Tag Archives: pulmonary

Stem Cells and COPD: What You Need to Know.

I enjoy fielding questions from patients. Yes, I sense you’re rolling your eyes, but really, anything that I can answer that helps keep them out of the hospital is, I feel, time well spent. Recently though,  I’ve been fielding a … Continue reading

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Flash Mob Medical Research

It was my second day of residency, and something was afoot. As I made my way around my first rotation on the cardiac floor, my medical senses were tingling. There was something strange happening to all of my patients, I … Continue reading

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The Relationship Between Cystic Fibrosis Exacerbations and Environmental Pollution.

If you don’t know this about me by now, I need to confess something, I’m a bit of a geek. I love  Star Trek (all of em), and I regularly check the NASA website  to see how the Voyager pairs … Continue reading

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Bridging Anti-coagulation is Dead! Long Live Bridging Anti-coagulation!

I am interrupting my current obsession with Top 5 lists  to bring you this important announcement: Peri-operative anti-coagulation, (also known as bridging anti-coagulation) is done! Is it time to stick a fork in it? Right now you’re probably wondering, what … Continue reading

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Smoking Cessation Art

Just stumbled upon this collection of smoking cessation art from various different smoking campaigns around the world. Check out the whole series at tutorart.com; “63 reasons to Stop Smoking”

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