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ADHD Tied to Fourfold Higher Likelihood of Having Anxiety Disorder

Neuropsychiatric Sequelae Similar for Severe COVID-19, SARI

Neuropsychiatric sequelae are comparable for survivors of COVID-19 hospitalization, other severe acute respiratory infections

Patient do tracheostomy and ventilator in hospital

Early Tracheostomy No Aid for Severe Stroke Outcomes

Findings for six-month functional outcomes among patients with severe stroke receiving mechanical ventilation

Human Respiratory System Anatomy

Recommendations Updated for Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

Guideline updates prior IPF guidelines and addresses progression of pulmonary fibrosis in interstitial lung diseases other than IPF

Young Asian student using laptop computer and sitting on floor in living room while listening and watching online coursework with electronic earphones or headphone. Internet E-Learning concept

Online Breathing Program Can Up Mental HRQoL in Long COVID

Significant improvement in mental health composite score, but not in physical composite score of health-related QoL

COVID-19 Vaccination in Pregnancy Not Linked to Preterm Birth

RSV Prefusion F Protein-Based Immunization Studied in Pregnancy

Bivalent RSVpreF vaccine given during pregnancy elicits neutralizing antibody responses with efficient transplacental transfer

New born baby

Successful Intubations Up With Nasal High-Flow Therapy in Neonates

Higher rate of successful intubation on the first try, without physiological instability in the infant, seen with use of nasal high-flow therapy

Inhaled Nitric Oxide Tied to Improved P/F Ratio in COVID-19 With ARDS

Improvement in mean P/F ratio with no reported toxicity observed among patients hospitalized with COVID-19 and mild-to-moderate ARDS

HealthDay Reports: Prone Position Ups Oxygenation in Patients With Severe COVID-19

Awake Prone Positioning No Benefit for COVID-19-Linked Hypoxemia

Evidence shows worse clinical outcomes on day 5 for the intervention group versus the usual-care group

Close-up nurse’s hand helping sick child hold nasal mask with respiratory problem in hospital room. Asian boy patient inhalation therapy by the mask of inhaler with bronchodilator’s soft stream smoke

Acute Upper Airway Disease Up in Children During Omicron Surge

Roughly one in five children hospitalized with SARS-CoV-2 and upper airway infection had severe disease

Middle Ear Effusion Up for Children With Tracheostomy on Ventilator

Mechanical ventilation increases risk for development of middle ear effusion in tracheostomy-dependent children