Nebuliser and CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure)
I8tories in Asthma UK community forum4 years ago
I have both these machines at home, the nebuliser, issued by the Royal Brompton Hospital, had since 2000 and the CPAP suggested required aft...
Home Nebuliser plus CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure)
Using Salbutamol 2mg/ml nebuliser solution (5mg/2.5ml) ampoule, combined with Ipatroprium Bromide 500 micrograms/2ml nebuliser solution, upt...
More Evidence: Untreated Sleep Apnea Shown to Raise Metabolic and Cardiovascular Stress.
2greys in British Lung Foundation2 years ago
Sleep apnea, left untreated for even a few days, can increase blood sugar and fat levels, stress hormones and blood pressure, according to a...
Mandibular movement monitoring may help improve oral sleep apnea devices.
2greys in British Lung Foundation8 months ago
While continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) continues to be the gold standard for treatment of sleep apnea, the cumbersome machines are...
Confused! Is a nippy the same as Bi pap and what is the difference between C pap. ??
Can anyone advise please. Susie
seyre in British Lung Foundation6 years ago
Excessive dynamic airway collapse
Quinny11 in British Lung Foundation2 years ago
I have been diagnosed with excessive dynamic airway collapse on exhalation and also vocal cord dysfunction on exhalation my pulmonary functi...
That involuntary or stuttering, double in-breath like a child would do when sobbing.
Yesterday I was sat at the bar when I had this stutter thing happened yet again. So I got out my phone and started looking around the web fo...
Hidden in British Lung Foundation3 years ago
Can anyone who's got severe sleep apnea and who's carbon dioxide levels are seriously high recommend any treatment other than cpap. My step...
How does a nippy work
Katehs in British Lung Foundation7 years ago
It never rains, BUT
yaf_user681_33231 in Asthma UK community forum12 years ago
After a real crap 6 months, and multiple tests, I got an email from my Consultant today which doesn't make pleasant reading.
I have just dict...
Sleep apnea - Has anyone been referred to a Sleep Clinic?
Hidden in Fibromyalgia Action UK6 years ago
Hi, I read that if you have sleep apnea then this will make FM/CFS worse, so it is important that our sleep levels are monitored (for Delta...
New to ME/CFS
Hidden in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Community2 years ago
I'm new to ME/CFS, only diagnosed 2 months ago. I was suffering with fatigue for 3 years before I finally gave in and saw my...
Fleurbaby in British Lung Foundation3 months ago
Hi guys, I hope you're at least comfortable in your day to day activities?
I have started using a CPAP machine since last Thursday night ...
stone-UK in British Lung Foundation2 years ago
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6MWT............Six minute walk test
Hidden in British Lung Foundation7 years ago
Why, whenever I go to see a doctor, consultant etc and i need an examination do they ask if I'm ok lying down? Is this an issue for those of...
Sleep apena & diabetis2
Mitchy65 in Care Communitya year ago
Hi I just recently been diagnosed with diabetics 2 and sleep apena it's a nightmare I keep on falling asleep any help as anyone else got the...
CPAP/ BIPAP machines
Boyce3600 in Parkinson's Movement3 years ago
Does anyone use one now or perhaps did in the past for sleep apnea or for another reason? I would like to know if you reaped any benefits fr...
Melissa87 in British Lung Foundation4 years ago
Hit a bit of a lull, my dad has been using the bicap machine for a while now but recently been asking if he can leave it off (even ...
Weird Sleep Thing Going On
ck101 in British Lung Foundation4 years ago
I have a strange sleep thing going on that I want to run by you guys to see if anyone recognises it.
When I try and sleep as I am maki...
Sleep apnea with af
Ottis in AF Associationa year agoPOPULAR
Has anyone got sleep apnea as well as af I have af and had a ablation 2013 and was great but the af returned August 2017 went back in hospit...
Hi everyone, I am new to this and was wondering if anyone could tell me the difference between copd and bronchiectasis. Thank you.
huggs in British Lung Foundation5 years agoPOPULAR
I am new to all this but have posted one silly question before (with hindsight). I have read and learned a lot from all of you, but what has...
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stone-UK in British Lung Foundation5 years agoPOPULAR
Debbs73 in Fibromyalgia Action UK6 months ago
Merry Christmas to you all. I was diagnosed with sleep apena a few months ago and got given the machine to aid better sleep. My concern is ...
Are any tips available for dealing with \"palpitations\" when they occur?
hobbledehoye in AF Association5 years ago
Have had \"palpitations\" all my life. Only troublesome now in my late sixties. Dr. is monitoring, but we have agreed to defer medication ...
I had an appointment for my breathing/sleeping problem today
andreafm in Behçet's UK7 years ago
Just a quick catch up from my last blog where I was pretty fed up and down whilst awaiting appointments.
I visited The Royal Brompt...
ENDOSCOPY - SEDATION TO ANESTHESIA - GUIDANCE (USA protocols)
gutlesswonder in Oesophageal Patients Associationa year ago
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Guidelines for sedation and anesthesia in GI endoscopy
Prepared by: ASGE STANDARD...
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Possible Sleep Apnea
LadyDaviot in British Lung Foundation4 years ago
Hi guys, I am currently awaiting treatment at hospital for very low iron which I thought along with being a very busy full-time working mum ...
Is it really asthma ?
Hannah125 in Asthma UK community forum2 months agoPOPULAR
I'm new to this forum and I've decided to post my questions here because I've been struggling to breathe for 2 months and it's not getting a...
Weight Loss Decreases Atrial Fibrillation Burden, Severity
dave205 in AF Association4 years ago
Weight loss combined with close management of hypertension and other risk factors results in fewer atrial fibrillation (AF) events and less ...
Brittle type 2 - is this a life sentence??
Hidden in Asthma UK community forum6 years ago
Well as it says really. After months of being up and down, seeming to get under some sort of control (albeit on silly amounts of medication)...
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