Nearly 7,000 registrants from around the world participated in the CHEST Annual Meeting 2020. Over 4 days, attendees had access to more than 250 live and on-demand sessions featuring the most important and up-to-date clinical, basic, and translational science in chest medicine.
The secondary pulmonary lobule is the smallest visible end unit of the lung, making it a key component to understand when reviewing CT imagery.
Emanuel Rivers, MD, MPH, FCCP, the 2020 presenter of the Roger C. Bone Memorial Lecture in Critical Care paid special tribute to the lecture’s namesake.
Two sets of experts addressed questions surrounding the use of single and dual bronchodilators as first-line therapy, and the need to measure peak inspiratory flow prior to prescribing a dry powder inhaler in a pro-con debate.
Three presenters during CHEST 2020 highlighted the important factors in recognizing and managing stroke, nonconvulsive status epilepticus, and increased intracranial pressure.
Peter C. Gay, MD, MS, FCCP, delivered the CHEST 2020 Margaret Pfrommer Endowed Memorial Lecture in Home-based Mechanical Ventilation.
Sleep disorders disrupt and define patients’ lives. These rare and largely invisible diseases can necessitate adjustments to everything from daily driving habits to career plans.
Marcos I. Restrepo, MD, MSc, PhD, FCCP, explained how pneumonia can be used as a good model of care, research, and service during his Murray Kornfeld Memorial Founders Lecture.
A panel addressed the ethical and legal perils of social media use in medicine during a CHEST 2020 session. They offered tips for using social media across platforms and things that should be avoided.
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.