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If you could spend more time studying one particular respiratory illness, what would it be?
User Submitted Interview Answers
Cardiac anomalies and their effect on the respiratory system and oxygenation.
With my clinical experience thus far I have a lot more exposure to adults versus the neonatal population. For me I would spend more time on how to mechanically ventilate cyanotic and acyanotic heat defects, since I was unable to receive exposure to this during my clinical rotations, thus far.
Copd, the key to smoking cessation.
Asthma, so much is still unknown and I would like to be part of the team that gets more answers.
Acute respiratory distress syndrome.
I want to know general information about the patient, history of present illness, past medical history, occupational history, if they are a smoker, drinker, drug user. I would like to know the patient's family history.
Ideopathic pulmonary fibrosis. So many patients go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed and the disease needs more research.
Asthma. My mom suffered from asthma since I would remember and I always wished I could help her more.
It would be cystic fibrosis.
I would be interested in exploring more information and new treatments for cystic fibrosis. I've always been interested in learning more about this disease process and about how to better treat these patients.