Pulmonary & Respiratory Medicine Open Access

Pulmonary & Respiratory Medicine Open Access

SARS-like Infection Targets Units in Human Aviation Route

An infection that rose in the Middle East a year ago, bringing on severe respiratory situations, kidney flop and even demise near numerous persons it spoiled, was progressing passage by hooking onto an atom discovered on the surface of certain units profound in the human aviation route. Read more…

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Posted by Mehaboobi - 08/04/2013 at 05:44

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One-Lung Ventilation (OLV)

One-lung ventilation (OLV) is the method of separating one lung from another and each lung functions independently by preparing the airways. OLV used for the protection of healthy lung from damaged lung, diversion of ventilation from infected airway or lung, and Improved exposure of surgical field. Read more…

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Posted by Devis - 25/01/2013 at 02:25

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What is Sore Throat? What is Strep?

We all know that winter air, seasonal allergies, or a cold may cause burning feeling in the throat but sometimes the convict is strep throat, which is an infection due to streptococcus (strep) bacteria.A sore throat is the sign of cold and goes away after one or two days Read more…

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Posted by Devis - 21/12/2012 at 06:12

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Nasal Irrigation for Sinus Infections

Nasal Irrigation may help to the people suffering from chronic sinus problems. It is a method of flushing saline solution into one nostril, flows through the nasal cavity and drain out of other nostril, it wash out mucus, debris, and allergens from the nose and sinuses. Read more…

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Posted by Devis - 12/12/2012 at 06:54

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Pneumoconiosis Lung Disease

Pneumoconiosis is a lung diseases resulting from the inhalation of inorganic dust. Silicosis, Anthracosis, Asbestosis, Byssinosis, Bagassosis, and Farmer’s lung are the different types of Pneumoconiosis. Read more…

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Posted by Devis - 27/11/2012 at 00:38

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Pulmonary tuberculosis (TB)

Tuberculosis is a disease caused by M.tuberculosis and rarely M.bovis a rod shaped gram positive bacterium which are most commonly found in the lungs, but sometimes they can move to any part of the body. Read more…

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Posted by Devis - 21/11/2012 at 05:33

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