Research Article: Rehabilitation Techniques in Dysphagia Management

Research Article: Rehabilitation Techniques in Dysphagia Management

The study assessed the efficacy of old and recent rehabilitation techniques in swallowing such as thermal stimulation, electrical stimulation, acupuncture, oral strengthening, air pulses, Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

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Video: Adaptive Servo Ventilation – What’s next? by Anita K. Simonds

Video: Adaptive Servo Ventilation – What’s next? by Anita K. Simonds

This is a recording of a discussion by a panel of experts entitled New Horizons in ASV: Advancing science | informing ASV clinical practice.

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Snippet: Antiasthmatic Drugs during Pregnancy

Snippet: Antiasthmatic Drugs during Pregnancy

Women with asthma using antiasthmatics during the later part of the pregnancy have an increased risk for obstetric complications and their infants of neonatal complications.

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COPD: What causes the lungs to lose their ability to heal?

COPD: What causes the lungs to lose their ability to heal?

In chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), the patients' lungs lose their ability to repair damages on their own.

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Snippet: Diaphragmatic hernia

Snippet: Diaphragmatic hernia

Diaphragmatic hernia is one of the causes for emergency department visit of the patient with breathlessness under respiratory distress.

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Cardiorespiratory fitness needs to be measured in clinical practice, researcher says

Cardiorespiratory fitness needs to be measured in clinical practice, researcher says

Cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF), a reflection of overall cardiovascular health, should be measured in clinical practice to provide additional information for patient management.

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Snippet: Infants with moderate bronchiolitis

Snippet: Infants with moderate bronchiolitis

The combination of inhaled salbutamol and oral corticosteroids prescribed in primary care may improve progress in infants hospitalized with moderate bronchiolitis.

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Video: Case Study – UTI, Pneumonia and Febrile Neutropenia

Video: Case Study – UTI, Pneumonia and Febrile Neutropenia

This video shows medical cases of Urinary tract infection, pneumonia and febrile neutropenia that helps Doctors & Medical students.

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Researchers advance treatment of tuberculosis by targeting new enzyme

Researchers advance treatment of tuberculosis by targeting new enzyme

Researchers at Johns Hopkins report they have laid the foundation to develop novel antibiotics that work against incurable, antibiotic-resistant bacteria like tuberculosis by targeting an enzyme essential to the production and integrity of bacterial cell walls.

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Is tuberculosis an autoimmune disease?

Is tuberculosis an autoimmune disease?

Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis. While the bacteria primarily attack the lungs, they can also affect the brain, spine, kidney, and other parts

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