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3/18/2022 Digital Programs for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Management Effectively Engage Older Adults healthnewsdigest.com ... help older adults and those living with severe COPD manage their respiratory conditions."We believe that integrating software, devices, and human-powered virtual care into one solution can play an important role in successful COPD management. These findings validate our approach and signal that interconnected health tools can successfully engage and delight patients, even those who are often assumed to be on the other side of the ‘digital divide.’ ...
3/17/2022 Study: Digital Programs for COPD Management Effectively Engage Older Adults PR Newswire Peer-reviewed study indicates promise for widespread adoption of virtual COPD management tools, with high engagement and satisfactionNEW HAVEN, Conn. , March 17, Wellinks® , a digital healthcare company offering the first-ever integrated, virtual Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) management solution, today announced results from a study that found older adults with COPD were highly engaged and satisfied with Wellinks. The peer-reviewed research was published in the Journal ...
3/2/2022 Disease Burden and Healthcare Utilization Among Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) in England dovepress.com ... Impact, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, CanadaCorrespondence: Afisi S Ismaila, Value Evidence and Outcomes, GlaxoSmithKline, 1250 South Collegeville Road, Collegeville, PA, 19426-0989, USA, Tel +1 919 315 8229, Email [email protected] Purpose: Clinical guidelines for COPD management suggest pharmacologic treatment algorithms based on symptoms and exacerbation history. As previous research has suggested that prescribing patterns are not always aligned with these recommendations, this study investigated the burden of disease in patients ...
2/23/2022 Diagnosis and Staging of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease by PCPs clinicaladvisor.com ... 8.2% vs 4.7%; Figure 1).3,4In the United States, COPD is mainly diagnosed and managed in the primary care setting; however, misdiagnosis rates range from 10% to 40%.5 The primary goal of COPD management is to effectively manage symptoms and improve quality of life. Understanding and implementing the Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (GOLD) standards will guide providers in diagnosing and staging patients with COPD accurately ...
2/14/2022 Outpatient Management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Advances Physicians Weekly ... of which had an influence on individual patients’ symptom load, disease severity, and mortality. The awareness of COPD as a heterogeneous and multidimensional illness with variable effects on the patient began to transform COPD management in the outpatient environment. To guide treatment approaches, management recommendations stressed broader-based patient evaluation, including phenotyping, symptom load, functional constraints, exacerbation risk, and co-morbidities. While certain modalities of therapy remained appropriate to ...
1/29/2022 A Day in Allergy and Respiratory Medicine: The Fifth Edition, Le Meridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre, 29 January 2022 stayhappening.com ... 19.About this EventWe bring some of the best experts in the field of allergy and respiratory medicine to discuss the most comprehensive medical and scientific lectures spanning across severe asthma, Pulmonary Hypertension, COPD Management , and Obstructive Sleep Apnea.Join us in person or virtually and experience this anticipated event of the year!Advertisement Event Venue & Nearby Stays Le Meridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre, Airport Road, Dubai, United Arab ...
10/20/2021 Biomarker discovery may lead to better treatments for asthma, COPD, Rutgers researchers say - The News Yard thenewsyard.com ... medicine at Rutgers.“In addition to identifying this protein, we demonstrated that if you decrease the leakage, the smooth muscles in the airways relax, which could be potentially very important in improving asthma and COPD management. In addition, the presence of too much cAMP in a patient’s blood is a new biomarker that can help characterize specific types of asthma and COPD.”About 25 million U.S. residents have ...
9/24/2021 Pulmonary Drug Delivery Systems Market Latest Study, Development Status, Opportunities, Future Plans, and Forecast to 2027 PRSync ... All Related Graphs & Charts: ttps://www.coherentmarketinsights.com/insight/request-sample/3952 Market Trends The market is witnessing the launch of digital inhalers. For instance, FindAir, a European company that develops automated systems for asthma and COPD management, unveiled its commercial smart inhaler product FindAir ONE in January 2019. Major players in the market are focused on the approval and launch of new devices to expand their product portfolio. For instance, Novartis ...
9/9/2021 Targeting exertional breathlessness to improve physical activity: the role of primary care Nature ... decline in capacity to perform it, further impacts the management of the disease. Improving patient tolerance of physical activity, increasing participation in daily activities and helping patients to remain active are clear goals of COPD management. These may require an holistic approach to management, including pulmonary rehabilitation and psychological programmes in parallel with bronchodilation therapy, in order to address both physiological and behavioural factors. PCPs have an important role to ...
7/28/2021 Impacts of lipid-related metabolites, adiposity, and genetic background on blood eosinophil counts: the Nagahama study Nature Abstract Blood eosinophil count is a useful measure in asthma or COPD management. Recent epidemiological studies revealed that body mass index (BMI) is positively associated with eosinophil counts. However, few studies focused on the role of adiposity and fatty acid-related metabolites on eosinophil counts, including the effect of genetic polymorphism. In this community-based study involving 8265 participants (30–74 year old) from Nagahama city, we investigated the relationship ...
