respiratory disease

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Further, the report states that automation in respiratory disease testing is fast gaining momentum due to its limited turnaround time.
SUKKUR -- Over 10 million Pakistanis have been suffering from different respiratory diseases which are increasing due to air pollution, cigarette, occupational exposure and shortage of medicines.
combination therapy for COPD and other respiratory diseases 9
THE health of Delhiites has been hit hard by air pollution, with the number of deaths and cardiovascular and respiratory diseases linked to the menace shooting up in recent years.
He said: "Lifestyle factors can increase the risk of getting a respiratory disease.
The acquisition, which could engage additional payments of up to $590 million if sales and drug development targets are met, provides AstraZeneca access to new treatments for respiratory diseases.
Some of the increase in respiratory disease deaths could be due to a change in the way the World Health Organization classifies and codes deaths.
The study found that patients with respiratory diseases had worse periodontal health than the control group, suggesting a relationship between respiratory disease and periodontal disease.
7 deaths per 100,000 men and 64 per 100,000 women from respiratory diseases compared to an EU average of 63.
Respiratory diseases research at NIOSH; reviews of research programs of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.
We conducted an investigation to verify and validate the utility of a triage CC-based EDSS in southeastern Ontario as a tool for monitoring respiratory disease by comparing it retrospectively with data from NACRS and Telehealth Ontario.
The epidemiological features and the risk factors discussed in this publication should be an eye opener to everybody involved in health care especially from Indian subcontinent and the time has come to launch national chronic respiratory disease control programmes in India.
Association between early life history of respiratory disease and morbidity and mortality in adulthood.
These links are not evidence for a specific cause, but do serve to highlight certain aspects of greyhound life that may be risk factors for developing respiratory disease and are worth noting as each trainer considers the best way to protect their kennel and kennel strength against contracting the infection.
Respiratory disease was not identified as a health priority however, despite the fact chronic respiratory diseases including asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), bronchiectasis and obstructive sleep apnoea significantly impact on our population's health.
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