Airway Clearance Therapies (ACTs) are considered a cornerstone of therapy. They are aimed at minimizing the effects of airway obstruction, infection, and inflammation in lung diseases. ACTs are recommended for individuals whose ability to mobilize and clear airway secretions is compromised.
Learn more about Airway Clearance Therapies and why they are an important part of your respiratory care by exploring the links below.
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Airway Clearance in the Era of Highly Effective Modulator Therapies (HEMT): Improving Patient Adherence and Education
A recorded panel discussion with Drs. Alexandra Quittner, Marty Solomon, and Samya Nasr:
- The barriers to treatment adherence
- The role CFTR modulators are playing
- A new approach designed to improve patient education and adherence to Airway Clearance Techniques
About Airway Clearance
Prioritizing Airway Clearance
Recognizing Flare ups (Exacerbations)