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  • n. A physician who specializes in pulmonology

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Examples

  • Then, about a year later, she visited her primary, who called the pulmonologist.

    After the Diagnosis

  • And she's going to tell him that her daughter the nurse said it's possible and she's calling the pulmonologist to confirm!

    DaGoddess.com

  • In addition, a board-certified pediatric pulmonologist with specialized training in cystic fibrosis is available 24 hours a day.

    Clinical Services

  • Pulmonary patients will be seen at least once every day by an attending pulmonologist.

    Pulmonary Medicine Inpatient Services

  • The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia primary team consists of pediatric pulmonologist, gastroenterologists, nutritionists, advanced practice nurses, physical therapists and social workers.

    CF Center services, programs, adult and child care

  • An attending physician (pediatric pulmonologist), fellow or nurse practitioner will come in to meet you and your child, review the history form you filled out, ask more questions about your child and do a physical exam.

    Your child's appointment

  • A pediatric pulmonologist will complete a full history and physical assessment, and work with you to improve your child's pulmonary health.

    Pulmonary Hypoplasia Program

  • Robert F. Miller, a pulmonologist at Vanderbilt University who wasn't involved with the report but who treats and studies veterans, called the report "very complete" and that it "didn't come up with anything as definitive as you would like because of limitations of data."

    Doubt Cast on Military Trash Pits' Health Ills

  • Maybe you should check with your pulmonologist and ask about the vaccine.

    Is it a sin to avoid getting vaccinated against H1N1? « Dating Jesus

  • The pulmonologist will prescribe inhalers to protect his airways against the inflammation triggered every day when he breathes his own saliva down into his lungs.

    Between Expectations

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