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Research on electrical nerve-block implant aims at treating asthma ...

Biomedical engineering researchers at Case Western Reserve University are refining more than 15 years of work on an electrical nerve-block implant, focusing their next step on new applications related to treating asthma and heart failure.

The research by Niloy Bhadra, MD, PhD, an assistant research professor of Biomedical Engineering, Kevin Kilgore, PhD, a professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and three other Case Western Reserve investigators was bolstered this summer by a four-year, $2 million National Institutes of Health grant.

The new research, aimed at blocking unwanted generation of nerve impulses in many clinical applications, will be conducted at The MetroHealth System, where Bhadra is on the bioscientific staff. The study will be done in collaboration with teams at UCLA and Johns Hopkins University.

Bhadra and Kilgore, also both researchers at the Cleveland FES (Functional Electrical Stimulation) Center, have been developing the nerve block since 2000. Their technology is in commercial use for pain management by Neuros Medical Inc., a Willoughby Hills company which this summer received a $20 million boost from five venture-capital partners.

Can mild asthma relief on it's own without treatment? and can it be dangerous ?

I'm sorry it's a little bit long but please read , I really need help !
I'm 20 and in fact I've doubted that I have a mild asthma for tow years now , because sometimes I have a dry cough and I have a little wheezing when I breathe and also some

I was the same - I had a bad episode when I was 15 and ignored it. I had no problems until this year (I'm now 28) when I started to get mild breathing problems during training sessions and finally about 3 weeks ago I had a major episode just like the

At the very least, you need to go get an inhaler. I think Walmart carries Primatene mist. However, you really need to see a doctor and find out what is triggering your asthma. The doctor will probably prescribe you some albuterol as a reliever (fast

I was the same - I had a bad episode when I was 15 and ignored it. I had no problems until this year (I'm now 28) when I started to get mild breathing problems during training sessions and finally about 3 weeks ago I had a major episode just like the

How soon to expect asthma relief?

I had a really bad attack yesterday and had repeated attacks throughout the past 2 days. I've been taking pulmicort and albuterol regularly but went to the doctor today because the attacks were not going away.

She gave me a nebulizer treatment,

If you have insurance see a pulmonary specialist or an allergist with asthma expertise. Albuteral is a temporary solution with immediate but not long term results. A steroid will reduce the inflamation in your lungs. Xolair and immunotherapy injections

Get some fresh cool air and sit and try to remain calm..meditation helps also. They say not to use Primatene mist but I use it anyways in an emergency since it works real fast.

I have bronchial asthma myself since i was a kid.

Singulair didn't work for me... I've had the best luck with Advair.