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Innovative bronchoscopic treatments for respiratory patients

Innovative bronchoscopic treatments for respiratory patients are continuing to evolve and can bring significant additional benefits for appropriate patients, the...
Innovative bronchoscopic treatments for respiratory patients

Pulmonary rehabilitation should be more widely available

Pulmonary rehabilitation should be made more widely available for respiratory patients, the 2021 ITS ScientificMeeting heard. Noted expert in the...
Pulmonary rehabilitation should be more widely available

Lung cancer screening should be rolled out as a priority, ITS hears

Lung cancer screening with lowdose CT (LDCT) in high-risk populations has been proven to save lives, is cost effective and...
Lung cancer screening should be rolled out as a priority, ITS hears

Diffuse cystic lung diseases underdiagnosed

Diffuse cystic lung diseases (DCLDs) are not as rare as commonly believed and are probablyunderdiagnosed in Ireland, thus increased clinician...
Diffuse cystic lung diseases underdiagnosed

Remote home monitoring of Covid-19 patients

Irish Thoracic Society, Annual Scientific Meeting, 3-4 December 2020 This year’s Irish Thoracic Society Annual Scientific Meeting, which took place...
Remote home monitoring of Covid-19 patients

Persisting symptoms in Covid-19

Irish Thoracic Society, Annual Scientific Meeting, 3-4 December 2020 Dr Caoimhe Leneghan and Dr Jane O’Connor from Our Lady of...
Persisting symptoms in Covid-19

Moving towards personalised therapy for obstructive sleep apnoea

Irish Thoracic Society, Annual Scientific Meeting, 3-4 December 2020 Prof Atul Malhotra from the University of California, San Diego, was...
Moving towards personalised therapy for obstructive sleep apnoea

Perioperative bronchoalveolar lavage in thoracic surgery decreases length of stay in hospital

Dr Ghaith Qsous from St Vincent's University Hospital, Dublin, presented his findings on perioperative bronchoalveolar lavage in thoracic surgery. He...
Perioperative bronchoalveolar lavage in thoracic surgery decreases length of stay in hospital

UPDATE Journal- Respiratory Medicine

UPDATE Journal- Respiratory Medicine

No time to catch a breath for respiratory services

Irish Thoracic Society Annual Scientific Meeting, 3 – 4 December 2020 Paul Mulholland talks to President of the Irish Thoracic...
No time to catch a breath for respiratory services
Innovative bronchoscopic treatments for respiratory patients Innovative bronchoscopic treatments for respiratory patients
Innovative bronchoscopic treatments for respiratory patients are continuing to evolve and can bring significant additional benefits for appropriate patients, the...
Pulmonary rehabilitation should be more widely available Pulmonary rehabilitation should be more widely available
Pulmonary rehabilitation should be made more widely available for respiratory patients, the 2021 ITS ScientificMeeting heard. Noted expert in the...
Lung cancer screening should be rolled out as a priority, ITS hears Lung cancer screening should be rolled out as a priority, ITS hears
Lung cancer screening with lowdose CT (LDCT) in high-risk populations has been proven to save lives, is cost effective and...
Diffuse cystic lung diseases underdiagnosed Diffuse cystic lung diseases underdiagnosed
Diffuse cystic lung diseases (DCLDs) are not as rare as commonly believed and are probablyunderdiagnosed in Ireland, thus increased clinician...
Remote home monitoring of Covid-19 patients Remote home monitoring of Covid-19 patients
Irish Thoracic Society, Annual Scientific Meeting, 3-4 December 2020 This year’s Irish Thoracic Society Annual Scientific Meeting, which took place...
Persisting symptoms in Covid-19 Persisting symptoms in Covid-19
Irish Thoracic Society, Annual Scientific Meeting, 3-4 December 2020 Dr Caoimhe Leneghan and Dr Jane O’Connor from Our Lady of...
Moving towards personalised therapy for obstructive sleep apnoea Moving towards personalised therapy for obstructive sleep apnoea
Irish Thoracic Society, Annual Scientific Meeting, 3-4 December 2020 Prof Atul Malhotra from the University of California, San Diego, was...
Perioperative bronchoalveolar lavage in thoracic surgery decreases length of stay in hospital Perioperative bronchoalveolar lavage in thoracic surgery decreases length of stay in hospital
Dr Ghaith Qsous from St Vincent's University Hospital, Dublin, presented his findings on perioperative bronchoalveolar lavage in thoracic surgery. He...
UPDATE Journal- Respiratory Medicine UPDATE Journal- Respiratory Medicine
No time to catch a breath for respiratory services No time to catch a breath for respiratory services
Irish Thoracic Society Annual Scientific Meeting, 3 – 4 December 2020 Paul Mulholland talks to President of the Irish Thoracic...

Innovative bronchoscopic treatments for respiratory patients

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Innovative bronchoscopic treatments for respiratory patients are continuing to evolve and can bring significant additional benefits for appropriate patients, the 2021 ITS Annual Scientific Meeting was told. Prof Dirk-Jan Slebos, Professor of Interventional Pulmonology, University Medical Centre Groningen, Netherlands, who has extensive knowledge and research in the area, gave a comprehensive overview of bronchoscopic interventions…

Pulmonary rehabilitation should be more widely available

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Pulmonary rehabilitation should be made more widely available for respiratory patients, the 2021 ITS ScientificMeeting heard. Noted expert in the area, Prof Thierry Troosters, Professor in Rehabilitation Sciences, KU Leuven, Belgium, provided an update on pulmonary rehabilitation and its beneficial role in many respiratory conditions. He pointed out that pulmonary rehabilitation has been shown beyond…

Lung cancer screening should be rolled out as a priority, ITS hears

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Lung cancer screening with lowdose CT (LDCT) in high-risk populations has been proven to save lives, is cost effective and should be rolled out in Europe without further delay, the 2021 ITS Scientific Meeting heard from a renowned international expert in the area. Prof Harry de Koning, Professor of Public Health and Screening Evaluation, Erasmus…

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