Targeted lung denervation may be a potential new therapy for COPD authors of a first-in-human study say, but an expert says that while the study is interesting it’s too early to get excited by the results. In patients with COPD parasympathetic pulmonary nerves release acetycholine causing smooth muscle contraction and increased mucus production which contributes to ...
Lung denervation the next COPD revolution?
By Nicola Garrett
17 Mar 2015