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Articles published in Thorax

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    September 2017
  1. DUBE BP, Dres M, Mayaux J, Demiri S, et al
    Ultrasound evaluation of diaphragm function in mechanically ventilated patients: comparison to phrenic stimulation and prognostic implications.
    Thorax. 2017;72:811-818.
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    August 2017
  2. MARSHALL H, Horsley A, Taylor CJ, Smith L, et al
    Detection of early subclinical lung disease in children with cystic fibrosis by lung ventilation imaging with hyperpolarised gas MRI.
    Thorax. 2017;72:760-762.
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    June 2017
  3. PAVITT MJ, Swanton LL, Hind M, Apps M, et al
    Choking on a foreign body: a physiological study of the effectiveness of abdominal thrust manoeuvres to increase thoracic pressure.
    Thorax. 2017;72:576-578.
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    January 2017
  4. ZAKHARKINA T, Martin-Loeches I, Matamoros S, Povoa P, et al
    The dynamics of the pulmonary microbiome during mechanical ventilation in the intensive care unit and the association with occurrence of pneumonia.
    Thorax. 2017 Jan 18. pii: thoraxjnl-2016-209158.
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  5. FRERICHS I, Amato MB, van Kaam AH, Tingay DG, et al
    Chest electrical impedance tomography examination, data analysis, terminology, clinical use and recommendations: consensus statement of the TRanslational EIT developmeNt stuDy group.
    Thorax. 2017;72:83-93.
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    May 2016
  6. HUSSAIN SN, Cornachione AS, Guichon C, Al Khunaizi A, et al
    Prolonged controlled mechanical ventilation in humans triggers myofibrillar contractile dysfunction and myofilament protein loss in the diaphragm.
    Thorax. 2016;71:436-45.
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  7. NACHIRA D, Chiappetta M, Congedo MT, Vita ML, et al
    Giant air-inflated hydatid cyst of the lung mimicking massive pneumothorax.
    Thorax. 2016;71:484-5.
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    April 2016
  8. DAVIDSON AC, Banham S, Elliott M, Kennedy D, et al
    BTS/ICS guideline for the ventilatory management of acute hypercapnic respiratory failure in adults.
    Thorax. 2016;71 Suppl 2:ii1-35.
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  9. LI YH, Peng CK
    Man in the bubble.
    Thorax. 2016;71:386.
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    October 2015
  10. RAMSAY M, Mandal S, Suh ES, Steier J, et al
    Parasternal electromyography to determine the relationship between patient-ventilator asynchrony and nocturnal gas exchange during home mechanical ventilation set-up.
    Thorax. 2015;70:946-52.
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    September 2015
  11. JIMENEZ D, Resano S, Otero R, Jurkojc C, et al
    Computerised clinical decision support for suspected PE.
    Thorax. 2015;70:909-11.
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    June 2015
  12. KOLDITZ M, Ewig S, Klapdor B, Schutte H, et al
    Community-acquired pneumonia as medical emergency: predictors of early deterioration.
    Thorax. 2015;70:551-8.
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    May 2015
  13. CHEN YX, Li CS
    Lactate on emergency department arrival as a predictor of mortality and site-of-care in pneumonia patients: a cohort study.
    Thorax. 2015;70:404-10.
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    March 2015
  14. HAJIZADEH N, Goldfeld K, Crothers K
    What happens to patients with COPD with long-term oxygen treatment who receive mechanical ventilation for COPD exacerbation? A 1-year retrospective follow-up study.
    Thorax. 2015;70:294-6.
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