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Sesiunea Stiintifica a Institutului de Pneumoftiziologie "Marius Nasta"

Sesiunea Stiintifica a Institutului de Pneumoftiziologie "Marius Nasta"

Sesiunea este cadrul de lansare a Registrului Național de pneumopatii interstițiale difuze și sarcoidoză iar principalele lucrări orale din programul științific acoperă o plajă largă de subiecte din patologia pneumologică, precum deficitul de alfa 1 antitripsină, microcalorimetria bacteriană ca nouă metodă de identificare a rezistenței bacteriene, interstițiul pulmonar în conectivite, reabilitarea respiratorie și ventilația non-invazivă în mediul spitalicesc și la domiciliu. Utilitatea bronhoscopiei cu autofluorescență în cancerul bronho-pulmonar, excelența în chirurgia traheală, fenotipuri de bronșiectazii sunt alte teme ce oferă măsura activității clinice și de cercetare din Institut.

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