Even one exacerbation is too many1-4, learn about the dangers of exacerbations

Together we can do more to help prevent exacerbations and permanent lung damage.

Explore the videos and podcasts below that provide educational information about exacerbations including, how to prevent them and how they can impact your patients more than you may think.

Educational Videos

Dive into our educational video content to increase your knowledge about exacerbations. Learn from industry experts as they discuss key data regarding the dangers of exacerbations and the importance of preventing exacerbations in your patients.

Podcast

Learn on-the-go by exploring our educational podcasts. Visit the link below to hear from industry experts as they discuss their experience with exacerbations and how important it is to help prevent them in your patients with COPD.

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