respirologist


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respirologist

(res?pi-rol'o-jist) [ respire + -log + -ist]
A physician trained and certified to treat pulmonary diseases.
Synonym: pulmonologist
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Authors Lisa Richardson, an internal medicine specialist who is a leader of the University of Toronto's office of Indigenous medical education, and Matthew Stanbrook, a respirologist and deputy editor of the CMAJ, write that Indigenous Canadians continue to feel unwelcome or unsafe in medical institutions.
Smoking one joint is already equivalent to smoking 10 cigarettes," Dr Deborah Hellyer, a respirologist from Windsor, Ontario, said.
But I kept after her--and after her--and finally she referred me to a respirologist," says Donaldson, 79, who lives in Rockland, a town of about 11,000 an hour's drive east of Ottawa.
Although results may vary, some patients are provided the greatest freedom and are ventilator free for up to 24 hours a day," said Dr Jeremy Road, Respirologist and Professor of Medicine UBC, The Lung Centre, Vancouver BC.
The first hour of the session will provide education in a classroom setting with experts such as a respirologist, a pharmacist, a dietician, and a sociologist.
Hutcheon is an internist and respirologist who practices in the University Health Network in Toronto.
Another said, "I was going to a hospital, another hospital, to see a respirologist for myself and they called me to tell me I was not allowed to come.
Morrison, who was trained as a respirologist, no longer works in intensive care.
Gerry Hollinger, a respirologist with the Guelph General Sleep Laboratory, saw a need to develop a diagnostic tool to measure bruxism forces in subjects during sleep.
Three Winnipeg doctors, two surgeons and a respirologist at the Health Sciences Centre, have already performed the new procedure on ten patients with an overall successful outcome.
an IPF researcher and Consultant Respirologist at University Health Network, Professor and Vice-Chair of Medicine, University of Toronto.
After the flag ceremony, Tom Sampair, a 1977 graduate of the Academy and 3M respirologist, will briefly speak about his experiences assisting with the safety and rescue operations on the day of the attack.