Living with pulmonary fibrosis : Why is it difficult to diagnose and treat? Free

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Dr Melissa Wickremasinghe discusses living with pulmonary fibrosis and why it is difficult to diagnose and treat. Dr Wickremasinghe gives an overview of the referral pathways and the diagnostic process and discusses the various treatment strategies and options.

This lecture was filmed at 'Medicine and me: Living with pulmonary fibrosis' meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 26th April 2016

Length: 00:18:30

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00:07:10 - Hub and spoke model
00:12:40 - Classification according to disease behaviour
00:18:27 - Conclusion
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Professor Tom Waddell, Professor of Thoracic and Lung Transplant Surgery, University of Toronto.

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Dr Knut Lonnroth, World Health Organization, Geneva.

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Dr Nicola Bridges, Consultant Paediatric Endocrinologist, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital. 

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Peter Barnes, Head of Respiratory Medicine, Imperial College London.

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Mike Blayney, Consultant Anaesthetist, Noble's Hospital, Isle of Man.

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