Michael A. Coyle

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BACKGROUND To date, methods used to assess cough have been primarily subjective, and only broadly reflect the impact of chronic cough and/or chronic cough therapies on quality of life. Objective assessment of cough has been attempted, but early techniques were neither ambulatory nor feasible for long-term data collection. We evaluated a novel ambulatory(More)
of the most significant factors influencing the practice of medicine is the tremendous increase in personal mobility and the upcoming deployment of a wide array of non-invasive microsensors to monitor a person's condition, along with advances in medical imaging devices. Wireless communications, the Internet, and low-cost air travel has now created a new(More)
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