The British Thoracic Society have updated their recommendations and clinical practice points in January 2019. Key points included are related to imaging, in whom a diagnosis of bronchiectasis should be suspected, investigations for the aetiology, which patients should be taught airway clearance techniques, which techniques should be taught, how frequent and what to include during an exacerbation, recommendations for mucoactive agents, evidence for medical therapies, and much more.

To read the updated guidelines, got to: British Thoracic Society Guideline for bronchiectasis in adults