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    Spanish COPD guidelines (GesEPOC) 2021: updated pharmacological treatment of stable COPD [Pré-print]

    The Spanish COPD Guidelines (GesEPOC) were first published in 2012, and since then have undergone a series of updates incorporating new evidence on the diagnosis and treatment of COPD. GesEPOC was drawn up in partnership with scientific societies involved in the treatment of COPD and the Spanish Patients...

    European Respiratory Society guideline on long term management of children with bronchopulmonary dysplasia

    Eur. respir. j; 54 (3), 2019
    This document provides recommendations for monitoring and treatment of children in whom bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) has been established and were discharged from the hospital, or who were older than 36 weeks of postmenstrual age. The guideline was based on pre-defined Population, Intervention, Com...

    Management of Severe Asthma: a European Respiratory Society/American Thoracic Society Guideline

    Eur. respir. j; 54 (3), 2019
    This document provides clinical recommendations for the management of severe asthma. Comprehensive evidence syntheses, including meta-analyses, were performed to summarise all available evidence relevant to the Task Force's questions. The evidence was appraised using the Grading of Recommendations, Asses...

    Guía de práctica clínica para el diagnóstico y tratamiento de pacientes con enfermedad pulmonar obstructiva crónica (EPOC): guía española de la EPOC (GesEPOC)

    Arch. bronconeumol. (Ed. impr.); 53 (supl 1), 2017
    La enfermedad pulmonar obstructiva crónica (EPOC) presenta una gran heterogeneidad clínica, por lo que su tratamiento se debe individualizar según el nivel de riesgo y el fenotipo. La Guía Española de la EPOC (GesEPOC) estableció por primera vez en 2012 unas pautas de tratamiento farmacológico bas...

    Summary of the international clinical guidelines for the management of hospital-acquired and ventilator-acquired pneumonia

    ERJ open res; 4 (2), 2008
    Nosocomial pneumonia is a frequent infection that is classified into two groups [1]: HAP, which develops in hospitalised patients after 48 h of admission, and does not require (but may include) artificial ventilation at the time of diagnosis [2, 3]; and VAP, which occurs in intensive care unit (ICU) pati...