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The latest clinical and political news for Australian Respiratory Physicians
'Surveillance system' simply stored chest X rays
Metanalysis overturns Cochrane findings.
The thoracic specialist referred a patient for chakra puncture, lung massage and spiritual healing.
Clue: it is the result of a treatment 60 years ago
It could reduce need for X-rays
Their products contained toxins
Australian study finds sinister effects of colds and flu
Tweets can't replace the emotional nourishment that comes from an interpersonal relationship.
There are worries GPs may take patients off preventers.
It's all down to gut bacteria
The Director of Respiratory Medicine at Melbourne's Eastern Health thinks we need to change the way we design ...
UK researchers reckon their DIY variation is best - and they’re urging Australia to adopt it.
An elderly patient waited 22 hours to learn of the diagnosis, partially because his practice had no recall system...
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One-in-three adults diagnosed with the condition may not actually have it, a study posits.
Two-thirds of respondents to a survey say the condition has directly affected their relationships.
Chief reporter Hugo Wilcken provides a patient's perspective of obstructive sleep apnoea.
Continuous positive airway pressure improves sleep, but there's no good evidence it saves lives.
We need a national health protection agency, writes Professor Guy Marks.
Victorian Ambulance chief says he's never seen anything like it.
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