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Lorlatinib Superior to Crizotinib for ALK-Positive NSCLC

Inhaled Treprostinil Beneficial in Pulmonary Hypertension

Exercise capacity improved, clinical worsening reduced for patients with pulmonary HTN due to interstitial lung disease

Perception of Not Returning to Full Health Common After COVID-19

47 percent experience fatigue, with no correlation between any measures of persistent disease and initial disease severity

Un antidepresivo podría ayudar a prevenir una COVID-19 grave

Pulse Oximeter Readings May Be Inaccurate in Black Patients

Blacks more likely than Whites to have oxygen saturation of less than 88 percent on arterial blood gas while 92 to 96 percent on pulse oximetry

Early Tracheostomy May Be Considered in Severe COVID-19

Findings challenge recommendations to delay or avoid tracheostomy in this patient population

Los confinamientos podrían estar manteniendo a raya a los ataques de asma de los niños

Dietary Advanced Glycation End-Product Intake, Wheezing Linked

Higher AGE intake associated with wheeze-disrupted sleep and exercise, wheezing requiring prescription meds in children

Last-Ditch Life Support System Is Saving Lives of COVID Patients

For Seniors, Functional Decline After Flu Hospitalization May Be Long-Lasting

Findings stress importance of prevention, especially for the flu, in the elderly

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AI Algorithm Can Detect COVID-19 on Chest X-Rays

Accuracy of 82 percent achieved with DeepCOVID-XR compared with 81 percent for consensus of five thoracic radiologists

ATS Issues Guideline on Home Oxygen Therapy for COPD, ILD

Long-term oxygen therapy strongly recommended for adults with COPD, ILD who have severe chronic resting hypoxemia

AAP Reports Biggest One-Week Jump in Child COVID-19 Cases

Predictors of Severe Disease ID’d in Children With SARS-CoV-2

Obesity and hypoxia on admission predictive of severe respiratory disease; children with MIS-C more likely to be non-Hispanic Black

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Final Diagnosis Often Differs From Referral Diagnosis for EIS

In 54 percent of children with exercise-induced respiratory symptoms, final diagnosis differed from referral diagnosis