Assessment and Management of Chronic Cough

Updated: Oct 20

This is one of the greatest finds about management of chronic cough. It is located on the NIH's NCBI - The National Center for Biotechnology Information HERE (repository) which "advances science and health by providing access to biomedical and genomic information".


As you will note, these brilliant and dedicated researchers could not find the term "cessation" (cure) in the countless studies and published manuscripts they reviewed. Dr. Weinberger has used the term "cure" numerous times in the content and the titles, as with his latest published manuscript, "Cures of the Cough Without a Cause". HERE


The publication is from 2013, and as you will note below, it trends well into results of The Rotterdam Study from April 2020. - Editor


- From: Assessment and Management of Chronic Cough -


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK116709/


Objectives: (You will want to read this twice. - Editor)

"Cough is the most common complaint for patients seeking medical attention in the United States. Although the most common cause of cough is acute self-limited viral infections, chronic cough (cough that lasts more than 4 weeks in children <14 years of age or more than 8 weeks in adolescents and adults) has a significant impact on quality of life and is responsible for up to 38 percent of pulmonary outpatient visits. Furthermore, a treatable cause is absent in up to 46 percent of patients with chronic cough despite a thorough diagnostic investigation. The comparative value of tools for assessing cough and the comparative effectiveness of treatments for unexplained or refractory cough are uncertain." Editor note: No mention of an instant and permanent cure via telemedicine, in-office, or by-proxy.



As noted HERE (You might want to read this aloud twice also.) It is from the abstract of:



Updates in treatment of adults with chronic cough; American Journal of Managed Care

. 2020 Oct;26(11 Suppl):S239-S245. doi: 10.37765/ajmc.2020.88515.


"Chronic cough is a severely debilitating condition that results in individuals coughing hundreds to thousands of times per day. Unfortunately, at the time of this writing, the majority of treatments currently available address acute cough and have minimal efficacy for chronic cough. There are no current FDA-approved pharmacologic treatments for chronic cough, resulting in a large, unmet need for patients. Recent advancements in the understanding of the chronic cough reflex and suspected neurobiology have led to the development of novel therapeutic targets to bridge this unmet treatment need." - Updates in treatment of adults with chronic cough HERE Editor note: No mention of an instant and permanent cure via telemedicine, in-office, or by-proxy.


Takeaway as noted above - "Cough is the most common complaint for patients seeking medical attention in the United States", AND "Unfortunately, at the time of this writing, the majority of treatments currently available address acute cough and have minimal efficacy for chronic cough."


Dr. Weinberger's procedure is a "non-pharmalogic," instant and permanent chronic cough cure which is simple, drug-free, satisfying and available in-office, via telemedicine and by-proxy everywhere around the world.

Knowledge of Dr. Weinberger's diagnosis, treatment (cure) and recovery has helped numerous children (as young as 3) and adults with over 20+ years of 16-18+ hours per day of relentless, vicious and violent habit cough MAP. The cures are routinely instant & permanent, and so obvious that parents, patients and doctors continue to be astonished. Editor note: Multiple mentions of an instant and permanent cure via telemedicine, in-office, or by-proxy.

Click HERE for the NIH repository peer reviewed and published studies, papers, letters and manuscripts, including "Assessment and Management of Chronic Cough".


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK116707/?term=cessation



Data sources:

We searched PubMed®, Embase®, and the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (June 4, 2012) for relevant English-language comparative studies.


Review methods:

Two investigators screened each abstract and full-text article for inclusion, abstracted data, rated quality and applicability, and graded evidence. Random-effects models were used to compute summary estimates of effects. We supplemented the meta-analysis of direct comparisons with a mixed treatment meta-analysis that incorporated data from placebo comparisons and head-to-head comparisons. Editor note: No mention of an instant and permanent cure via telemedicine, in-office, or by-proxy.



Editor note: Please continue HERE so that you might understand how manuscript relates to The Rotterdam Study.



Over 200,000,000 adults over the age of 45 suffer from chronic cough.


Cough aerosol spray spreads virus, illness and disease.


Cure the cough and you stop the spread.


Suppressing or treating a cough is not good enough.


There has never been a permanent cure for chronic cough. Until now!


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