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What treatment is available for cf?

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Chest physical therapy by hands · Forced expiratory technique and autogenic drainage · Positive expiratory pressure (PEP) using a PEP mask.

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Sujit Kapoor,
FURNITURE RESTORER
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Treatments for cystic fibrosis. There's no cure for cystic fibrosis, but a range of treatments can help control the symptoms, prevent or reduce complications, and

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Kashif Kumkum
Financial Analyst
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In broad terms let's cover them in three categories - Physiotherapy, Medications and Lung Transplant. But first we want to make one thing abundantly clear. You

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Shiriram Sajawal
DEICER INSPECTOR PNEUMATIC
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By C Edmondson · 2016 · Cited by 52 — The most commonly used nebulized antibiotics against P. aeruginosa are tobramycin, colistin and more recently, aztreonam; in many cases, a

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Radhika Patni
SAMPLE TAKER OPERATOR
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There's currently no cure for cystic fibrosis, but a number of treatments are available to help control the symptoms, prevent complications, and

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Jass Behl
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST TEACHING SUPERVISOR
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There is no cure for CF. But research in gene therapy is being done. The gene that causes CF has been found. This may lead to a better understanding of the

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B.Subhash Fauzdar
PACKING HOUSE SUPERVISOR
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Antibiotics: These are the main medicines used to prevent and treat lung infections. Often, you'll take these in pill form. They're also available in

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Ehsaan Khatkar
SHOE DYER
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Antibiotics may be prescribed to get rid of a lung infection and to prevent another infection from occurring in the future. They're usually given as liquids, tablets, or"Symptoms · Causes · Diagnosis

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Shanu Siddqui
SUPERVISOR PIPE MANUFACTURE
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Airway Clearance. Airway clearance techniques (ACTs) loosen thick, sticky mucus so it can be cleared from your lungs by coughing or huffing. · Clinical Trials.

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Sanjay Hendler
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