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.,14.5.08 -- PPreressentation in several entation in several national meetingsnational meetings History of ČARO- GARD.CZ Medical societies (parts of MS J.E.Purkyně) Czech Pneumological and Phthisiological Society Czech Society of Allergology and Clinical Immunology Czech Oncological Society Czech Sleep Research Society Society of Occupational Medicine Society of Occupational Diseases Working Group of Paediatric Pneumology Association of General Practitioners Society of General Medicine Professional Society of Paediatric Practitioners Society for Treatment of Tobacco Addiction Pneumological Section of Czech National Nurses Association WHO Czech Country Office Společnosti a sdružení podporující ČARO Collaborating parties of ČARO Nongovernmental Organisations Nongovernmental Organisations Czech Civic Association against COPD (Czech Civic Association against COPD (ČČOPN)OPN) Czech Czech Initiative Initiative for Asthma (for Asthma (ČČIPA)IPA) National CentNational Centrre for Severe Asthma e for Severe Asthma CCzechzech Cystic FibrosisCystic Fibrosis AssociationAssociation Association of Allergic and Asthmatic Children, Brno Association of Allergic and Asthmatic Children, Brno Association for Helping Chronically Ill Children, PraAssociation for Helping Chronically Ill Children, Praguegue SPCCH ZO Club of Asthmatics, Olomouc SPCCH ZO Club of Asthmatics, Olomouc SPCCH ZO Association of Respiratory Ill Patients, SPCCH ZO Association of Respiratory Ill Patients, Hradec KrHradec Kráálovlovéé Collaborative parties of ČARO Non-infective, mostly lifetime, incurable diseases High social and economical burden High morbidity and invalidity (DALY) Increasing mortality, predominantly in women Underdiagnosed and undertreated diseases Some of them related to professional environment Some begin in childhood, other in old age Strongly related to smoking Chronic respiratory diseases- comprehensive characteristics COPD chronic pleuritis asthma bronchiale hypersensitive pneumonitis lung cancer pleural mesothelioma bronchiectases sarcoidosis lung fibrosis chronic sinusitis chronic rhinopathies pulmonary hypertension cystic fibrosis pulmonary eosinofilia pneumoconioses mediastinal tumours sleep apnoe syndrome bronchopulmonal dysplasia Chronic respiratory diseases National Programme constituted by ČARO Mortality – 8 000 /year 0 500 1000 1500 2000 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 year COPD Asthma Mortality on COPD and asthma Mortality on COPD and asthma bronchiale in the Czech Republicbronchiale in the Czech Republic 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 19 95 19 97 19 99 20 01 20 02 20 03 20 04 Total no of people Lineární (Total no of people) 1995 – 9 870 1997 – 8 934 1999 – 8 841 2001 – 8 195 2002 – 7 234 2003 – 7 029 2004 – 6 503 -- 34 %34 % Number of hospitalizNumber of hospitalizationsations for asthma for asthma in the Czech Republicin the Czech Republic Linear 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 1950 1960 1970 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 Men Women Lung cancer mortality in the CR year • Decrease of incidence, prevalence and mortality • Quality of life improvement • Rational utilization of diagnostic and therapeutic processes National Programme for the Fight against CRD Goals • Prevention of CRD, antismoking activities • Epidemiology and effective screening • Management of highly specialized centres (smoking addiction, ICU, CF, severe asthma, SAS,pneumooncology) National Programme for the Fight against CRD Methods- coordination of: freely breathing society patients doctors partners political lobbying mass media nurses Promising future of GARD and ČARO Promising future of ČARO and GARD
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Score: 1466079.7 - https://www.who.int/gard/news_...nts/9_kolek_czech_republic.pdf
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In their study, Jackson et al. look at the association between smoking and COVID-19 outcome measures, including confirmed positive tests and stress levels. (...) Wang et al found decreased levels of ACE2 among smokers [7]; Tomchaney et al [8] also reported decreased levels when exposing mice to cigarette smoke; and Caruso et al saw downregulation after exposing bronchial epithelial cells to cigarette smoke [9]. (...) Caruso, M.D., Alfio; et al., Role of Cigarette Smoke on ACE-2 Protein Membrane Expression in Bronchial Epithelial Cells Using an Air-Liquid Interface Model.
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Score: 1463878.3 - https://www.who.int/fctc/cop/T...n's-COVID-19-Science-Brief.pdf
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Other risk factors are indoor pollution (biomass fuels used for cooking and heating), outdoor pollution and occupational dusts and chemicals (vapours, irritants and fumes). Symptoms of COPD include cough, sputum production and breathlessness. (...) During an asthma attack, the lining of the bronchial tubes swell, causing the airways to narrow and reducing the flow of air into and out of the lungs. (...) Although the fundamental causes of asthma are not completely understood, the strongest risk factors for developing asthma are inhaled asthma triggers. These include: o indoor allergens (for example house dust mites in bedding, carpets and stuffed furniture, pollution and pet dander) o outdoor allergens (such as pollens and moulds) o tobacco smoke o chemical irritants in the workplace Other triggers can include cold air, extreme emotional arousal such as anger or fear, and physical exercise.
