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Implementation of checklist to improve outcomes of COPD patients with acute exacerbations

Implementation of checklist to improve outcomes of COPD patients with acute exacerbations

 

• Does implementation of a checklist designed to improve the care of patients with COPD exacerbations result in greater adherence to guideline recommendations?

 

• Does implementation of a checklist designed to improve the care of patients with  COPD exacerbations results in improved patient outcomes?

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The effectiveness of a protocol-based screening in treating common COPD comorbidities

Does a protocol-based screening for commonly occurring comorbid conditions in patients with COPD (eg. CAD, CHF, depression, sleep apnea) improve management and outcomes for patients with COPD?

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Outcomes of heterogeneous responses to tiotropium

Tiotropium is widely used for COPD, but patients report highly variable responses to this medication. A clinical trial of severe COPD subjects could address both short-term (bronchodilator effect) and intermediate-term (COPD exacerbations) outcomes of this heterogeneous response by examining radiologic (chest CT), clinical (Six Minute Walk, Spirometry), and pharmacogenetic (GWAS) influences on this heterogeneous response.... more »

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Funding of Stem Cell/Lung Regeneration Research

How to "cure" a chronic, incurable disease - A potential giant step in saving the lives of many thousands of Americans, and potentially millions worldwide, who are afflicted with COPD, the third leading cause of death in the U.S.
The financial effect of COPD in the United States alone is well over $50 billion per year. It is estimated that some 30 million Americans have COPD, which of course means that at least that... more »

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Effectiveness of three smoking cessation approaches

What is the comparative effectiveness and cost effectiveness of counseling plus nicotine replacement vs. counseling plus bupropion vs. counseling plus varenicline on smoking cessation rates, patient-reported outcomes (symptom frequency, activities of daily living, quality of life, sleep quality, exacerbations), and COPD and non-COPD morbidity/mortality?

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