Although young people are less exposed to the risk of contagion, we do not know if childhood respiratory diseases are a risk factor. The prescribed treatments must always be taken.
Virtual International Pediatric Pulmonary Network (VIPPN)
The Virtual International Pediatric Pulmonary Network (VIPPN) is the website of the International Relations Committee (IRC) of the American Thoracic Society's (ATS) Pediatric Assembly. However, EVERYONE can access the VIPPN webpage, not just ATS members.
From bench to bedside: Impact of high‐altitude therapy on type‐2 immune responses in asthma patients
Asthma is a very heterogeneous disease, mainly associated with a type 2 immune response,where different cells interact and contribute to the disease pathogenesis.
Take a breath of SIMRI air....
Discover the Italian Pediatric Respiratory Society (SIMRI)!
Coronavirus: “Children with asthma must not suspend therapies”
#AskToExpert: this month we talk about ... Chronic Cough
Chronic cough: Professor Ahmad Kantar, head of the Pediatrics and Pediatric Allergy Unit at the San Pietro Policlinico of Bergamo, answers our questions to clarify the doubts concerning the topic of this month.
Well done! Since January 1st, 2017, our Society is affiliated with the European Society of Respiratory Diseases (ERS)
Quick Case opening: the Instructions
Dear SIMRI Members,
During the last American Thoracic Society (ATS) Congress, the Pediatric Assembly delegation met the SIMRI delegation. From this encounter arose a collaboration, with the aim to increase the “Educational” activities.
A brand new collaboration between SIMRI and ATS
SIMRI and ATS started a new collaboration to provide Italian translation of information material for patients and their families
Surgical masks in children: are they really dangerous?
The controversy over the efficacy of respiratory physiotherapy in the treatment of children with acute Bronchiolitis
The efficacy of montelukast in children with obstructive sleep apnea
Asymptomatic congenital lung malformations: outcomes of surgical treatment in the first months of life.
Interstitial lung disease: STING-associated vasculopathy with onset in infancy (SAVI)
Volume-assured pressure support mode improves overnight adherence in children with neuromuscular disease
Respiratory tract infections in children with tracheostomy: pneumonia and over-treatment