pulmonologist


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pulmonologist

[poo͡l′mə·nol′ə·jist]
Etymology: L, pulmo, lung
an individual skilled in pulmonology.
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In addition to asking pulmonologists about their approaches to treatment, the survey asked participants to consider IPF from the patient s perspective, including impact of the disease.
Our message is that if people suffer from recurrent colds and coughs or excessive phlegm they should visit an ENT specialist, who can then refer them to a pulmonologist if need be.
In a brief telephone communication, he told the Cyprus Mail that the reports were not true and that he did not even know the pulmonologist alleged to be his friend.
Additionally, 47% were managed by a primary care physician alone, 41% were comanaged by a primary care physician and a pulmonologist, 10% did not have a primary care physician and received care mainly from a specialist, and about 2% had no regular care provider.
Adams is a pulmonologist in private practice in New York City.
Reflecting the individual medication dispensing patterns, the proportion of adults with asthma who received at least one asthma medication from a Kaiser pharmacy was higher among those receiving care from an allergist (95 percent), pulmonologist (97 percent), or both (98 percent), compared with no specialist care (83 percent) (p < .
Dudley Johnson, a pulmonologist from Wisconsin, and Dr.
Her pulmonologist had prescribed her a variety of antibiotics over several months without any success.
There, the plaintiffs brought a virtual SWAT team of medical specialists to court--a toxicologist, a pulmonologist, and an epidemiologist--while the defense chose to present not a single expert in rebuttal.
No one else has followed a cohort of schoolchildren of this age for this long a time," says pulmonologist David Bates of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.
There do not appear to be complications associated with oral contraceptives, but this issue should be discussed with the patient's pulmonologist and gynecologist.
Note: The Pulmonologists will not provide services for the residents on the Special Care Ventilator Dependent Unit unless the Pulmonologist was the Pulmonologist of record who treated the resident in the hospital and the Pulmonologist is Board Certified in Pulmonology.