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Score: 1445609.5 - https://www.who.int/respirator...%20sheet%20Launch%20Brazil.pdf
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Ozone and TSP samples above GL during 2004-2006 in urban areas. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 2004 2005 2006 total TSP ozone 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 2004 2005 2006 total TSP ozone Chisinau Workshop on Sustainable and Healthy Transport 29-30 October 2008 Dinamic of general morbidity level on population in Chisinau, 2001-2005 (per 1000 population) 918,1 981,2 846,6 173,3 183,5 777 798,1 746,6 673,3 712,5 896 935,8 189,2183,1141,1 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 years m or bi di ty G. population Adults Children Chisinau Workshop on Sustainable and Healthy Transport 29-30 October 2008 Fig. 4 General morbidity level and on respiratory diseases in children in Chişinău,during 2001-2005 (incidence per 1000) 777 798,1 746,6 673,3 712,5 214,1 257,8 246,5 217 224,6 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 years ge ne ra l m or bi di ty le ve l Total children Respiratory diseases Chisinau Workshop on Sustainable and Healthy Transport 29-30 October 2008 Fig.5 Morbidity on some respiratory diseases on children in Chişinău (chronic bronchitis; bronchial asthma) 2005-2006 31,1 33,6 31,2 33,8 2005 2006 asthma chronic bronchitis Chisinau Workshop on Sustainable and Healthy Transport 29-30 October 2008 Legal framework development • With WHO/Bonn Office support Moldova started in September 2008 to develop a draft national Law (Guidelines on Ambient Air Quality). • For this reason a Working Group was established under the leading role of the National Centre of Preventive Medicine. (...) Air quality monitoring and health impact evaluation in MDA Importance of the problem Main gaps Air quality monitoring – Service for Preventive Medicine Air quality monitoring – Service for Preventive Medicine Dinamic of general morbidity level on population in Chisinau,2001-2005 (per 1000 population) Fig. 4 General morbidity level and on respiratory diseases in children in Chişinău,during 2001-2005 (incidence per 1000) Fig.5 Morbidity on some respiratory diseases on children in Chişinău (chronic bronchitis; bronchial asthma)2005-2006 Legal framework development Legal framework development Solutions and recommendations
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Score: 1366110.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...nau/Presentations/12Salaru.pdf
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UNICEF "UNICEF continues supporting the healthcare systems of Ukraine, including through the delivery of vaccines against dangerous infections,” said UNICEF Ukraine Representative Murat Sahin. (...) It is worth to remind that the elderly and those with chronic diseases are most vulnerable and should be fully vaccinated, including with booster shots as appropriate. Vaccines are available at healthcare facilities and are free for administration”, - Guillaume Simonian, acting WHO Representative in Ukraine. (...) The booster is especially recommended for people at higher risk from COVID-19, including elderly people, people with cancer, cardiovascular diseases, bronchial asthma and diabetes.
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Score: 1298281.8 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...nes-to-ukraine-with-US-support
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They suffer from fever, diarrhea, bronchial and respiratory infections, as well as malnutrition.
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Score: 1276893.75 - https://www.unv.org/node/2923/pdf
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One example is Garcinia kola which provides, inter alia : bactericidal twigs to be used as toothbrushes; nuts to cure bronchial infections; fruit flesh used as a purgative; bark for leather tanning; gum to cure gonorrhoea; latex for cuts and wounds; and sap for skin diseases and parasites.
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Score: 1276893.75 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...er_Leakey/BOOK_REVIEW_TAA.docx
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The evidence referred to above could be • clinical history and data from appropriate lung function tests related to exposure to the substance, confirmed by other supportive evidence which may include: -- in vivo immunological test (e.g. skin prick test) -- in vitro immunological test (e.g. serological analysis) -- studies that may indicate other specific hypersensitivity reactions where immunological mechanisms of action have not been proven, e.g. repeated low- level irritation, pharmacologically mediated effects -- a chemical structure related to substances known to cause respiratory hypersensitivity • data from positive bronchial challenge tests with the substance conducted according to accepted guidelines for the determination of a specific hypersensitivity reaction. 8. (...) The results of positive bronchial challenge tests are considered to provide sufficient evidence for classification on their own. (...) However, if on the basis of the evidence, it can be demonstrated that these substances induce symptoms of asthma by irritation only in people with bronchial hyperreactivity, they should not be considered as respiratory sensitisers. 24.
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Score: 1238148.3 - https://www.ilo.org/legacy/eng...fework/ghs/ghsfinal/ghsc08.pdf
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Through appropriate treatment such as using inhaled corticosteroids to ease bronchial inflammation, the number of asthma exacerbation and asthma-related deaths can be reduced. (...) Volkov © Credits Avoiding asthma triggers can reduce the severity of asthma Asthma triggers can include cold air, extreme emotional arousal such as anger or fear, and physical exercise.
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Score: 1215114.4 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...acts-in-pictures/detail/asthma
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