Listen to our Asthma Myths Podcast Despite the reality of high asthma death rates in the UK, Asthma Myths mean many do not take the condition ser
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This is the first time Darush has met Nicky to undertake an annual review during which he identifies that Nicky's asthma has deteriorated in recent weeks. Using some of the PCRS Asthma Right Care resources he explores her symptoms and possible over-reliance on SABA.
Professor James Chalmers (British Lung Foundation Chair of Respiratory Research, University of Dundee) joins Dr Fiona Mosgrove (GP and Senior Clinical Lecturer with the General Practice team at the University of Aberdeen) for this latest PCRS podcast to discuss the diagnosis and management of bronchiectasis in primary care and its prevalence in the world of respiratory diseases.
In this episode specialist respiratory nurses Viv Marsh (Paediatric Asthma Nurse Specialist, Dudley, West Midlands), Rebecca Bryson (Children's Respiratory Nurse specialising in Asthma and Allergy, Arrowe Park Teaching Hospital, The Wirral) and Lesley Kennedy (Asthma and Allergy Nurse Specialist, Northern Health and Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland) share their expertise on how to select the best inhalers and spacers for children and young people and provide support on inhaler technique.
Jane Scullion (Respiratory Nurse Consultant, University Hospitals of Leicester) joins Dr Steve Holmes (General Practitioner, Somerset) to discuss Post COVID Syndrome, its symptoms, diagnosis and management in this latest episode of the PCRS podcast.
Jane Scullion and Dr Steve Holmes return to discuss the topic of shielding and whether its legacy has been predictable and the longer term impact of deconditioning on respiratory health.
In this short episode Jane Scullion and Dr Steve Holmes discuss the use of rescue packs in asthma and COPD. They challenge current views and perceptions on the use of rescue packs and explore the evidence around their use.
Dr Steve Holmes and Jane Scullion discuss the challenges of diagnosing COPD in the aftermath of the COVID pandemic. How can we best pick up those patients who have developed COPD, should we be using spirometry? Grab a coffee, put your feet up and listen in.
In this short podcast Dr Steve Holmes and Jane Scullion discuss risk stratification in asthma management and explore how it can help identify asthma patients most at risk of a life-threatening asthma event. They explore what data to extract to help identify these patients.