Pulmonology

Know the symptoms and risk-factors of blood cots

By uclahealth • July 12, 2021

The collaboration is helping those with decreased lung function due to the virus

By uclahealth • June 21, 2021

Vocalists do breathing exercises similar to those used in pulmonary rehabilitation

By uclahealth • May 20, 2021

Prior to her transplant, musician Chloe Temtchine would perform connected to an oxygen tank

By Alana Prisco • January 22, 2021

Dear Doctors: We’re in central Oregon, and even though the wildfires aren’t right next to our town, we’ve had bad air quality all summer. My husband and I and our kids are feeling irritation in our lungs and sinuses, like when you’re catching a cold. Can this happen even when [...]

By Ask the Doctors • November 2, 2020

Read how the pandemic is affecting the mental health of those on the frontline

By uclahealth • August 18, 2020

Experts Weigh in on Measures to Stay Safe

By uclahealth • April 16, 2020
“I had a hard time keeping up or playing basketball, I was limited a lot by asthma,” says 18-year-old Cyrus Johnson, a senior in high school who came to the pulmonary clinic at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical [...]
By uclahealth • January 2, 2019
Sean Keoni Craig never could have imagined he would be a guest at the UCLA Heart and Lung Transplant holiday party held in early December. After all, it was only in [...]
By Amy Albin • December 17, 2018
“I used to have asthma as a child and had numerous visits to the emergency room,” says Dr. Sande Okelo, associate professor of pediatrics and division chief of UCLA Pediatric Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine. “As a physician I understood there was a great [...]
By uclahealth • October 20, 2018