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The FDA has posted a warning alerting clinicians of pooled data from 29 placebo-controlled trials of tiotropium that revealed excess strokes among COPD patients on active treatment. References and Resources Early Communication about an Ongoing Safety Review of Tiotropium Sponsored by The Doctor's...
A recent study demonstrates that in patients with very mild or well-controlled asthma, regular treatment with low dose ICS leads to significantly better day-to-day lung function. References and Resources Woolcock Research Reveals Treatment for Mild Asthma Improves Lung Function. Woolcock Institute of...
Exercising one leg at a time can improve aerobic capacity more than two-legged exercise in patients with stable chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), according to a report in the February issue of Chest. Sponsored by The Doctor's Channel