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Mice, gut bacteria and lung disease

Could the bacteria┬ásometime used preventatively before women have Caesarean sections contribute to people developing lung problems? Recently scientists have become increasingly interested in the biome – the bacteria that live in and alongside people. A study on mice at Cincinatti … Continue reading

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The significance and the necessity of routinely performing lung ultrasound in the neonatal intensive care units

Various lung diseases are the most common conditions and the leading cause of hospital admission and death in newborns. Historically, the diagnosis and differential diagnosis of lung diseases primarily relied on conventional chest X-ray and computed tomography (CT) scans, however, … Continue reading

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