New research is being presented at CHEST 2013, the annual meeting of the American College of Chest Physicians, from October 26 to 31 in Chicago.

Meeting Highlights

Electronic ICUs Provide Remote Care

Ultrasound Tops Other Diagnostics in ICU Care

Hypotension in ED Sepsis Patients

Predicting Neurologic Outcomes After Induced Hypothermia

Transthoracic Chest Ultrasound for ARF

Yoga Beneficial in Patients With COPD

Cigarette Size & Lung Cancer Risk

Assessing a Brief Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program for COPD

Comparing EBUS Scope Approaches

PEF Detects Impairment in Pulmonary Tuberculosis

News From the Meeting

Exhaled Breath Biomarker May Detect Lung Cancer

Burden of Futile Care in ICU Studied: Patients Waiting For Care Affected Negatively

Beta-Blockers May Increase Adverse Cardiac Events, Patients At Risk During Noncardiac Surgical Procedures

CPAP Exposure Therapy Improves Compliance

Lung Cancer Screening: Prep for Change

Guidance Focuses on Waste in Pulmonary Care

Asthma Risk Tied to Ethnic Pet Preferences?

Adempas Benefit in Pulmonary HTN Holds Up

Angina Drug May Work in HF

Once-Daily LABA Works in COPD

ACCP Becomes First-ever Medical Association to Receive the Society for Simulation in Healthcare Accreditation for Its Clinical Simulation Program

The American College of Chest Physicians Releases List of Common But Not Always Necessary Tests or Procedures in Pulmonary Medicine

Daily News – October 27

Daily News – October 28

Daily News – October 29

Daily News -October 30
More From the Meeting

General Information

CME Information

CHEST 2013 App

Download Program

Postgraduate Courses

ACCP Simulation Center

Opening Sessions

Problem-Based Learning Sessions

Simulation-Enhanced General Sessions

Small Case-Based Interactive Discussions

Clinical Care-Focused Tracks

Clinical Resource Center

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