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  • Wet Cough and Nasal Symptoms in Children: Can We Do Better? [Journal Article]
    Front Pediatr 2019; 7:459de Benedictis FM, Carloni I, … Chang AB
  • The causes of chronic cough in children are mainly dependent on the setting and age of the child. Protracted bacterial bronchitis is a frequent cause of morbidity in childhood, and antibiotic treatment is beneficial. Prompt recognition and early treatment is important both to prevent inappropriate use of asthma medications and also progression to bronchiectasis, but the diagnosis should not be ma…
  • Lung epithelium damage in COPD - An unstoppable pathological event? [Journal Article]
    Cell Signal 2020; :109540Hadzic S, Wu CY, … Kosanovic D
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a common term for alveolar septal wall destruction resulting in emphysema, and chronic bronchitis accompanied by conductive airway remodelling. In general, this disease is characterized by a disbalance of proteolytic/anti-proteolytic activity, augmented inflammatory response, increased oxidative/nitrosative stress, rise in number of apoptotic cells …
  • Characterization of infectious bronchitis virus D181, a new serotype (GII-2). [Journal Article]
    Avian Pathol 2020; :1-18Molenaar RJ, Dijkman R, de Wit JJ
  • This paper describes the characterization of a new infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) strain D181, that rapidly evolved from a low-level incidental finding in 2017 to becoming the second most isolated IBV strain in Dutch layers and breeders in 2018, as well as being found in samples from Germany and Belgium. Based on the sequence of the S gene and the results of cross-neutralisation tests, D181 ca…
  • Inferring Respiratory Minute Volume from Wrist Motion. [Journal Article]
    Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc 2019; 2019:6935-6938Alam R, Peden D, … Lach J
  • Exposure to air pollutants poses major health risk for patients with chronic pulmonary diseases such as asthma, bronchitis, and emphysema. Such risk can be mitigated by continuous exposure tracking. The effective dose of exposure is directly proportional to the respiratory minute volume, aka minute ventilation (VE). Till date, the clinical standard for measuring VE is Spirometry, a highly invasiv…
  • Arnold Nerve Reflex: Vagal Hypersensitivity in Chronic Cough with Various Causes. [Journal Article]
    Chest 2020Mai Y, Zhan C, … Chen R
  • CONCLUSIONS: A positive ANR appears to be a sign of vagal hypersensitivity and can be reversed after effective treatment of chronic cough. However, while various causes of chronic cough share a similar feature of an elevated ANR response in a minority of patients, there appears to be limited usefulness in assessing the ANR because it does not appear to be a valid predictor of etiology of chronic cough or outcome of treatment.
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