Selezione ARIR da Respiratory Care e AARC Times

  • Numero 1 2020 – Selezione ARIR da Respiratory Care e AARC Times

    In questo numero

    Adherence in Asthma and COPD: New Strategies for an Old Problem
    Maureen George PhD RN AE-Css

    Asthma and Adherence to Inhaled Corticosteroids: Current Status and Future Perspectives
    Camilla Boslev Bårnes MD and Charlotte Suppli Ulrik MD DMSc

    Patient Education and Adherence to Aerosol Therapy

  • Numero 2 2019 – Selezione ARIR da Respiratory Care e AARC Times

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    A Review of Options for Treating Sialorrhea in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
    Paolo Banfi MD, Nicola Ticozzi MD, Agata Lax MD, Giulia Andrea Guidugli MD, Antonello Nicolini MD, and Vincenzo Silani MD

    Post-Tracheostomy Care: Bundle Up for Success!
    Miguel J Divo MD

    Improving Decannulation and Swallowing Function: A Comprehensive, Multidisciplinary Approach to Post-Tracheostomy Care
    John W Mah MD, Ilene I Staff PhD, Sylvia R Fisher SLP, and Karyn L Butler MD

    Clinical Criteria for Tracheostomy Decannulation in Subjects with Acquired Brain Injury
    Claudia Enrichi MSc, Irene Battel MSc, Cristiano Zanetti MSc, Isabella Koch MSc, Laura Ventura PhD, Katie Palmer PhD, Francesca Meneghello MD, Francesco Piccione MD, Simonetta Rossi MSc, Marta Lazzeri MSc, Maurizio Sommariva PT, and Andrea Turolla PhD

  • Numero 1 2019 – Selezione ARIR da Respiratory Care e AARC Times

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    Effects of Exercise Training on Pulmonary Mechanics and Functional Status in Patients With Prolonged Mechanical Ventilation
    Yen-Huey Chen MSc PT, Hui-Ling Lin MSc RRT RN, Hsiu-Feng Hsiao MBA RT, Lan-Ti Chou MSc RT, Kuo-Chin Kao MD, Chung-Chi Huang MD, and Ying-Huang Tsai MD

    A Comprehensive Review of Prone Position in ARDS
    Richard H Kallet MSc RRT FAARC

    Should Early Mobilization Be Routine in Mechanically Ventilated Patients?
    Ulrich H Schmidt MD PhD MBA, Lauren Knecht MD, and Neil R MacIntyre MD FAARC

  • Numero 2 2018 – Selezione ARIR da Respiratory Care e AARC Times

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    Coexistence of Bronchiectasis and Rheumatoid Arthritis: Revisited
    Maria M Wilczynska MRCP, Alison M Condliffe PhD FRCP and Damian J McKeon

    Predictors of Exercise-Induced Oxygen Desaturation in Systemic Sclerosis Patients With Interstitial Lung Disease
    Fujiko Someya MD, Naoki Mugii OTR, Minoru Hasegawa MD, Tetsutarou Yahata MD, and Takao Nakagawa MD

    Efficacy and Safety of Conventional Transbronchial Needle Aspiration in Sarcoidosis: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
    Ritesh Agarwal MD DM, Ashutosh N Aggarwal MD DM, and Dheeraj Gupta MD DM

  • Numero 1 2018 – Selezione ARIR da Respiratory Care e AARC Times

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    Diaphragmatic Dysfunction Is Characterized by Increased Duration of Mechanical Ventilation in Subjects With Prolonged Weaning
    Zhihua Lu MD, Qiuping Xu MD, Yuehua Yuan, Ge Zhang MD, Feng Guo MD, and Huiqing Ge MSc

    The Critical Illness Polyneuropathy in Septic Patients With Prolonged Weaning From Mechanical Ventilation: Is the Diaphragm Also Affected? A Pilot Study
    Patrícia dos Santos MD, Cassiano Teixeira MD PhD, Augusto Savi PT, Juçara Gasparetto Maccari MD, Fernanda Santos Neres MD, Andre’ SantAna Machado MD, Roselaine Pinheiro de Oliveira MD MSc PhD, Marlise Ribeiro MD PhD, and Francisco T Rotta MD

    Different Tracheotomy Tube Diameters Influence Diaphragmatic Effort and Indices of Weanability in Difficult to Wean Patients
    Ilaria Valentini MD, Eva Tonveronachi MD, Cesare Gregoretti MD, Chiara Mega MD, Luca Fasano MD, Lara Pisani MD, and Stefano Nava MD

  • Numero 2 2017 – Selezione ARIR da Respiratory Care e AARC Times

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    Distractive Auditory Stimuli Alleviate the Perception of Dyspnea Induced by Low-Intensity Exercise in Elderly Subjects With COPD
    Kazuya Shingai PT MSc, Masashi Kanezaki PT PhD, and Hideaki Senjyu PT PhD

