In our latest podcast episode, Njira Lugogo, MD, discusses NAVIGATOR data she presented at ATS 2022 that showed clinical responses to treatment with tezepelumab.
ATS 2022: Findings from a literature review provide insight into the mechanisms of airway hyperresponsiveness in asthma.
Njira Lugogo, MD, sat down with Patient Care Online to discuss findings from the prespecified exploratory analysis of the NAVIGATOR study that she presented at ATS 2022.
ATS 2022: Mepolizumab was effective in reducing asthma exacerbations and oral corticosteroid use in real-world clinical practice, according to new research.
ATS 2022: The investigational PDE4B inhibitor slowed pulmonary decline in patients with IPF, both alone and with background use of approved antifibrotics.
ATS 2022. A greater proportion of tezepelumab-treated patients with severe, uncontrolled asthma achieved on-treatment clinical responses than placebo-treated patients.
ATS 2022: A fixed dose SABA/corticosteroid combination reduced risk of exacerbation by 27% vs SABA alone in the MANDALA study.
ATS 2022: Charts from an EHR that included a suspected diagnosis of asthma either had no objective documentation or mentioned a test but included no results.
ATS 2021: In a subgroup of oral corticosteroid-dependent patients with severe asthma from the newly released NAVIGATOR study, tezepelumab reduced exacerbations and improved lung function.
ATS.2021: Odds of uncontrolled asthma in response to pandemic-related stress increased in a significant dose-response manner among adult respondents to a new survey.