

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