Items Tagged ‘pulmonologist’

October 22, 2018


By Lizb Lizb

Dr perry schall was my primary care physician at the Cleveland clinic. He knew exactly how to treat on symptoms of on coming asthma. I wasn’t sure about the coughing spasms I was having. He tried one treatment but didn’t give up on me and sent me directly to a pulmonologist who did diagnose asthma. […]

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Tags: asthma, Dr Perry Schall, patient stories, primary care, pulmonologist

Coming up to my 1 year Birthday for my new lungs.

August 16, 2018

Coming up to my 1 year Birthday for my new lungs.

By 4Pritch 4Pritch

In Oct. of 2017, I had a dual lung transplant at UCLA/ Ronald Reagen Medical Center

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Tags: dual lung transplant, featured, ICU, lung transplant, patient stories, pulmonologist, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, support group

Is being clean making us sick?

March 31, 2016

Is being clean making us sick?

By uclahealth uclahealth

In the past two decades, doctors have noticed a significant increase in the number of children and adults with allergies. How can that be? We are more informed than ever about the importance of good hygiene. We make sure our kids wash their hands. We carry hand sanitizer everywhere we go and stock up on […]

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Tags: allergies, allergy, Dr. Maria Garcia-Lloret, Dr. Sande Okelo, eczema, good hygiene, hygiene, inflammatory bowel disorder, Probiotics, pulmonologist

March 29, 2016

The best thing to happen to my lungs

By i_am_bee2012 i_am_bee2012

My story is about my favorite pulmonologist at UCLA, his name is Dr. David Ross. He has been my doctor for many years and treated my pulmonary hypertension. To me he goes above and beyond for his patients. He actually listens to his patients and share their highs and lows. If you need to laugh […]

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Tags: double transplant, Dr. David Ross, ICU, lung transplant, patient stories, pulmonary hypertension, pulmonologist, transplant

March 3, 2016

HypoGal, My Sheehan’s Syndrome Story

By hypogal hypogal

HypoGal Shares Information about Disability Insurance, Sheehan’s Syndrome and Relapsing Polychondritis (R.P.) HypoGal, My Story My Story; most of my life I have never considered what the words, “chronically ill” or “living with a disability” meant until I began HypoGal. I had related the words,” chronically ill” and “disability” to someone dying or becoming paralyzed. […]

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Tags: adrenal disease, adrenal insufficiency, asthma, chronic fatigue syndrome, colonoscopy, diabetes, disability insurance, diverticulitis, Dr. Larry Froch, Dr. Van Herle, endocrinology, endoscopy