Displaying items by tag: Division of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Medicine

UAB gets $11 million grant for potential groundbreaking study of beta blockers for patients with COPD.
UAB discovery gives better understanding of and potential therapies for septic shock and reperfusion injuries.
UAB is implanting one-way valves in patients with severe emphysema in an effort to reduce their overall lung volume, which improves lung function.
Five faculty members in the UAB School of Medicine have been named the inaugural James A. Pittman Jr., M.D., Scholars, a new program organized to recognize the contributions of junior faculty.
A UAB researcher is looking for clues in the cell walls of fungi to alleviate severe fungal reactions in patients with asthma.
Researchers participated in a multi-site study that disproved a once-promising theory that statins might have a beneficial effect on lung function.
A UAB study describes the process that contributes to persistent scarring of organ tissue in older patients with fibrotic diseases and offers two targets to reduce or control fibrosis.
ECMO, or extra corporeal membrane oxygenation, takes on the function of the heart and lungs by routing the patient’s blood into the machine where carbon dioxide is removed and oxygen is added.
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