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  1. The risk of death for rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients with interstitial lung disease (ILD) is three times higher than that in RA patients free from ILD. Therefore, this study was carried out to assess the v...

    Authors: Mohammed A. Farrag, Adel M. El-Sayed, Rehab M. Mohammed and Mohammed F. El Bagalatya
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:802167
  2. Ventilator-associated tracheobronchitis (VAT) rates in the ICU are variable and may depend on the population examined. The overlap between VAT and ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP) remains poorly defined.

    Authors: Sohair Sadek, Amr El-Said, Ashraf Madkour, Amal Rabie and Yahia Maky
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:802153
  3. With the evolution of complex bronchoscopic procedures, search for procedures that were less painful to patients and easier for the operators to perform commenced. Conscious sedation partially achieved this ta...

    Authors: Hesham Raafat, Mahmoud Abbas and Sameh Salem
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:802128
  4. Serum uric acid, the final product of purine degradation, has been shown to be increased in the hypoxic state as well as in systemic inflammation including patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (...

    Authors: Sameh Embarak, Ashraf E. Sileem, Maged Abdrabboh and Ahmed Mokhtar
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:802115
  5. Clinical judgment of healthcare-associated pneumonia (HCAP) represents a major concern as these fragile patients have an unusual presentation that frequently misleads severity assessment and results in poor clini...

    Authors: Amany Shaker, Doaa Mostafa Gad, Sameh Embarak and Hany A. Labib
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:802108
  6. Physiological abnormalities are frequent in the skeletal muscle structure of patients with chronic renal failure (CRF), and their main signs are fatigue, muscular weakness, and low exercise tolerance. Respirat...

    Authors: L. Ashour, K. Wagih, H. Atef, W. Bichari and D. Fathya
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:802100
  7. The advantages of low cost, bedside availability, and no radiation exposure have made ultrasound an indispensable diagnostic tool in modern pulmonary medicine. Color Doppler ultrasound demonstrates normal or i...

    Authors: Gamal R. Agmy, Safaa M. Wafy, Aliae A. R. Mohamed Hussein and Randa E. Abd Elkader
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:802087
  8. Type A viruses are the most virulent human pathogens among the three influenza types and cause the most severe disease: H1N1, which caused swine flu in 2009, and H5N1, which caused avian flu in 2004.

    Authors: Adel Mahmoud Khattab, Khaled Mohamed Wagih and Amr Mohamed Awad Tag Eldin
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:802070
  9. Primary pulmonary paraganglioma is an uncommon neuroendocrine tumor of the lung, mostly discovered accidentally.

    Authors: Tamer Ibraheem, Hisham ElGhazaly, Ashraf Madkour and Ahmed Elnori
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:8010064
  10. The use of fiberoptic bronchoscopy (FOB) through laryngeal mask airway (LMA) in children allows the use of an adult-size bronchoscope with its grasping tools; thus, it may aid in foreign body (FB) extraction.

    Authors: Ashraf Madkour, Ahmed Elmansoury and Samar Sharkawy
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:8010057
  11. The single-breath (SB) diffusing capacity for carbon monoxide (DLCO) is the most clinically useful routine pulmonary function test after spirometry and lung volumes. The DLCO is the product of two measurements...

    Authors: Nermine M. Riad, Hala M. Salem and Haytham S. Diab
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:8010051
  12. Patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients are susceptible to complications, especially volutrauma, during the period of mechanical ventilation; low ventilation is a safe strategy to a...

    Authors: Adel M. Saeed, Gehan M. El Asaal, Hesham A. Abd El Halim and Shaymaa A. Ahmad
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:8010044
  13. Therapeutic rigid bronchoscopy with tracheobronchial stenting using silicone stents is a well-established procedure in the management of malignant and benign tracheobronchial stenosis. However, there is limite...

    Authors: Emad Korraa, Ashraf Madkour, Amany Todary and Khaled Wagieh
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:8010038
  14. Malignant pleural mesothelioma ( MPM) is an aggressive tumor arising from the mesothelial cells lining the pleura. It commonly presents with unilateral pleural effusion with variable degree of pleural thickeni...

    Authors: Tarek Safwat, Samar Sharkawy, Amr Shoukri and Suzan Mohamed
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:8010032
  15. Pulmonary hypertension (PH) is a common finding in patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis ( IPF) and is associated with increased morbidity and mortality.

    Authors: Amany Omar Mohammed, Azza Farag Said El-Tooney, Nasser Mohammed Taha, Hosny Sayed Abdel Ghani and Zainab Hassan Saied
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:8010023
  16. Mediastinal masses and lymphadenopathy are often incidentally detected on chest radiograph. Despite diagnostic limitations, the chest radiograph is also important for detecting and localizing mediastinal masse...

    Authors: Adel Rezk, Sameh Hafez, Alaa Abd Al-Hamid, Ahmed Youssef Shaaban Gad and Mohamed Khamis
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:8010017
  17. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common condition that is characterized by intermittent and recurrent pauses in respiration results in multiple cycles of hypoxia/reoxygenation with an increased production of...

    Authors: Hoda A. Youssef, Alaa El-Dine O. Shalaby, Olfat G. Shaker, Irene M. Sabry and Eman A. Mahmoud
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:8010010
  18. Malignant pleural mesothelioma (MPM) is a rare tumour. Exposure to asbestos is a well-established aetiological factor for MPM. Patients typically present with shortness of breath due to pleural effusion or che...

    Authors: Hussein F. Mahmoud
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2014 8:8010001
  19. Data regarding the patients’ satisfaction with flexible bronchoscopy (FB) in our country, which is the major driving force in defining our practice, are lacking and have not been studied. We aimed to assess ou...

    Authors: Ashraf Madkour, Nehad Osman, Samar Sharkawy and Ashraf Gomaa
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2013 7:7020071
  20. Pulmonary arterial hypertension is a devastating disease with significant disability and mortality, and it has much higher prevalence than previously thought.

    Authors: Youssriah Y. Sabri, Iman M. Hamdy, Irene M. Sabry and Assad A. Saif Al-Hadi
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2013 7:7020060
  21. Medical thoracoscopy is an old interventional technique that has evoluted over more than hundred years. The role of medical thoracoscopy in modern pulmonary medicine is well established, its application is acc...

    Authors: Amr Shoukri
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2013 7:7020050
  22. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is the fifth cause of morbidity and mortality in the developed world and represents a substantial economic and social burden. Patients experience a progressive dete...

    Authors: Ahmed Y. Gad and Sayed A. El-Shafe
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Bronchology 2013 7:7020043

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