Asthma Perspective

 
 
  • Malpractice Case: Staff Activities That Could Lead to Problems Physicians can be challenged to know in detail all of the activities occurring within a busy medical practice. But an occasional check on regular procedures is a good place to start.
  • ACAAI 2018 Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from ACAAI 2018.
  • Biology of Asthma and Biologics: A Primer Dr Aaron Holley provides a brief overview of asthma and the basics of biologic therapy that targets different levels of the asthmatic response.
  • Asthma Emergencies: A Guide to Treating Exacerbations   Drs Sidney Braman and Navitha Ramesh on what you need to do for potentially dangerous asthma attacks, from onset to discharge.
  • LABAs and Inhaled Steroids: Safety Data Are Finally In A meta-analysis led to the removal of the black box warning on combining LABAs with inhaled glucocorticoids
  • Asthma-COPD Overlap: Managing This Critical Disease   Dr Navitha Ramesh provides her perspective on how best to treat patients with these dual airway diseases.
  • Time Out! A Close Look at Antibiotic Use in LTC Clinical cases illustrate the overuse of antibiotics to treat radiographic findings and lab reports, especially when prescribing over the phone.
  • Vitamin D Supplementation and Wheeze in Infants Some studies have suggested that vitamin D supplementation in infancy may not affect wheeze or eczema incidence. But maybe the correct interpretation is that one size does not fit all?
  • CHEST 2018 Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from CHEST 2018.
  • Environmental Risks: How Do We Protect Kids? Food additives, plastics, heavy metals, greenhouse gases. The list of toxins that can hurt kids is daunting. Medscape spoke with an expert about ways to mitigate risk.
  • Neurogenic Cough: New Insights   Dr David Johnson on the treatment of patients locked into a cycle of coughing.
  • ERS 2018 Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from ERS 2018.
  • The Drugs We Prescribe to Kids: What Has Changed? Some interesting trends in drug prescribing to children showed up in a recent national survey.
  • Biologic Agents Are Changing the Landscape of Severe Asthma A fourth biologic for severe eosinophilic asthma may soon be available. Who is a candidate for this therapy and what effects can you expect?
  • Three Common Comorbidities With Asthma   Drs Sidney Braman and Linda Rogers discuss the comorbidities of reflux, rhinitis, and sleep apnea that are associated with asthma and whether treating them has a positive impact on outcomes.
  • Probiotics in Kids: What Is the Evidence?   Dr Maria R. Mascarenhas reviews the indications for and effectiveness of probiotics in the prevention and treatment of acute and nonacute gastrointestinal and extraintestinal disorders.
  • Is EOE Part of the Allergic March?   New research suggests that eosinophilic esophagitis is a previously unidentified step in the allergic march.
  • 'Revolutionary' Biologics for Asthma--Big Benefit, Big Cost Excitement surrounding new biologics for severe asthma is tempered by their high cost, says Dr Gary Stadtmauer. When is it time to consider their use?
  • Integrative Medicine in Pediatrics: An Overview of What We Know   The head of integrative medicine at CHOP provides a quick overview of the many integrative therapies with a potential role in the care of children.
  • GERD: Expert Panels Offer New Advice for Management   Dr David Johnson summarizes guidance from a couple recent reports, and shares his own pearls of experience, for treating these frequently encountered patients.
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