A team of Cleveland Clinic researchers is exploring new antidotes against fentanyl overdose that eliminate the respiratory depression effects of opioids without interfering with their other effects.Read More
Cleveland Clinic physician-scientists are working to better understand the differential responses to medications and other supportive therapies in populations with sepsis and septic shock.
A set of graphs helps quantify the expected changes in forced expiratory volume at one second (FEV1), forced vital capacity (FVC) and FEV1/FVC ratio with the new race-neutral equation.
For patients with moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea who are intolerant of traditional CPAP therapy, hypoglossal nerve stimulation may provide welcome QoL improvements
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.
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Patients with COPD are often affected by sarcopenia, but the underlying mechanisms for the development are poorly understood. New research looks into the causes and potential therapies.
Research explores how incorporating long-term benefits will impact the new U.S. lung transplant allocation system.
A new research paper describes a stepped-care treatment to help improve the quality of life for patients with chronic uticaria.
Findings from the first cohort study to compare balloon and rigid bronchoplasty outcomes indicate that both approaches are equally safe and effective in early management of benign SGTS.
Results of a recent study indicate important implications for both individuals experiencing homelessness and policy interventions.
A pulmonologist describes how using an esophageal balloon can provide a more precise diagnosis and hemodynamic classification of pulmonary hypertension.