respiratory
COPD

COPD diagnosis must improve, says audit


The accuracy of COPD diagnosis needs to improve to avoid high cost, unsafe, and clinically ineffective treatments being provided to people who do not have COPD, a damning report has found. Published by the UK’s Royal College of Physicians the report, COPD in England—Finding the Measure of Success also suggests that nicotine replacement therapy, targeted ...

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