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Dosing on Pediatric Asthma Drug Out of Whack?
During a pediatric asthma attack physicians rely on intravenous aminophylline. A UK study questions whether the dosing regimens have been properly researched and calls for studies that better define therapeutic ranges.
Using data from the Inner City Asthma Consortium, researchers from the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago were able to distinguish asthmatic children by the degree to which their condition could be controlled, and to make recommendations for more difficult cases.
Tuberculosis infection adds major risks for patients with HIV/AIDS. Two case studies describe what can happen to such patients.
As one of the most popular movie franchises in history, Star Wars has reached a wide range of people across the globe. Some have seen ways to apply lessons from the movies to help in the diagnosis of mental health patients.
A new study from Georgia State University examined the mechanisms by which resveratrol was able to work against Haemophilus influenzae, a major respiratory pathogen. The findings may be of use in developing non-antibiotic treatments for bacterial respiratory infections, and also for COPD and asthma therapies.
Recent research from the Duquesne University School of Nursing has shown that a relatively low-intensity intervention delivered in community settings led to significant improvements in diet, activity and general health among participants. This type of intervention approach can play a key role in promoting aging in place and preventing transition to a higher level of care.
Asthma patients who are younger, have poor mental health, or are recently diagnosed have greater treatment needs,a German study found.
The MD Magazine editors rounded up the 10 best stories from September – did you read them all?
In Finland, subarachnoid hemorrhage prevalence decreased by 45 percent and 38 percent among women and men under age 50 years, respectively. Additionally, in women and men over 50, SAH prevalence decreased by 16 percent and 26 percent, respectively. During the same period, smoking among the population aged 15-64 years decreased by about a third.

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