Advances in treatment and care mean more ventilator-assisted children are living into adulthood, so more patients than ever are transitioning into adult care.
The chances of getting your manuscript accepted and published by a journal can go up by avoiding common mistakes and understanding how the evaluation process works, according to editors in a CHEST 2020 session who offered tips for getting a paper published.
In his CHEST 2020 Pasquale Ciaglia Memorial Lecture in Interventional Medicine, Lonny Yarmus, DO, MBA, FCCP, shared information about the Interventional Pulmonary Outcomes Group, which aims to provide and support multicenter prospective trials in the interventional pulmonary space.
Early treatment of sepsis remains a debate among health-care professionals. Four presenters in Antibiotics and Fluids: Controversies in Sepsis Care attempted to sway listeners and other panelists their way by presenting data and research on two critical aspects of early treatment.
Mary T. Hart, MS, RRT, AE-C, FAARC, FCCP, delivered the Thomas L. Petty, MD, Master FCCP Endowed Memorial Lecture at CHEST 2020.
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Four contestants went head-to-head on various critical care topics in a session full of playful banter and controversies.
Joseph P. Lynch, III, MD, FCCP, described the various antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody-associated vasculitides and their evolving treatments during his Edward C. Rosenow III, MD, Master FCCP/Master Teacher Honor Lecture.
Panelists addressed the importance of diversity and understanding other cultures, prejudices, and discrimination in health care and ways to overcome it during Prejudice and Discrimination in Health Care.
From cannabis to OTC sleep aids and opioids, common substances can have a profound impact on sleep, seldom for the better, according to a panel of experts during the session Sleep Disorders – Sleep and Substances: From Caffeine to Marijuana.
“Dyspnea is a subjective experience that is different for every patient,” said Denis O’Donnell, MD, MBBCh, FCCP, in his Distinguished Scientist Honor Lecture in Cardiopulmonary Physiology.
How Do You Say It? The Communication Tightrope in the ICU addressed how to communicate effectively in the ICU where the environment is often stressful.