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Recommendations for the management of cough in adults
Patients with cough frequently present to clinicians working in both primary and secondary care.1,2 Acute cough, which often follows an upper respiratory tract infection, may be initially disruptive but is usually self‐limiting and rarely needs significant medical intervention. Chronic cough is often the key symptom of many important chronic respiratory diseases but may be the sole presenting feature of a number of extrapulmonary conditions, in particular upper airway and gastrointestinal disease. Even with a clear diagnosis, cough can be difficult to control and, for the patient, can be associated with impaired quality of life.3,4 Sessions dedicated to cough at respiratory meetings are popular, suggesting that the pathophysiology, evaluation, and successful treatment of cough remain topics of keen interest to many medical practitioners.
health  cough  medicine 
april 2019 by skome
COUGH TECHNIQUE | COPD Support
Might be helpful the next time I have a chest cold. Huff Cough Technique.
huff  cough  howto  cold 
december 2018 by Brandonshire
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cough  from twitter
july 2018 by sharon_howard
Magnesium for Asthma | Dr. Carolyn Dean MD ND
Smooth muscles directed by too much calcium and insufficient magnesium can tighten the bronchial tract, causing asthma; cause cramping in the uterus and painful periods; and cause spasms in blood vessels, resulting in hypertension.
cough  wheezing  magnesium 
may 2018 by magnetos

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