To what extent are asthma and COPD medicines defined as essential by WHO affordable and available in low/middle income countries? A systematic review explores this topic.
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In patients critically ill with COVID-19, what are the determinants of nitrogen balance and what is the association between nitrogen balance trajectories and outcomes?
How do COVID-19 outcomes — such as mortality and disease severity — differ among lung transplant recipients who contracted COVID-19 earlier vs later in the pandemic?
For infants with a gestational age between 22 and 23 weeks, how feasible is intubation at 10 minutes after birth or earlier — and what are the associated clinical risks?
A phase 2 trial of pirfenidone for patients with RA-ILD yielded findings on the drug’s efficacy, safety, and tolerability, despite early termination of the trial.
Is sotatercept safe and effective for pulmonary arterial hypertension over 18 to 24 months of use? Results of the PULSAR open label-extension trial address this question.
Can the pulmonary embolism severity index assess the risk for adverse events among patients hospitalized for COVID-19 who are not diagnosed with PE or VTE?
In children, does night-to-night variability in sleep parameters affect the accuracy of single-night sleep tests in diagnosing OSA?
Researchers assessed the proportion of patients with severe chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps who received dupilumab and experienced symptom-free days.
Can a best practice advisory can improve difficult airway documentation in electronic health records of patients at risk for difficult intubation?
Researchers sought to examine the drivers behind treatment inequities in children with obstructive sleep-disordered breathing.
To what extent is sick building syndrome an allergic reaction? Researchers examined cytokine production profiles of patients with ocular manifestations of SBS.
Which prognostic models or indicators effectively predict critical care outcomes among patients hospitalized for COVID-19 pneumonia?
Researchers assessed the safety and effectiveness of twice-daily dolutegravir dosing plus rifampicin in children with HIV-associated tuberculosis infection.
Do female patients undergoing percutaneous thrombectomy for pulmonary embolism experience worse morbidity and mortality rates than male patients?
Should clofazimine remain a “second-choice agent” for treating patients with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis? A meta-analysis reviews the current evidence.
Researchers assessed the safety and efficacy of the QazCovid-in COVID-19 vaccine.
Researchers assessed the diagnostic accuracy of nanopore sequencing for the early identification of pulmonary tuberculosis.
Researchers assessed antibody responses among health care workers 9 months after COVID-19 vaccination.
Researchers assessed the clinical features of older vs younger adults who visited the emergency department for suspected fever after COVID-19 vaccination.
Researchers assessed the association between dexamethasone treatment and the occurrence of superinfections among patients with severe COVID-19.
Researchers assessed the safety and immunogenicity of Nanocovax, a novel COVID-19 vaccine candidate.
Researchers assessed variations among clinical practice guidelines on the management of COVID-19 in children.
Researchers compared the effect of Gram stain-guided antibiotics with guideline-based antibiotics for the treatment of patients with ventilator-associated pneumonia.
Researchers assessed whether the Bacille Calmette-Guérin tuberculosis vaccine could protect older adults from COVID-19 and other respiratory tract infections.
How effective is the ePNa, an electronic clinical decision-making support tool, when used in patients with pneumonia in the ED?
Investigators conducted a meta-analysis that compared the safety and efficacy of high-dose rifamycin with standard-dose rifamycin in individuals with active tuberculosis infection.
Investigators conducted a study to determine the accuracy of self-reported taste impairment via psychophysical evaluation in patients with long-haul COVID-19 infection.
Investigators conducted a study to assess the relationship between lung function, asthma, and DNA methylation and exposure to Ascaris lumbricoides infection.
Researchers evaluated the effect of sarilumab treatment on the outcomes of patients hospitalized with moderate to severe COVID-19 pneumonia.
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