A joint effort by National Jewish Health and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, The Respiratory Institute will provide comprehensive care to patients in New York City while furthering national respiratory research, beginning October 1st.
An International Trade Commission judge ruled last week that 9 products from BMC Medical Co Ltd, a Chinese company, infringe on ResMed patents.
SonicSense could disrupt healthcare sensing applications like respiratory technology and monitoring, capnography, anaesthesia, and COPD monitoring.
In Kentucky, a researcher is exploring whether models of promoting community readiness to adopt smoke-free health policies might be effective in addressing risk factors like tobacco use and obesity.
Researchers have found that the risk of smoking while pregnant may persist past young children and into the teen years.
A University of Pennsylvania sophomore has been conducting research this summer to develop a universal pneumonia vaccine.
A paper published in the journal Nature shows seals and sea lions carried tuberculosis to Peru centuries before Europeans brought it to the Americas.
Research may ease concerns that smokers would increase their consumption of cigarettes or puff harder if governments reduced nicotine levels.
Scientists say a test should be developed to identify oesophageal cancer patients who seemed to get the marked benefit from the drug.
Researchers say oxygen saturation shouldn’t be the only factor in deciding to admit a child with a respiratory infection, and its use may need re-evaluation