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Treatment for Chronic Cough

Having an occasional cough, such as when you have a cold, is considered normal. When you have a chronic cough, though, it’s important to find out what is causing it, as it helps ensure that you get the treatment you need. Symptoms of a Chronic Cough A chronic cough lasts for at least eight weeks, …

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What to Expect After Undergoing Nitric Oxide Monitoring

Nitric oxide (NO) amounts in the breath can help determine the source and degree of your breathing issues. By conducting a Nitric Oxide Monitoring test – also known as FeNO – your doctor can quickly identify whether inflammation is present and if asthma might be the underlying source of your symptoms, by measuring the amounts …

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Do I Have Chronic Cough?

Coughing performs an important function since it helps keep your lungs clear and also prevents infection. An occasional cough is nothing to worry about, but a persistent, chronic cough is a sign that an underlying medical problem exists. In this blog, NYC pulmonologist/lung doctor Dr. Marc Bowen of MXBowen, Physician P.C., Health & Breathing Center …

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What You Can Expect After Undergoing a Thoracic Ultrasound

If your doctor has recommended a thoracic ultrasound, you may wonder what this procedure involves, why it’s used, and what you can expect afterward. In this blog, NYC pulmonologist, Dr. Marc Bowen, provides answers about thoracic ultrasounds. What is a thoracic ultrasound? A thoracic ultrasound is a non-evasive test that allows your doctor to view …

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