pulmonologist


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pulmonologist

[poo͡l′mə·nol′ə·jist]
Etymology: L, pulmo, lung
an individual skilled in pulmonology.
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Growing atmospheric pollution is also emerging as a serious risk for people in general to contract the ailment and its associated risks,' warned the senior pulmonologist.
Mentioning that tendency to abruptly stop taking medicine and resuming out of one's own will as a major cause of MDR, the pulmonologist also referred to associated risks children and other family members of patients may be exposed to due to the trend.
Results: Pulmonologist (52%) has interpreted the dose of the films as regular more than other observers (radiologist; 44.
Geographic accessibility of pulmonologists for adults with COPD: United States, 2013.
But the pulmonologist was heedless of the patient's condition.
Preakness Healthcare Center is seeking one Chief Pulmonologist for the Ventilator Unit to provide timely on- site services in accordance with Federal and State Regulations for long term care facilities.
Dr Premnath Kannada, pulmonologist at Rashid Hospital said misdiagnosis of allergies is a major problem because studies point out that when allergies are not properly treated and diagnosed, they can lead to asthma.
To justify the presence of a pulmonology director in Kyperounda, the paper said, Patsalis then also had a pulmonologist from the Limassol clinic whisked to Kyperounda.
The Ministry of Health is preparing a decree banning free sale of antibiotics in Kyrgyzstan, Chief Pulmonologist Talant Sooronbayev told AKIpress in an interview.
Yammine, a pulmonologist and critical care physician, came to Mercy Hot Springs in 2012 after finishing a three-year specialty training program at the University of Oklahoma.
Suresh Puri, internal medicine consultant and pulmonologist, JTS Medical Centre.
Further research is needed to determine the potential of breath analysis for heart failure identification, but Cleveland Clinic researchers are encouraged by their findings, says Raed Dweik, MD, a pulmonologist with the Respiratory Institute at Cleveland Clinic and lead investigator in the study.