respiratory disease


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In 2015, around 15% of adults in Wales were being treated for a respiratory condition and respiratory diseases caused more than 16% of all deaths in Wales.
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The recently-released report, The impact of respiratory disease in New Zealand: 2016 update, commissioned by the Asthma and Respiratory Foundation, states that across all respiratory health indicators, "by far the most relentless and disturbing pattern" was the high degree of inequality.
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Governments are implementing various health schemes to reduce the death rate caused due to respiratory disease and disorders.
Technavio's analysts forecast the global respiratory disease testing market to grow at a CAGR of 7.
Roche Holding AG, a Switzerland based global healthcare company, announced yesterday that it is to showcase its more than 25 years of research experience in respiratory disease at the 25th International Congress of the European Respiratory Society (ERS), which takes place from 25 to 29 September 2015, in Amsterdam.
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.
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.
Half of the participants were hospitalized patients with a respiratory disease such as pneumonia, COPD, or acute bronchitis, and the other half were healthy control subjects with no history of respiratory disease.
But deaths from respiratory diseases - including flu, pneumonia, chronic lower respiratory disease, bronchitis, emphysema and asthma - are higher in the UK than in any other EU country.
This review of respiratory disease research performed by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) evaluates the strategic goals of the program such as the prevention and reduction of work-related airway diseases, interstitial lung diseases and respiratory malignancies.
By using alternative, electronic data sources (1), real-time syndromic surveillance systems have the potential to detect outbreaks of respiratory disease before conventional diagnosis- and laboratory-based surveillance identifies them.
The WHO advocates an integrated approach that combines chronic respiratory disease prevention and management with a similar approach for heart diseases, stroke, diabetes mellitus and other chronic diseases, as this approach has been found to be cost-effective.
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