Yvette A. Hayman
Hull York Medical School
PathophysiologyQuality of lifeAirwayInternal medicineDownregulation and upregulationSurgeryPathologyPhagocytosisIntensive care medicineChemistryPhysical therapyProspective cohort studyIngestionEmergency medicinePredictive value of testsImmunologyTHP1 cell lineObservational studyLipid dropletFEV1/FVC ratioRespiratory diseaseLung cancerSomatostatinSputumCOPDContinuous monitoringCystic fibrosisExacerbationChronic coughConvalescenceBronchoalveolar lavageAlveolar macrophageCD80CD14MacrophageCD11cClinical PracticeCorrelation coefficientSpirometryOctreotideTelehealthPopulationDomestic environmentCough FrequencySymptom ratingsCopd exacerbationIdentification systemLiving roomPulmonary diseaseSeverity of illnessHospital dischargeSignificant differenceIn patientEarly dischargePost dischargeTeaching hospitalAfter dischargePatient complianceObjective measurementRefluxRespiratory systemFlow cytometryMedicineCohortCell cultureImmune systemGastroenterologySubjective reportCell biology
Publications 11
#1Michael G. Crooks (Hull York Medical School)H-Index: 13
#2Yvette A. Hayman (Hull York Medical School)H-Index: 3
Last. Alyn H. Morice (Hull York Medical School)H-Index: 42
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Background: Telehealth has been advocated as a way to monitor patients with COPD to anticipate exacerbations and allow early therapeutic intervention. We have investigated whether automatic cough counting over a 45 day period following an acute exacerbation can be used as an objective measure of wellbeing and compared this with home FEV1 measurement. Method: The Hull Automated Cough Counter (HACC) was used to measure the cough frequency over a 24 hour period on days 1, 5, 20 and 45 post discharg...
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