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ERS COVID-19 resource centre

The ERS COVID-19 resource centre brings together all ERS and European Lung Foundation (ELF) resources on SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 as it is published.



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ERS Monograph: Pulmonary rehabilitation

In the latest instalment of the ERS Monograph podcast series, Editorial Board member Sheila Ramjug talks to Anne Holland, Professor of Physiotherapy at Monash University and Guest Editor of the Monograph on Pulmonary Rehabilitation. Their broad-ranging discussion covers everything from balancing a home life with a career in medicine, to the impact of COVID-19 on implementing pulmonary rehabilitation. Anne talks about the origins of pulmonary rehabilitation, the need to better personalise patient care, and recommends chapters that will help readers understand the patient experience and that provide practical tips on establishing a rehabilitation programme.

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December 2021

What did CFTR modulators bring us till now?

Prof. Mirjam Stahl and Prof. Stojka Fustik are joined by Prof. Marcus Mall to discuss CFTR modulators, the current hot topic area of cystic fibrosis, and how CFTR modulators therapy has developed over the past decades.

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November 2021

Long term antibiotic treatments for chronic lung disease

Professor James Chalmers is joined by Professors Jodie Simpson and Wisia Wedzicha to discuss the role of prophylactic antibiotic treatment in the prevention of exacerbations. They review current evidence from randomised trials, demonstrating the effect of long-term antibiotic treatment on exacerbation rates and symptoms in asthma, COPD, bronchiectasis and other diseases...

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October 2021

Respiratory digests

Respiratory digests provide updates from experts on hot topics and recent publications. The digests are intended to help you to keep up to date with evidence-based medical research when time is limited.

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