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L'essentiel de la littérature réçente en Pneumologie

In this heading we propose you a review of the literature through a selection of abstracts of recent original articles.
we will try to keep you informed about the last news on Pulmonology. We provide you only the summary of the article and the corresponding link, to reach the article in full text you must be registered with the corresponding review.

Click here to consult the list of the available free medical journals in lung diseases.

The role of non‐invasive biomarkers in detecting acute respiratory effects of traffic‐related air pollution Print E-mail
Friday, 22 August 2014 11:46
In conclusion, this survey of current literature displays the complexity of this research field, highlights the significance of short‐term studies on traffic pollution and gives important tips when planning studies to detect acute respiratory effects of air pollution in a non‐invasive way. (Source: Clinical and Experimental Allergy)
Review of clinical treatment of bronchiolitis in infants reveals over-reliance on one test Print E-mail
Friday, 22 August 2014 11:46
The importance of physicians using all available clinical assessment tools when considering how to treat patients is the focus of a new article. The study examined how pediatric emergency medicine physicians treat a respiratory tract infection called bronchiolitis in infants, and how they incorporate factors such as respiratory exam, imaging tools and blood tests when deciding on treatment. (Source: ScienceDaily Headlines)
Common antibiotic linked to 'tiny' rise in heart deaths Print E-mail
Friday, 22 August 2014 11:45
Conclusion The conclusion that the risk of cardiac death during the use of clarithromycin is 76% higher than that for penicillin V was based on a small number of cardiac deaths. In fact, it occurred during 0.01% of prescriptions of clarithromycin, compared with 0.005% during prescriptions for penicillin V. A death rate just a bit higher than a very small death rate is still very small. This means that from an individual point of view, the risk of cardiac death from taking either antibiotic is minimal. This study does not prove clarithromycin caused any cardiac deaths. It only showed a very small increased risk of cardiac death in the seven days after the prescription was collected in a select group of people. This did not include: antibiotic use in hospitals people with serious ...
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