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Identification of Genetic Factors Associated With DAMP Release in COPD Patients
Fia Sabrina Boedijono, Verena Bood, Ilse A. Eichhorn, Philip M. Hansbro, Dirk-Jan Slebos, Maarten van den Berge, Alen Faiz, Simon D. Pouwels
Available online 22 July 2024
Investigation of Inspiratory Muscle Training Efficiency Before Bronchoscopic Lung Volume Reduction: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Esra Pehlivan, Erdoğan Çetinkaya, Zeynep Betül Özcan, Fulya Senem Karaahmetoğlu, Mustafa Çörtük, Amine Ataç, Halit Çınarka

  • Pre-bronchoscopic lung volume reduction (BLVR) pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) has a positive impact on patients’ clinic.

  • Adding IMT to standard PR can lead to a greater increase in improvement in exercise capacity and spirometric parameters.

  • Evaluating the effects of post-PR gains on patient clinic is necessary to make a decision regarding the BLVR procedure.

Available online 19 July 2024
Radiomics and Clinical Data for the Diagnosis of Incidental Pulmonary Nodules and Lung Cancer Screening: Correspondence
Hinpetch Daungsupawong, Viroj Wiwanitkit
Available online 19 July 2024
Mycobacterium branderi Diagnosed by CryoEBUS. A New Tool for Infection Diagnosis?
Albert Rafecas Codern, Virginia Pajares Ruiz, Pere Serra Mitjà
Available online 16 July 2024
Associations of Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Muscular Endurance Fitness With Pulmonary Function in Physically Active Young Adults
Chia-Hsin Liu, Yen-Chen Lin, Wei-Chun Huang, Xuemei Sui, Carl J. Lavie, Gen-Min Lin
Available online 16 July 2024
Available online 15 July 2024
Algorithm for the Bronchoscopic Diagnosis of Alveolar-Pleural Fistula
Blanca De Vega Sanchez, Carlos Disdier Vicente, Maria Rosa Lopez Pedreira, Jose Maria Matilla Gonzalez
Available online 10 July 2024
The Accuracy of PUMA Questionnaire in Combination With Peak Expiratory Flow Rate to Identify At-risk, Undiagnosed COPD Patients
Kang-Cheng Su, Yi-Han Hsiao, Hsin-Kuo Ko, Kun-Ta Chou, Tien-Hsin Jeng, Diahn-Warng Perng

  • The Chinese PUMA questionnaire (C-PUMA) is linguistically and clinically validated.

  • The best C-PUMA cutoff score is ≥6 (sensitivity/specificity/NNS=77%/64%/3).

  • C-PUMA ≥5 is adequate to detect more COPD patients in high-incidence primary care.

  • The PUMA-PEFR model is more accurate and cost-effective than the C-PUMA alone.

  • The best PCOPD cutoff value is ≥0.39 (sensitivity/specificity/NNS=79%/88%/2).

Available online 10 July 2024
Comparison of 5-Year Survival and Disease Recurrence After Trisegmentectomy or Left Upper Lobectomy: A Propensity Score Analysis of the National GEVATS Database
Borja Aguinagalde, Juan A. Ferrer-Bonsoms, Iker López, Ion Ander Lizarbe, Arantza Fernández-Monge, José Luis Recuero, Iñigo Royo, Raúl Embún
Available online 7 July 2024
How to Protect Radon Exposed Workers? Advocating for a Specific Health Surveillance Protocol
Lucía Martín-Gisbert, Montserrat García Gómez, Alberto Ruano Ravina
Available online 5 July 2024
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