ABSTRACT/PRESENTATION TITLE: THE ASTHMA NEW DISCOVERIES AND THERAPIES IN THE AGE OF COVID IN GHANA
CREDENTIALS: B.A /BSC MANAGEMENT /SOCIOLOGY/ACCOUNTING/PSYCHOLOGY
PRIMARY INSTITUTION: Global Sustainable Development Program NGO Ghana
Global Sustainable Development Program NGO Ghana .CO APPLICANTS: 1. Ahamed Iddrisu firstname.lastname@example.org male 2. Nawaratu Iddrisu email@example.com Female 3. Hamidatu Iddrisu firstname.lastname@example.org Female.
THE Asthma: New Discoveries and Therapies in the Age of COVID; The topic is timely and urgent given the recent mechanistic insights into inflammatory airway disease, the current maturation of new biological therapies for this type of disease, and the overlap of this information with progressive lung disease after respiratory viral infections, including COVID-19. A new coronavirus (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2; SARS-CoV-2) there are still no specific treatments or effective vaccines for coronavirus. Asthma was identified in 10.5% of all of the patients 13.5% in patients aged.
Asthma: New Discoveries and Therapies.Moreover, this disease spectrum overlaps with inflammatory lung disease driven by respiratory viral infection, including COVID-19. Outcomes and Laboratory and Clinical Findings of Individual susceptibility and clinical outcome of Covid-19 are Outcomes and Laboratory and Clinical Findings of Asthma and Allergic Patients Admitted with Covid-19. This new pathogen was identified as an enveloped RNA.. Since all these drug therapies could be related to age.
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