Asthma

Regeneron and Sanofi Report the US FDA’s Acceptance of sBLA for Review of Dupixent to Treat Moderate-to-Severe Asthma in Children

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Shots: The sBLA is based on P-III study assessing Dupixent + SOC maintenance therapy in children aged 6-11yrs. with moderate-to-severe asthma with type 2 inflammation The study resulted in a reduction of severe asthma attacks and rapidly improved lung function within 2wks, safety results were… Read More »Regeneron and Sanofi Report the US FDA’s Acceptance of sBLA for Review of Dupixent to Treat Moderate-to-Severe Asthma in Children

AstraZeneca and Amgen Report Results of Tezepelumab in P-III NAVIGATOR Trial for Severe Asthma

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Shots: The P-III NAVIGATOR study involves assessing Tezepelumab + SOC vs PBO + SOC in 1061 adults (18–80yrs.) & adolescents (12–17yrs.) with severe, uncontrolled asthma, who were receiving treatment with medium/high dose ICS + at least 1 additional controller medication with/ out OCS The trial… Read More »AstraZeneca and Amgen Report Results of Tezepelumab in P-III NAVIGATOR Trial for Severe Asthma

AstraZeneca’s Tezepelumab Fails to Meet its Primary Endpoint in P-III SOURCE Study for Asthma

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Shots: The P-III SOURCE study involves assessing Tezepelumab (210mg, q4w) vs PBO in 150 adult patients as add-on therapy with patients maintained on their currently prescribed ICS + LABA, with/ out other asthma controller therapy for 48wks. The trial did not meet its 1EPs i.e.,… Read More »AstraZeneca’s Tezepelumab Fails to Meet its Primary Endpoint in P-III SOURCE Study for Asthma

Study: Asthma Patients Maintain High Medication Adherence Using Propeller Health’s Platform

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What You Should Know: – New study out from Propeller and Chicago’s NorthShore University HealthSystem shows that asthma patients maintain higher medication adherence and decrease their rescue inhaler use when using a digital health platform. – The study looked at 100 patients recruited from NorthShore… Read More »Study: Asthma Patients Maintain High Medication Adherence Using Propeller Health’s Platform

Health Innovators: David Van Sickle on digital innovation in respiratory medicine

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In the first episode of our Health Innovators series, Paul Tunnah speaks to David Van Sickle, CEO of Propeller Health about how digital technologies are revolutionising the field of respiratory medicine. The post Health Innovators: David Van Sickle on digital innovation in respiratory medicine appeared… Read More »Health Innovators: David Van Sickle on digital innovation in respiratory medicine

AstraZeneca and Amgen Report Results of Tezepelumab in P-III NAVIGATOR for Asthma

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Shots: The P-III NAVIGATOR study involves assessing Tezepelumab + SOC vs pbo + SOC in adults (18–80yrs.) & adolescents (12–17yrs.) with severe, uncontrolled asthma, who were receiving treatment with medium/high dose ICS + at least 1 additional controller medication with or without OCS Trial met… Read More »AstraZeneca and Amgen Report Results of Tezepelumab in P-III NAVIGATOR for Asthma

Innovaccer, CareSignal Partner to Enable Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring

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What You Should Know: – Innovaccer has recently partnered with CareSignal to address healthcare’s urgent need amidst the COVID-19 pandemic: to create and maintain solid, clinically actionable relationships with patients in a new set of predominantly virtual care. – CareSignal offers evidence-based end-to-end support services… Read More »Innovaccer, CareSignal Partner to Enable Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring

Philips and BioIntelliSense Integrate to Enhance Remote Patient Monitoring

What You Should Know: – Philips integrates the BioIntelliSense FDA-cleared BioSticker™ sensor as part of its remote patient monitoring solutions for patients outside the hospital. – Multi-parameter sensors aid monitoring across multiple chronic conditions with medical-grade vital signs for physicians to remotely track core symptoms,… Read More »Philips and BioIntelliSense Integrate to Enhance Remote Patient Monitoring

The Benefits of Slow Breathing

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There are all manner of purported hiccup “cures,” which include everything from chewing on a lemon, inhaling pepper, or, our dog’s favorite, eating a spoonful of peanut butter. In my video How to Strengthen the Mind-Body Connection, I talk about the technique I’m excited to… Read More »The Benefits of Slow Breathing