Journal of Clinical Respiratory Diseases & Care: Open Access

ISSN: 2472-1247

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    Impact Of SARS CoV2 Infection On Pulmonary Gas Exchange And Exercise Capacity In Patients With Mild To Severe COVID-19.

    Oliver Noga, M Matthias Krüll and Mitra L. Neymeyer

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      A Brief Note on HIV-Uninfected Kids in African Nation with Chest-Indrawing Respiratory Illness

      Chandu Nelapudi

      Despite its high burden and deadly consequences, medical specialty respiratory illness is troublesome to diagnose and to predict the prognosis, notably in resource-constrained settings. the planet Health Organization (WHO) recommends that medical specialty respiratory illness be diagnosed supported clinical signs and symptoms like cough, problem respiration, quick respiration, chest indrawing, and danger signs victimisation Integrated Management of Childhood diseases (IMCI) tips. (World Health Organization (WHO) 2014) but, designation respiratory illness supported subjective, nonspecific and unreliable signs and symptoms will prove difficult. Chest-indrawing respiratory illness presents as non-severe (without danger signs) and severe respiratory illness (with danger signs and/ or different signs of metabolism distress). Unclear is that kids with non-severe respiratory illness can deteriorate and which is able to improve. tries are undertaken to develop risk score models to spot clinical signs that predict progression, and studies have known factors together with in no time respiration and low chemical element saturation (SpO2), among others. Typically, this work utilizes measurements from one time purpose, or daily measurements.

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        World Health Organization Prevention Strategy

        Brooke Smits

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          Anesthetic Management of Subglottic Stenosis Procedures using High Flow Nasal Oxygen (HFNO)

          Ejaz Khan*

          High flow nasal oxygenation recently emerged as a technique for providing surgical field free from anesthetic airway devices. HFNO is used for pre oxygenation as well as sustained apneic oxygenation in patients with difficult airways undergoing airway surgeries. Moreover, it provides improved surgical field view and better accessibility compared to standard anesthetic technique. Here we discuss the clinical application and advantages of using HFNO as well as our institutional practice in utilizing HFNO in subglottic stenosis procedures. Airway management during endoscopic treatment of airway stenosis can be managed either with intermittent apnea, spontaneous ventilation through facemask or repeated endotracheal intubations between brief treatment intervals

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            A Guide to Pulmonary Rehabilitation and Regaining Control

            Ripoll Cristina

            Every breath we take is a fundamental part of life, but for those who struggle with respiratory conditions, even the simplest act of breathing can become a daunting challenge. Pulmonary rehabilitation is a comprehensive program designed to empower individuals with lung diseases to regain control over their breath, improve their quality of life and lead more fulfilling lives. In this article, we will explore the key aspects of pulmonary rehabilitation, its benefits and how it plays a crucial role in helping patients breathe easier. Breathing is an essential and often taken-for-granted aspect of life. However, for those battling respiratory conditions, each breath can be a challenge. Pulmonary rehabilitation is a comprehensive program designed to empower patients to reclaim control over their breath, enhance their quality of life and regain their independence. In this article, we will delve into the world of pulmonary rehabilitation, exploring its vital role in helping patients breathe freely and live life to the fullest.

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            Pulmonary Fibrosis Research: Exploring New Hope for Patients

            Juneja Deven

            Pulmonary fibrosis is a devastating lung disease that affects millions of individuals worldwide. It is characterized by the scarring and stiffening of lung tissue, which progressively impairs a person's ability to breathe. Until recently, treatment options for pulmonary fibrosis have been limited, offering little more than palliative care. However, the landscape of pulmonary fibrosis research is evolving rapidly, providing new hope for patients and their families. Before delving into the latest advancements in pulmonary fibrosis research, it is essential to understand the disease itself. Pulmonary fibrosis is a complex condition with several potential causes, including exposure to environmental toxins, genetics, autoimmune disorders and viral infections. Regardless of the initial trigger, the end result is the same: the excessive buildup of scar tissue (fibrosis) in the lungs, which hampers their ability to function properly.

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            Revolutionizing Lung Cancer: Advances in Early Detection and Treatment

            Chan Joyce

            Lung cancer remains a global health challenge, accounting for more deaths than any other cancer worldwide. The importance of early detection and treatment cannot be overstated, as it significantly improves patient outcomes. Over the years, researchers and medical professionals have been working tirelessly to revolutionize lung cancer care. This article explores the ground-breaking advances in early detection and treatment that are reshaping the landscape of lung cancer care. Lung cancer research is a critical field of study aimed at understanding the causes, risk factors, early detection methods and innovative treatment options for one of the deadliest forms of cancer worldwide. This research is instrumental in improving the lives of those affected by lung cancer and reducing its devastating impact.

