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In the latest episode of Respiratory Life, Brian Kent is joined by respiratory consultants Laura Gleeson and Imran Sulaiman.The panel discusses the implications of striking healthcare workers, with a particular lens on the recent strikes by nursing staff and doctors in the NHS in the UK, the subsequent implications on patient healthcare and also th…
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In the third episode of Respiratory Life, Brian Kent is joined by respiratory consultants Laura Gleeson, Imran Sulaiman and Breda Cushen. The panel discuss artificial intelligence - what it is, how its use can be applied to medicine, and potential opportunities and challenges.They then discuss a recently published New England Journal of Medicine pa…
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In the second episode of Respiratory Life, Professor Brian Kent is joined by respiratory consultants Laura Gleeson, Imran Sulaiman and Breda Cushen.The panelists discuss a recently published Lancet paper on the effects of remdesivir in patients hospitalised with COVID-19: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/la..., before then discussing the process,…
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The Respiratory Life series joins Professor Brian Kent as he explores a wide range of topics with fellow respiratory consultants - giving insight into their working lives and the many diverse interactions which impact them. Includes discussion around how respiratory clinicians interact with colleagues, patients, and the world around them.In the fir…
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In the latest ERS Podcast, Dave Singh, Mona Bafadhel and Alberto Papi disucuss the evolving role of blood eosinophil counts in COPD. Blood eosinophil counts are an established biomarker in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, helping to direct appropriate use of inhaled corticosteroids. Despite considerable evidence supporting the use of eosinoph…
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In the latest ERS Podcast Moderator Giovanni Battista Migliori is joined by Simon Tiberi and Onno Akkerman to discuss the new available options to reduce the treatment duration for drug-susceptible patients to 4 months and for MDR-TB patients to 6 months by discussing the important ongoing trials. The speakers also discuss the ideal organization of…
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Professor James Chalmers is joined by Professors Jodie Simpson and Wisia Wedzicha to discuss the role of prophylactic antibiotic treatment in the prevention of exacerbations. They review current evidence from randomised trials, demonstrating the effect of long-term antibiotic treatment on exacerbation rates and symptoms in asthma, COPD, bronchiecta…
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Prof. Sejal Saglani is joined by Dr Erol Gaillard to discuss new guidelines on the diagnosis of asthma in children, including why it was important to develop new guidelines, the overall approach recommended for diagnosis, and unmet needs that need to be addressed in future studies.By European Respiratory Society
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Professor Daiana Stolz is joined by Dr Lennie Derde, who was involved in the recent study 'Interleukin-6 Receptor Antagonists in Critically Ill Patients with Covid-19', published by the New England Journal of Medicine(NEJM). The pair discuss the use of tocilizumab in targeting interleukin-6 and assess its role in reducing the risk of invasive mecha…
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As part of the September issue, the European Respiratory Journal presents the latest in its series of podcasts, in which chief editor Marc Humbert discusses the new GINA guidelines for asthma control with Prof. Helen K. Reddel from the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, University of Sydney, Australia.…
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The European Respiratory Journal presents the thirty-third in its series of podcasts. In this recording, Prof. Robert Bals talks to ERJ chief editor Marc Humbert about The European Respiratory Society fellowship programme, and how this programme is supporting the careers of and building networks among young scientists and medics.…
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