Recognizing the respiratory manifestations of neuromuscular disease in children is a critical first step toward protecting their survival and improving their quality of life. In this session of Grand Rounds from the University of Arizona College of Medicine, participants learn about the art of assessing respiratory problems in these children, and the treatment options available for optimizing long-term management.
Presenting this session of Grand Rounds is Dr. Cori Daines, pediatric pulmonologist and associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. Dr. Daines is director of the pediatric bronchoscopy program, and co-director of the Tuscon Cystic Fibrosis Center.
This is Part 2 of a lecture in three parts.
To view the complete video recording of this and other Grand Rounds sessions from the University of Arizona College of Medicine, visit their website.