Rapid Update 2 – October 20: Respiratory Tract Infections: Systematic review finds honey may be effective for symptomatic relief of acute cough

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Rapid Update 1 – October 20: Respiratory: no harm or benefit from regular inhaled corticosteroid use in COPD and asthma patients on COVID-19-related mortality

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Rapid Update 1 – September 2019: Respiratory: UK study investigates cost saving inhaler switches, finding no adverse impact on health outcomes

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Rapid Update 2 – August 2019: Respiratory: Study suggests point-of-care CRP-tests may reduce use of antibiotics for COPD exacerbations

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Rapid Update 2 – February 2019. Respiratory: Vitamin D supplementation reduces rates of moderate and severe COPD exacerbations, but only in people with vitamin D deficiency

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Rapid Update 1- November 2018: Respiratory: Low-dose oral theophylline does not reduce exacerbation rates when added to inhaled corticosteroid therapy in patients with COPD

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Rapid Update 2- July 2018: Respiratory: shorter courses of systemic steroids for COPD exacerbations likely to be as effective as longer courses

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Rapid Update 3- May 2018: Respiratory: Asthma self-management: mixed findings on escalating inhaled corticosteroid dose to prevent exacerbations

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