CHEST 2015

CHEST 2015 | CHEST 2015

CHEST 2015 will feature original chest medicine investigative research from around the world, case-based learning sessions that offer solutions to real-world clinical problems, and in-depth presentations and information that can be applied to advance patient care in daily practice.

Conference Coverages

Q&A With Barbara A. Phillips From University of Kentucky: CHEST Takes Educating Doctors To Global Levels
Q&A With Barbara A. Phillips From University of Kentucky: CHEST Takes Educating Doctors To Global Levels VIDEO
Looking to be the "Global Leader" in clinical education in pulmonary critical care and sleep medicine can be a daunting task but with their annual meeting the team at CHEST looks to impart the latest information to their members to provide the best care for patients.
Q&A With Danny McBryan From Boehringer Ingelheim: New Data Shows COPD Medication Could Help Asthma Patients Better Manage Symptoms VIDEO
Asthma is a common problem in the medical community and even while there are many treatment options on the market, controlling symptoms of the condition continues to be an issue for patients and doctors alike.
Q&A With Danny McBryan From Boehringer Ingelheim: Patients With IPF Have First Signs of Hope With Approval of New Medication VIDEO
In the world of pulmonary conditions idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis is among the rarest, and up until recently there were no treatments available to help these patients. With the approval of OFEV there is now something that can be done while more research is conducted.
Q&A With Danny McBryan From Boehringer Ingelheim: Stiolto Provides New Treatment Option For Patients With COPD VIDEO
With the number of patients diagnosed with COPD continuing to grow new treatment options are also needed to help these patients maintain a sustainable quality of life.
Q&A With Alex Niven From University of Washington: As Healthcare Changes Interdisciplinary Approaches Become More Valuable to Doctors And Patients VIDEO
While the days of the solo practitioner hanging a shingle in their hometown winds to an end the healthcare community is now turning its attention to how teams can provide the best level of care to patients.
Q&A With Alex Niven From University of Washington: Through Educational Programming CHEST Looks To Boost Knowledge of Doctors VIDEO
Even as the annual CHEST meeting moved across the border to Montreal the goal of the event was the same, to provide education to attendees on a wide range of topics.
VAP Prevention Gets New, Effective Technologies
Ventilators are life-saving breathing devices that are essential in some situations; but ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP)? It's fair to say that we would all happily do without.
Progress Made Towards Early Detection of VAP
Technology may have a hand in promoting disease, but it's also the thing that helps prevent, stop, and treat it.
Driving Risk Factors Behind Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia
Ventilators that help patients breathe can be life-saving devices; however, they also have the power to cause deadly ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP).

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