Virtual International Pediatric Pulmonary Network (VIPPN)

The Pediatric Assembly is pleased to announce the next one of the VIPPN (Virtual International Pediatric Pulmonary Network) clinical case series.


Chronic cough in a 5 year-old girl: putting the puzzle together


The webinar will be on Thursday, October 6, 2022, from 1:00-2:00 PM EDT and will be presented by the Department of Pediatrics. Hospital Nacional de Niños, "Dr. Carlos Sáenz Herrera" and the Universidad de Costa Rica, San José, Costa Rica. Latin America.
The session will be chaired by Manuel Enrique Soto-Martínez, MD (Department of Pediatrics. Hospital Nacional de Niños "Dr. Carlos Sáenz Herrera" and Pediatric Division, School of Medicine, Universidad de Costa Rica) and the case is titled: "Chronic cough in a 5 year-old girl: putting the puzzle together", presented and discussed by:

  • Loría-Chavarrría Gloriana, MD
  • Ivancovich Gabriela, MD
  • Soto-Martínez Manuel Enrique. MD

We use zoom platform which allows real-time discussion online, making this an interactive webinar. You will need to register for the webinar to participate in the VIPPN clinical case series webinar.



We invite your participation for this session and look forward to an insightful discussion.

We welcome your proposals for future interesting cases. Please contact Ozge Yilmaz, Laura Gochicoa-Rangel and Enrico Lombardi with any suggestions/questions.

Ozge Yilmaz, MD
Co-chair International Relations Committee
ATS Assembly on Pediatrics (PEDS)

Laura Gochicoa-Rangel
Co-chair International Relations Committee
ATS Assembly on Pediatrics (PEDS)

Enrico Lombardi
Chair "ATS/SIMRI Collaboration" Interest Group
ATS Assembly on Pediatrics (PEDS)

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