    Correlations Between Gait Speed, 6-Minute Walk Distance, Physical Activity, and Self-Efficacy in Patients With Severe Chronic Lung Disease
    Zachary S DePew MD, Craig Karpman MD, Paul J Novotny, and Roberto P Benzo MD

    Exercise Training in Patients With Chronic Respiratory Failure Due to Kyphoscoliosis: A Randomized Controlled Trial
    Pilar Cejudo MD PhD, Isabel López-Márquez MD PhD, José Luis López-Campos MD PhD, Eduardo Márquez MD PhD, Francisco de la Vega MD PhD, Emilia Barrot MD PhD, and Francisco Ortega MD PhD

    Exercising Your Patient: Which Test(s) and When?
    Bohdan M Pichurko MD

  • Numero 1 2017 – Selezione ARIR da Respiratory Care e AARC Times

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    Acute Effects of Volume-Oriented Incentive Spirometry on Chest Wall Volumes in Patients After a Stroke
    ĺllia NDF Lima MSc, Guilherme AF Fregonezi PhD, Rodrigo Melo, Elis EA Cabral MSc, Andrea Aliverti PhD, Tânia F Campos PhD, and Gardênia MH Ferreira PhD

    Training of Respiratory Muscles in Patients With Multiple Sclerosis: A Systematic Review
    Rocio Martín-Valero PhD, Noelia Zamora-Pascual, and Juan Antonio Armenta-Peinado PhD

    Clinical and Pulmonary Function Markers of Respiratory Exacerbation Risk in Subjects With Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy
    Andrea Vianello MD, Elena Carraro MD, Emanuela Pipitone PhD, Rosario Marchese-Ragona MD, Giovanna Arcaro MD, Marco Ferraro MD, Luciana Paladini MD, and Andrea Martinuzzi MD

  • Numero 2 2016 – Selezione ARIR da Respiratory Care e AARC Times

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    Sequential Application of Oxygen Therapy Via High-Flow Nasal Cannula and Noninvasive Ventilation in Acute Respiratory Failure:An Observational Pilot Study
    Jean-Pierre Frat MD, Benjamin Brugiere MD, Stéphanie Ragot PharmD PhD, Delphine Chatellier MD, Anne Veinstein MD, Véronique Goudet MD, Rémi Coudroy MD, Franck Petitpas MD, René Robert MD PhD, Arnaud W Thille MD PhD, and Christophe Girault MD PhD

    Effect of High-Flow Nasal Cannula and Body Position on End-Expiratory Lung Volume: A Cohort Study Using Electrical Impedance Tomography
    Jordi Riera MD, Purificaciòn Pérez MD, Jordi Cortés, Oriol Roca MD PhD, Joan Ramon Masclans MD PhD, and Jordi Rello MD PhD

    Effect of High-Flow Nasal Cannula on Thoraco-Abdominal Synchrony in Adult Critically Ill Patients
    Taiga Itagaki MD, Nao Okuda MD, Yumiko Tsunano MD, Hisakazu Kohata MD, Emiko Nakataki MD PhD, Mutsuo Onodera MD, Hideaki Imanaka MD PhD and Masaji Nishimura MD PhD

  • Numero 1 2016 – Selezione ARIR da Respiratory Care e AARC Times

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    Aerosol Delivery Devices in the Treatment of Asthma
    Dean R Hess PhD RRT FAARC

    Aerosol Delivery Device Selection for Spontaneously Breathing Patients: 2012
    Arzu Ari PhD RRT PT CPFT FAARC and Ruben D Restrepo MD RRT FAARC

    Handling of Inhaler Devices in Actual Pulmonary Practice: Metered-Dose Inhaler Versus Dry Powder Inhalers
    Basheer Y Khassawneh MD, Musa K Al-Ali FRCP, Karem H Alzoubi PhD, Morad Z Batarseh MPharm MSc, Saafan A Al-Safi PhD, Abdelmonem M Sharara MD MRCP, and Hatem M Alnasr MD

    Back to the Future: Using Inhalers Correctly
    Bernard J Roth MD MC USA

  • Numero 2 2015 – Selezione ARIR da Respiratory Care e AARC Times

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    The Pathogenesis of Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia: Its Relevance to Developing Effective Strategies for Prevention
    Nasia Safdar MD MSc, Christopher J Crnich MD MSc, and Dennis G Maki MD

    Conference Proceedings: Patient Positioning and Ventilator Associated Pneumonia
    Dean R Hess PhD RRT FAARC

    Lateral-Horizontal Patient Position and Horizontal Orientation of the Endotracheal Tube to Prevent Aspiration in Adult Surgical Intensive Care Unit Patients: A Feasibility Study
    Tommaso Mauri MD, Lorenzo Berra MD, Kanya Kumwilaisak MD, Silvia Pivi MD, Jacob W Ufberg MD, Friedrich Kueppers MD, Antonio Pesenti MD, and Luca M Bigatello MD

    What Is the Best Position for Preventing Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia?
    Rachael A Callcut MD