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pneumology

the scientific study of the human respiratory system. — pneumological, adj.
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These devices are used in various medical disciplines, which include abdominal surgery, gastroenterology, gynecology, pneumology, and urology.
Hochmair, Medical Pulmonologist, Department of Internal Medicine and Pneumology, Krankenhaus Nord, Klinik Floridsdorf and coordinating investigator in the study said, 'As many patients with this type of lung cancer eventually acquire resistance to EGFR TKIs, it's important to consider the order of these therapies to provide patients with as many future treatment options as possible.
Klaus Rabe, Professor of Pulmonary Medicine at the University of Kiel, Director of the Department of Pneumology at Clinic Grosshansdorf, Germany, and National Co-ordinating Investigator of the KRONOS trial, said: "The KRONOS trial demonstrated that Breztri Aerosphere provides rapid and sustained, clinically-relevant lung function improvements in patients with moderate to very severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
In an effort to raise public awareness on the importance of regular influenza vaccinations, a number of Lebanese medical societies including those for Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology, Pneumology, Internal Medicine and Family Medicine released a list of national recommendations for vaccinations on Oct.
The study was conducted by Stefan Andreas, MD, department of cardiology and pneumology, University Medical Centre Gottingen, and Lung Clinic Immenhausen, both in Germany.
(1) Department of Pneumology, Clinical Hospital of Pneumology, Iasi, Romania, (2) "Grigore T.
(1) Specialist in Internal Medicine and Pneumology, Department of Internal Medicine, Universidad de Antioquia, San Vicente Foundation University Hospital, Colombia
Cardarelli" Hospital, Naples, Italy Department of Chest Diseases Division of Pneumology and Allergology
It operates in numerous healthcare sectors including pneumology, urology, parasitology, cardiovascular diseases, gastroenterology, sleep disorders and dermatology.
tuberculosis isolates, previously characterized in the reference laboratory of 'Marius Nasta' National Institute of Pneumology (Bucharest, Romania) by phenotypic drug susceptibility test (DST) using the absolute concentration testing on Lowenstein-Jensen medium, (INH 0.2 [micro]g/mL, RIF 40 [micro]g/mL).