Respirology

Cover image for Vol. 19 Issue 5

Edited By: Peter Eastwood

Impact Factor: 2.781

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 18/50 (Respiratory System)

Online ISSN: 1440-1843

Free Pro/Con Debates Virtual Issue


Welcome to the FREE Pro/Con Debates Virtual Issue

This Virtual Issue collates articles from our "Pro/Con" Invited Review Series. In this informative series, experts debate contentious subjects such as the management of swine flu, the safety of LABA's and treatment of IPF, empyema, lung cancer and asthma.

  Free respiratory medicine article

Treating IPF – all or nothing? A PRO-CON debate
Jürgen BEHR, Martin KOLB and Gerard COX

  Free respiratory medicine article

Public health management of pandemic (H1N1) 2009 infection in Australia: A failure!
Grant W. WATERER, David S. HUI and Christine R. JENKINS

 Free respiratory medicine article

Surgery should be the first line of treatment for empyema
Ioannis E. PETRAKIS, John E. HEFFNER and Jeffrey S. KLEIN

 Free respiratory medicine article

Anti-angiogenesis drugs in lung cancer
Siow Ming LEE, Paul BAAS and Heather WAKELEE

 Free respiratory medicine article

Does the current stepwise approach to asthma pharmacotherapy encourage over-treatment?
Paul M. O'BYRNE, Helen K. REDDEL and Gene L. COLICE

  Free respiratory medicine article

Lung metastasectomy in colorectal cancer: Is this surgery effective in prolonging life?
John PRIMROSE, Tom TREASURE and Francesca FIORENTINO

  Free respiratory medicine article

The safety of long-acting beta-agonists: More evidence is needed
Shamsah KAZANI, James H. WARE, Jeffrey M. DRAZEN, D. Robin TAYLOR and Malcolm R. SEARS

 Free respiratory medicine article

Allergy is an important factor in asthma exacerbation: A Pro/Con Debate
Adnan CUSTOVIC, Angela SIMPSON, Philip G. BARDIN and Peter LE SOUËF

  Free respiratory medicine article

The debate on CXR utilization and interpretation is only just beginning: A Pro/Con Debate
Atul C. MEHTA, Ai-Ping CHUA, Fergus GLEESON and Moulay MEZIANE

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