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European Respiratory and Pulmonary Diseases, 2015;1(1):13 DOI: //doi.org/10.17925/ERPD.2015.01.01.13
European Respiratory & Pulmonary Diseases, 2015;1(1):11

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The touchRESPIRATORY website provides a selection of resources to inform clinicians and patients about the latest developments in the field. The following are quick, non peer-reviewed, opinion-based updates addressing current trends and opinion on the most recent advances in the area of respiratory medicine:

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Satellite Symposium Highlights: New Non-invasive COPD Screening of EFL Within Home Therapy Symposium sponsored by Philips Respironics Filmed at the ERCA–JIVD 3rd Joint International Meeting, Lyon, France, March 2018 **Click on image to start viewing video interview** Peter Calverley, Professor of Respiratory Medicine and Honorary Consultant Respiratory Physician at Aintree Hospitals, Liverpool, UK, responds to the following questions: 1. What is the importance of evaluating expiratory flow limitation (EFL) in patients with COPD? (0:10) 2. Is it important to screen for EFL in different postures (seated, supine)? (0:50) 3. What is currently used to evaluate EFL in patients with COPD? (1:20) 4. What are the advantages and disadvantages of using of DeltaXRS/FOT compared with spirometry and esophageal balloon tests? (2:22) 5. How does treating EFL impact work of breathing (WOB) issues at rest? (3:17) 6. What do you feel will be the biggest obstacles or gaps in treating EFL in ambulatory/home patients with COPD? (4:14) Speaker disclosures: Peter Calverley has nothing to disclose in relation to this video interview. Filming support: Educational grant from Philips Respironics. View the satellite symposium in full, here. View an interview with speaker Raffaele L Dellacà, here. View an interview with chairperson David White, here. View an interview with speaker Robert Romano, here. View a supplement article authored by Peter Calverley and Raffaele L Dellacà highlighting the key take away messages from this symposium, here.
Prof. Nicholas Hart discusses the findings and clinical implications of the Home Oxygen Therapy – Home Mechanical Ventilation (HOT-HMV) trial, which offers new hope to patients with COPD. For a review of a symposium presented at ERS 2016, plus the HOT-HMV study findings presented at ATS and published in JAMA in June 2017, please click here. Speaker disclosure: Nicholas Hart reports grants from Guy’s & St Thomas’ Charity, during the conduct of the study; grants from Philips Respironics, ResMed, B&D Electromedical and Fisher-Paykel; non-financial support from Philips Respironics RT Meeting (MyoTrace) and personal fees from Fisher-Paykel, outside the submitted work. In addition, Nicholas Hart has a patent for MyoTrace pending and he is on the Pulmonary Research Advisory Board for Philips. His Lane Fox Clinical Respiratory Physiology Research Group has received unrestricted grants (managed by Guy’s & St Thomas’ Foundation Trust) from Philips Respironics, Philips, ResMed, Fisher-Paykel and B&D Electromedical. Philips Respironics and Philips Research are contributing to the development of the MyoTrace Technology. Filmed at the American Thoracic Society (ATS) International Conference, Washington DC, US, May 2017.

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Mark L Metersky (University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, CT, US) discusses current recommendations and guidelines with respect to the use of empiric antibiotic therapy in patients with ventilator-associated pneumonia. Questions 1. What are the major challenges of empiric...
Mario Malerba (University of Piemonte Orientale, Novara/Vercelli, Italy) discusses the background and findings of his presentation entitled: Renal Function Changes After Sleep Apnea Treatment by Positive Airway Pressure: Data from the Vercelli Register (abstract available here). Questions 1....
Satellite Symposium Highlights: New Non-invasive COPD Screening of EFL Within Home Therapy Symposium sponsored by Philips Respironics Filmed at the ERCA–JIVD 3rd Joint International Meeting, Lyon, France, March 2018 **Click on image to start viewing video interview** Peter Calverley,...
Satellite Symposium Highlights: New Non-invasive COPD Screening of EFL Within Home Therapy Symposium sponsored by Philips Respironics Filmed at the ERCA–JIVD 3rd Joint International Meeting, Lyon, France, March 2018 **Click on image to start viewing video interview** Raffaele L Dellacà,...
Satellite Symposium Highlights: New Non-invasive COPD Screening of EFL Within Home Therapy Symposium sponsored by Philips Respironics Filmed at the ERCA–JIVD 3rd Joint International Meeting, Lyon, France, March 2018 **Click on image to start viewing video interview** Robert Romano,...
Satellite Symposium Highlights: New Non-invasive COPD Screening of EFL Within Home Therapy Symposium sponsored by Philips Respironics Filmed at the ERCA–JIVD 3rd Joint International Meeting, Lyon, France, March 2018 **Click on image to start viewing video interview** David White, Chief...

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