Respiratory Epidemiology

Respiratory Epidemiology

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Over the last decade, the volume of research into the pathophysiology and genetics of pulmonary diseases has increased greatly. This has led to the development of new treatments and therapies for many diseases, including lung cancer, asthma and cystic fibrosis. This issue of the ERS Monograph comprehensively demonstrates the developments in respiratory medicine in recent years. It outlines the importance of epidemiology in respiratory medicine, and will prove a methodological tool that will help disease management. It should also be used as an advocacy tool for the sake of public health.RCTs have suggested that omega-3 supplementation as adjuvant therapy may beneficially affect nutritional status [110], ... of this approach is that it cannot estimate the effects of single nutrients and that it may confound other lifestyle patterns.

Title:Respiratory Epidemiology
Author:Isabella Annesi-Maesano, Bo Lundbäck, Giovanni Viegi
Publisher:European Respiratory Society - 2014-09-01


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