ATS 2017 Coverage
A case report describes a woman who presented to the emergency room 12 hours after choking while taking her iron supplement which caused severe cough and wheezing.
Upon x-ray, clinicians identified a displaced intrauterine device in the patient's abdominal cavity.
Annual number of patients who died from COPD while in the hospital decreased 62 percent from 2005-2014.
Following multiple tick and mosquito bites, a male patient experienced severe anaphylaxis and hypotention following the ingestion of mammalian meat or dairy products.
The patient presented with obesity and reduction in bilateral hip flexion strength and shoulder abduction.
More than 300,000 individual ICU stays were examined to determine the benefit of ICU volume related to ARDS outcomes.
While directly observed therapy is standard care in TB, study data confirms the efficacy of this treatment method.
Lung cancer diagnosis raised the odds of suicide by over four times in comparison to the general population according to a study presented at annual meeting of ATS.
Angiotensin II decreased the requirement to use catecholamines in patients with vasodilatory shock.
Multiple studies presented at ATS 2017 indicated that indacaterol/glycoptrrolate inhaler therapy results in clinically significant improvements in COPD-related quality of life.