Search results for "Asthma"

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Incentives research must balance carrots and sticks

May is Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month, and our story focuses in on diagnosing and treating environmental allergens.
May 2016

Wearable tech shows promise in clinical care

Wearable devices could also offer people with diabetes the possibility of continuously monitoring their blood glucose levels and allow people with asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease to measure their ability
November 2015

Time to curb the rising costs of prescription drugs

As another example, I cited a 40-year-old woman with asthma who cannot afford her preventive and rescue inhalers due to their high cost and her high-deductible plan. ... I pointed out that lack of adherence will lead to asthma exacerbations and potential
October 2016

Project ECHO expands the reach of primary care

Project ECHO is now being used for more than 10 different conditions in New Mexico: asthma, chronic pain, diabetes and cardiovascular risk reduction, high-risk pregnancy, HIV/AIDS, mental illness, pediatric
September 2011

Internists taking primary care to the streets

Hypertension, diabetes, trauma, dermatologic problems—those would be the top ones. Plenty of asthma and COPD,” said Dr.
March 2008

Decision-making rules for diagnosing PE may save lives

People can come to primary care and have something that might appear like bronchitis, asthma, flu or other types of minor respiratory illnesses,” Dr.
March 2013

Use your hands, not just your mind, at Internal Medicine 2010

On Tuesday, “Fundamentals of Mechanical Ventilation” will serve as a refresher on topics such as the management of ARDS and asthma patients.
March 2010

MKSAP Quiz: 6-month history of exertional dyspnea

She has not noticed any particular triggers for her cough. She has no history of asthma, airway disease, reflux, or aspiration. ... She works as a computer programmer. She has no family history of atopy or asthma, and she takes no medications.
July 2014

QD: News Every Day: Believing in placebos?

Meanwhile, according to the authors of the New England Journal of Medicine study, clinicians perhaps shouldn't stake too much faith on asthma patients' self-reports of improvement. ... be interpreted with caution and that objective outcomes should be
August 2020

Flu me once

We can overshoot in our zeal to banish potential infectious agents, and the result may be other ills, from allergies, to asthma, to serious autoimmune diseases.
August 2020

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