PanCan study effectively identified patients who eventually developed early-stage lung cancer, compared to other predictive models.
Results indicate that further study of the relationship between the 6-minute walk distance test and functional capacity in PAH is necessary.
The relationship between negative tuberculin skin test and in-hospital mortality has not been previously studied.
A new diagnostic test and algorithm may be able to diagnose lung cancer from tumor-educated platelets.
Recommendations to include CT scans as standard follow-up procedure is based on poor evidence.
Charleston comorbidity index is an independent predictor of mortality in patients with hemodynamically stable pulmonary embolism.
Questions involving physician-diagnosed COPD have a low sensitivity and a high specificity.
Patients who underwent lung CT screening had a higher 2-week smoking cessation rate vs patients who did not undergo screening.
Researchers examined the efficacy of digital immunoassays vs rapid influenza diagnostic tests for diagnosing influenza.
A new algorithm developed by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence was not useful for diagnosing asthma in children and adolescents.