7/21/2021 Evaluating the implementation of a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease management program using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research: a case study biomedcentral.com ... it accounts for a significant portion of Canada’s annual healthcare spending. Interprofessional teams are effective at providing chronic disease management that meets the needs of patients. As part of an ongoing initiative, a COPD management program, the Best Care COPD program was implemented in a primary care setting. The objectives of this research were to determine site-specific factors facilitating or impeding the implementation of a COPD program in ...
5/14/2021 COPD Case-Finding Tool Validated, Ready for Use in Primary Care pulmonologyadvisor.com ... 2021. Researchers conducted the CAPTURE validation study by using a multimethod qualitative approach to guide longitudinal assessments and to inform strategies for implementation of the CAPTURE tool. Continue ReadingRecognizing that the enhancement of COPD management should include optimal disease identification at the primary care level, the researchers performed a thorough qualitative review of the CAPTURE tool in US primary care practice. The CAPTURE validation study included workflow reviews, patient ...
5/7/2021 Exploring the Use of Omics to Eliminate Sex and Gender Differences in COPD pulmonologyadvisor.com ... clinical phenotypes. 1 However, there have not been accompanying strides in the development of novel therapies tailored to the needs of various patient groups, which has hindered progress toward a precision medicine approach in COPD management.The exploration of biomarker-based targeted treatment strategies for COPD would benefit exponentially from the use of large-scale “Omics” — namely, genomic, epigenomic, transcriptomic, proteomic, and metabolomic data. Realizing the true value ...
5/4/2021 A Closer Look at a Team-Based Approach to Improve COPD Symptoms Physicians Weekly ... all these factors in the context of managing other chronic diseases and acute care issues during a standard 15-to-20–minute primary care provider (PCP) office visit.” The Team-Based Approach to COPD Management For a study published in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine , Dr. Peckens and colleagues at the West Virginia University Department of Family Medicine evaluated a team-based approach they implemented ...
4/21/2021 Helping Older People Breathe More Easily - PubMed National Institutes of Health ... priority. Moreover, in the same report, high rates of comorbidities such as dyslipidaemia, hypertension, heart disease, and cancer are noted, along with increasing emergency department presentations and increasing expenditure on drug therapy used for COPD management. [x ...
11/30/2020 Factors Affecting Community Pharmacist's Knowledge About Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Management in China: A Cross-Sectional Survey Study dovepress.com ... public health. Many studies have confirmed that the professional services for COPD patients by community pharmacists can improve comprehensive benefits. However, there’s less research investigating the factors affecting community pharmacists’ knowledge about COPD management. Therefore, this study aimed to investigate the knowledge of COPD among community pharmacists in China and analyze the factors affecting community pharmacist’s knowledge about COPD management. Methods: This study employed a face-to ...
11/20/2020 National health groups offer support for COPD patients and caregivers amid pandemic news-medical.net ... and out of the hospital, especially for those living with COPD, which is already a high-risk disease for readmissions to the hospital.” Byron Thomashow, M.D, Chief Medical Officer, COPD Foundation Questions about COPD management in the COVID era?The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has identified those living with COPD among those at greater risk for the most severe complications from COVID-19. To protect their ...
11/19/2020 The caregiver difference: One man’s journey caring for his father’s COPD ask.com ... as part of the support system.A new survey from GSK conducted in collaboration with CHEST and COPD Foundations identified significant gaps in communication between patients and their doctors, which create barriers to optimal COPD management. The survey, which was fielded to 351 people with COPD, 151 caregivers, 249 primary care physicians and 252 pulmonologists, found that caregivers play a valuable role in bridging these gaps and positively impact care ...
9/17/2020 Clear Arch Health Expands Device Ecosystem to Ensure Timely Clinical Touchpoints and Support for COVID-19 and COPD Management PR Newswire ... manage high-risk patient populations and those who may be delaying their care. Clear Arch Health announced today the addition of new connected health devices to ensure timely clinical touchpoints for COVID-19 and COPD management. The new peripherals complement the company’s already rich ecosystem of connected health devices and will provide clinical teams access to patient generated health data to better manage high-risk patient populations and those who ...
9/17/2020 Clear Arch Health Expands Device Ecosystem to Ensure Timely Clinical Touchpoints and Support for COVID-19 and COPD Management tmcnet.com FREE eNEWSLETTERS TMCnet News Clear Arch Health Expands Device Ecosystem to Ensure Timely Clinical Touchpoints and Support for COVID-19 and COPD Management [September 17, 2020] Clear Arch Health Expands Device Ecosystem to Ensure Timely Clinical Touchpoints and Support for COVID-19 and COPD Management BOCA RATON, Fla. , Sept. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Clear Arch Health , a leading provider of remote patient monitoring (RPM) and mobile personal emergency response system (mPERS ...