Patients with post-COVID-19 dyspnea require a multidisciplinary approach to ascertain the cause of symptoms, which is critical to establishing a diagnosis and treatment plan.
Diagnosing the cause of a chronic cough can be challenging and timely, but multidisciplinary collaboration and the development of new treatments are improving the process
The founder of Cleveland Clinic’s Chronic Cough Clinic discusses tips for diagnosing and managing the condition.
The treatment is simple and effective for many patients, but more research is needed to determine the exit-strategy from repetitive injections.
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One patient turns to functional medicine for relief from a cough he’d had for 25 years. After six weeks of dietary changes and detoxification methods, he reports dramatic, sustainable improvement.
There are no FDA-approved drugs to treat kids who get RSV. Cleveland Clinic researchers published the results of a groundbreaking pediatric study, which may lead to better treatments.
Cleveland Clinic’s Chronic Cough Clinic has developed a systematic, multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and management of chronic cough.
Experts in Cleveland Clinic’s Chronic Cough Clinic work together to get to the root causes of patients’ unexplained chronic cough. The clinic conducted a small scale study to examine neuromodulators as treatment.
Adults with asthma benefit from our specialized programs and basic, translational and clinical research projects.