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Respiratory Show Bulletin

WELCOME

The Respiratory Show was created last year to build and interlink all the different respiratory services that are available throughout the NHS. In the last few months, it has been impressive to see all those different teams come together even more to battle the current health crisis. Looking forwards we hope to share with you positive stories from the community that we serve – if you have any news that you would like to share with the rest of the respiratory HCP community please get in touch with us here.

Currently, we are still planning on the event running ahead as scheduled, at the same time, we are reviewing this on a monthly basis to ensure that this is a realistic and safe goal to keep to – we hope to soon the launch registration page for HCPs to gain their FREE pass to attend one or both days of the event.

ARTICLES

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  • The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a new illness caused by a virus that can affect people’s lungs and airways. Symptoms of COVID-19 are a cough, a high temperature and shortness of breath. The ...
  • ResMed

    19 May 2020
    Amidst the COVID-19 crisis, there are many other patients who are relying on ventilators every day to assist their breathing. A large number of these patients require regular check-ups and support fro ...
  • Background “It is abundantly clear from the research into previous coronaviruses that smoking makes the impact of a coronavirus worse.” Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Curr ...
  • ONCALLbuddy

    19 May 2020 Ian Reynolds
    Stephanie and Iain are both NHS England clinical entrepreneurs. Stephanie is a consultant respiratory physiotherapist with expertise in tertiary, secondary and long term care of respiratory patients. ...
  • Manchester Lung Health Checks celebrates 1st year anniversary and completes baseline round of screening.

    19 May 2020 Dr Haval Balata, Consultant Respiratory Physician, Manchester Thoracic Oncology Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital
    Lung cancer continues to be the biggest cause of cancer death globally and accounts for over 35,000 deaths annually in the UK. 5-year survival remains poor at an average of 12%. A significant contribu ...
  • My name is Dr Rosh Siva. I am head of Respiratory medicine at Croydon University Hospital. I was given the task of arranging cohorting of COVID patients. We came up with a system which is easy to set ...
  • About Education by Breas

    19 May 2020 Ian Reynolds
    Education by Breas aims to discuss and disseminate latest advances and developments in respiratory management to help meet the challenges and achieve optimal patient care.
  • A pragmatic guide to cut hospital staff exposure to infection while caring for patients with, or suspected to have, COVID-19 has been developed by a multidisciplinary team at Leicester’s Hospitals in ...