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Wedge Resection of the Lung and Thymectomy by Thoracoscopy (Links to Full Procedure)
ERS 2017 – Asthma Hot Topics
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ERS 2017 – Asthma Hot Topics

I believe this year at ERS one of the hot topics will be digital health. We will see many more digital tools and their development and probably severe asthma is one of the research topics, and also personalised medicine which

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HOME REMEDIES FOR SEVERE COLD II AAROGYA II FUNKYARD II JYOTIKA SHARMA
Screening for Lung Cancer: One Couple’s Story
Asthma and Airways Disease Research
Tuberous sclerosis
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Tuberous sclerosis

On our Youtube channel, you’ll find a limited selection of pathology and patient videos. With Osmosis Prime, you’ll get access to over 700 videos including complete coverage of pathology and physiology and a growing collection of pharmacology and clinical reasoning

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Lung Cancer Screening at Doctors Hospital of Augusta
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Lung Cancer Screening at Doctors Hospital of Augusta

(dramatic music) – [Man] Health break is brought to you by Doctor’s Hospital. – Doctor’s Hospital is using state of the art technology to find and diagnose lung cancer as early as possible. Dr. Carmel Joseph says this process starts

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European Lung White Book: The burden of lung disease (part 2)
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European Lung White Book: The burden of lung disease (part 2)

Lung diseases are sort of one of the world’s leading causes of death, biggest killers they also cause loss of life so this can be measured in terms of years of life that are lost, or the years of productive

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Can using a range hood decrease your chance of having an asthma attack?
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Can using a range hood decrease your chance of having an asthma attack?

In the United States alone roughly 24 million people, including 6 million children, have asthma, and air pollution is a known trigger for asthma attacks. That’s because microscopic particles, called particulate matter, float around in the air, get breathed in

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