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A Short Guide on Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Smoking can cause various serious diseases in humans, but warnings on cigarette packs are often ignored by smokers. Doctors say that smoking is the leading cause of illness of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). This is considered a disease that doctors do not healever, though the latest treatments. Doctors say that there is no statistical of COPD patients, either because they apply only to the family doctor, internist or the pulmonary medicine, but in Europe, every two minutes a man dies from this disease. The main battle in fighting COPD is given to tobacco, which most do not wan...

Demand for Pulmonary Hemosiderosis to Witness Rapid Surge During the Period 2018
Idiopathic Pulmonary Hemosiderosis is condition affecting lungs causing blood seepage in lung leading to formation of fibrosis. Classified under rare disease category primarily causing episodes of diffuse alveolar hemorrhage. The diagnosis of Idiopathic Pulmonary Hemosiderosis is further confirmed by bronchoscopy. Idiopathic Pulmonary Hemosiderosis treatment usually involves supportive care, respiratory therapy and oxygen supplementation. There is no specific targeted drug for Idiopathic Pulmonary Hemosiderosis treatment the treatment adopts use of Corticosteroids and Immunosuppressant. T...

What Is a Pulmonologist/Pulmonary Specialist?
 Pulmonologist OverviewA Pulmonologist, or Pulmonary Disease Specialist, is a physician who possesses specialized knowledge and skill in the diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary (lung) conditions and diseases.Pulmonology is classified as an internal medicine subspecialty. Because of the variety of clinical problems encountered, knowledge of internal medicine and other specialties is required in order to obtain certification.Education in Internal MedicineGraduation from an approved medical schoolCompletion of an ACGME (American Council for Graduate Medical Education) accre...

Growing Industrialization will influence the Lung (Pulmonary) Airway Disease Tre
Lung (Pulmonary) Airway Disease affects the airways that transport oxygen and other gases in and out of the lungs. The Lung (Pulmonary) Airway Disease narrow down or block the airways. Such breathing problems caused due to Lung (Pulmonary) Airway Disease may inhibit the body receiving sufficient oxygen. Lung (Pulmonary) Airway Disease include bronchiectasis, asthma, and COPD. People affected with Lung (Pulmonary) Airway Disease often feel as if they are breathing out through a straw. In Respiratory subdivision of NHLI, the Lung (Pulmonary) Airway Disease shares a prominent share, and it a...

All You Need to Know About Spirometry
PFT or pulmonary function test is basically the evaluation of respiratory system for identifying the severity of any type of pulmonary impairment. This test can immensely help in detecting and diagnosing severe medical conditions. PFT tests have both diagnostic and therapeutic roles in treatment of patients, who are suffering from lung diseases. These tests have been immensely helpful for clinicians in obtaining answers for questions that are connected to a patient’s medical history. These tests are mostly performed by respiratory therapists. Spirometry is the most common type of pulmona...

Good Physiotherapy treatment helps cure COPD
If you were recently diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease or COPD, your doctor may recommend physiotherapy treatment—and for good reason. Whether you’re suffering from chronic bronchitis, small airways disease, emphysema, you can benefit from a pulmonary rehabilitation programme—a big part of which is physiotherapy. Good physiotherapy treatment as part of an intensive and multidisciplinary rehabilitation programme is an effective intervention for people who are chronically restricted or incapacitated by obstructive pulmonary disease. How can physiothera...

How to Save Time with A Professional Fellowship Personal Statement Writing
You probably know that fellow places are limited when compared to the number people sending in applications. That means that if you want to get a place at a fellowship program, you have to submit a personal statement that is nothing short of perfect. However, it is always not easy to make your application stand out from other applicants. You will have to make sure that your pulmonary fellowship personal statement is perfectly written. But most of us are too busy and don’t have the time to complete such a paper. There is where the help of a professional comes in. In this post you will lea...

Information on CPR certification training
There are specific individuals who require CPR certification in order to carry out their activities in the right manner. Some of these individuals include the chiropractors, dentists, medical doctors, nurses and any other individual who is a health professional. To begin with the introduction, CPR is an abbreviation of cardiac pulmonary resuscitation and thus it is usually given to individuals whose heart has a problem. For instance, individuals who have been affected by cardiac arrest require this cardiac pulmonary resuscitation in order for the blood to start pumping to and fro in the heart....

Birth Defects from Prozac
Serious birth defects have been linked to the antidepressant drug Prozac. This drug is given to women for bulimia and obsessive compulsive disorder as well. The drug is made by Janssen Pharmaceuticals which is owned by one of the biggest drug companies in the world Johnson and Johnson. Many women are not aware that their babies birth defects may have been caused by the medication because both them and their doctors were not warned of the serious birth defects they were at risk for when taking this drug during pregnancyTragically, there have been many birth defects associated with taking this...

Birth Defects From Topamax
You may have never heard of topamax but it is a drug that is given to people who have migraines and who have seizures. It is considered an anticonvulsant drug. Compared to other antiseizure medicines on the market, it is associated with more birth defects. Unfortunately it can also have many harmful effects for the mother. This drug has been categorized by the FDA as a D risk drug which means that is will increase the risk of birth defects.This is not just a slight risk. It was found that the risk for birth defects in the unborn child is 16 times higher than if the mother was not taking Topa...

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