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            Exploring the Latest Insights into Air Pollution\'s Effects on Respiratory Health

            Sirota Marina

            The air we breathe is essential for life, yet its quality can vary dramatically from place to place and time to time. In recent years, air pollution has emerged as a pressing global issue, posing significant risks to human health, particularly respiratory health. While the link between air pollution and respiratory problems has long been recognized, recent research has shed new light on the intricate mechanisms and long-term consequences of exposure to pollutants. The human respiratory system, an intricate network of organs and tissues, is the frontline defender of our bodies against the constant assault of airborne pollutants. It serves as a vital gateway for oxygen intake and carbon dioxide removal, ensuring our survival. However, in the face of increasing air pollution, this essential system finds itself under siege.

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            Stem Cell Research and Lung Regeneration: A Promising Frontier in Respiratory Medicine

            Dong Wenbin

            The human respiratory system is a marvel of biological engineering, allowing us to breathe effortlessly and efficiently. However, lung diseases and disorders can significantly compromise our ability to breathe, leading to serious health issues and even death. While medical advancements have made remarkable strides in treating respiratory conditions, there remains a significant unmet need for effective therapies. Stem cell research and lung regeneration have emerged as a promising frontier in respiratory medicine, offering hope for patients with debilitating lung diseases. Stem cells are undifferentiated cells with the unique ability to transform into various specialized cell types. They serve as the body's natural repair and regeneration system, replenishing damaged or aging cells in different tissues and organs. In the context of lung regeneration, researchers focus on two main types of stem cells: embryonic stem cells and adult stem cells.

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            The Link between Smoking and Bronchial Asthma: Breaking the Habit for Better Lung Health

            Ambasta Anshu

            In an era where health-consciousness and well-being have become paramount, the dangers of smoking are no secret. Smoking is one of the leading causes of preventable deaths worldwide, contributing to a range of health issues, including cardiovascular diseases, cancer and respiratory problems. Among these respiratory problems, bronchial asthma stands out as a condition that is closely intertwined with smoking. Bronchial asthma, often referred to simply as asthma, is a chronic respiratory condition characterized by inflammation and narrowing of the airways. This narrowing makes it difficult for individuals with asthma to breathe, leading to symptoms such as coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath and chest tightness. Asthma can range from mild to severe and is often triggered by various factors, including allergies, respiratory infections and exposure to irritants.

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            The Role of Allergies in Bronchial Asthma: Triggers and Treatment

            Anema Ander

            Bronchial asthma is a chronic respiratory condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It is characterized by recurrent episodes of wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath and chest tightness. While various factors can contribute to the development of asthma, allergies play a significant role as both triggers and contributors to the condition. Asthma is a multifactorial disease and allergic sensitization is one of its most well-established risk factors. Allergies occur when the immune system overreacts to usually harmless substances, such as pollen, dust mites, pet dander, or certain foods. This hypersensitivity can lead to a cascade of events within the respiratory system, ultimately resulting in asthma symptoms. Central to the allergic asthma response are inflammation and bronchoconstriction, two interconnected processes that have a profound impact on the airways.

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            The Role of Genetics in Respiratory Diseases: Insights from Recent Studies

            Isath Ameesha

            Respiratory diseases have long been a global health concern, affecting millions of people worldwide and accounting for a significant burden on healthcare systems. These conditions, which encompass a wide range of disorders such as asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), cystic fibrosis, and interstitial lung diseases, can severely impact an individual's quality of life. While environmental factors like pollution and smoking have long been recognized as contributors to respiratory diseases, recent research has shed light on the pivotal role that genetics plays in their development and progression. In this article, we will explore the latest insights into the role of genetics in respiratory diseases, highlighting how this knowledge is advancing our understanding and treatment of these conditions.

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            Tracking Lung Function: How to Measure and Interpret Peak Expiratory Flow Rate

            Sarkar Biswarti

            Lung health is a crucial aspect of overall well-being, as our respiratory system plays a vital role in supplying oxygen to the body. Monitoring lung function is essential, especially for individuals with respiratory conditions like asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), or those at risk of lung-related problems. One valuable tool in assessing lung function is Peak Expiratory Flow Rate (PEFR). Peak expiratory flow rate is a measure of how fast a person can exhale air from their lungs. It quantifies the maximum speed at which an individual can breathe out forcefully after taking a deep breath in. PEFR is expressed in liters per minute (L/min) and is a fundamental tool in assessing and monitoring lung function. PEFR is a simple and non-invasive test that measures the maximum speed at which a person can forcefully exhale air from their lungs. PEFR is often used to monitor respiratory conditions like asthma and COPD, as well as to assess response to treatment and identify potential triggers or exacerbations.

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            Vaccines and Respiratory Infections: Current Research and Future Vaccination Strategies

            Hodge Emma

            Respiratory infections have been a persistent threat to human health throughout history. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the importance of vaccines in controlling the spread of respiratory infections. Vaccines have long been a cornerstone of public health efforts to combat diseases and research in this field continues to evolve. Respiratory infections, which encompass a broad spectrum of illnesses affecting the upper and lower respiratory tract, have been a significant public health concern throughout history. These infections can be caused by various pathogens, including viruses, bacteria and fungi and they often lead to symptoms such as coughing, sneezing, congestion and, in severe cases, pneumonia. Vaccines play a crucial role in preventing and mitigating the impact of respiratory infections and here, we will explore their vital role in controlling these diseases.

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