is one of the most significant contributors to poor quality of life and is an independent predictor of disease progression in IPF.
Habituation, I think, is a very, very big part of what happens to people who have chronic cough
A careful history and thorough physical examination are critical in the evaluation of a patient with chronic cough
The guidance aims to help doctors distinguish between a acute and chronic coughs
The screenings increase asthma awareness and help people recognize the signs of the disease, which might only be a chronic cough
Comment: Chronic cough
is a common condition with known and easily diagnosed causes and successful treatments the majority of the time.
Over the course of 1 year, the researchers evaluated the antitussive effect of the chest band worn for 8 hours a day in 56 patients with chronic cough
due to a variety of conditions.
His talk highlighted the assessment of laryngeal function in patients with unresolved chronic cough
despite being previously treated.
Symptoms can include chest tightness, chronic cough
, and excessive phlegm.
It includes information on the exam, a checklist of interpersonal and communication skills, and eight cases that demonstrate how to approach the exam, on chronic cough
, diabetic follow-up, blood in the stool, shoulder pain, chest pain, depression, headache, and tremor.
VRP700, a novel treatment for chronic cough
which has recently completed
The classic symptoms are a chronic cough
with blood-tinged sputum, fever, night sweats and weight loss.
Based on our findings, we conclude that the PCQ is a valid and reliable instrument with which to follow children with chronic cough
While past research has shown that workers in a cotton mill tend to develop shortness of breath, chronic cough
, and other health problems, some scientists also noted less lung cancer than they had expected.
Cough of less than 3 weeks' duration is classified as acute, whereas subacute cough lasts 3-8 weeks and chronic cough
is defined as persisting for more than 8 weeks.