Study Explores Effects of OFF Periods in Patients With Parkinson Disease, Care PartnersSeptember 17th 2021
In interviews with patients with Parkinson disease and their care partners, study authors noted that OFF periods can impair socialization, physical function, leisure activities, driving, and other means of independence.
Norwegian Study Shows CPAP Use Linked to Improving Insomnia in Patients With Sleep ApneaSeptember 11th 2021
Adherence to continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) resulted in a large decrease in insomnia and a significant reduction in prevalence of insomnia from baseline to follow-up in patients with obstructive sleep apnea.
Study Adds Knowledge to Asthma Severity’s Effects on Health-Related Quality of LifeSeptember 4th 2021
The authors said the results may prove useful in adding to the relatively small body of information known about the relationship between health-related quality of life and how the severity of asthma affects a patient’s preference values.
Improving COPD Care With Remote Patient MonitoringAugust 21st 2021
Worsening chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) symptoms are often underreported by patients who cannot recognize these changes as sign of decline, but they can be objectively measured through remote patient monitoring (RPM).