Dr. Solomon has been trained in three medical specialties.
Having studied Pulmonary Critical Care, Dr. Solomon has been trained to diagnose and treat patients suffering from life-threatening pulmonary disorders and diseases such as emphysema, pneumonia, lung cancer and COPD, among others. Dr. Solomon will attempt to improve the overall quality of life for patients suffering from these chronic diseases through personalized treatment plans.
Critical care pulmonology is a highly specialized field of emergency medicine that provides care for patients suffering from pulmonary diseases, disorders and injuries. Critical care pulmonologists typically provide care in intensive care units (ICUs) or specialized clinics, treating patients that are facing a variety of pulmonary disorders. In pulmonary ICUs, critical care specialists provide care 24 hours a day, stabilizing and treating patients suffering from multi-system failure and life-threatening conditions concerning the respiratory system.
Critical care pulmonologists are trained to treat patients for a wide variety of conditions, complications and illnesses. These may include pulmonary vascular disease, asthma, cystic fibrosis, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, lung cancer, respiratory failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), among many other conditions. Critical care pulmonologists are also consulted when other illnesses or procedures have a potential to affect the respiratory system, such as during surgical operations.
Aside from providing critical care, many of these pulmonologists work in pulmonary clinics. Here, patients suffering from chronic pulmonary illnesses that are not in critical condition can receive treatment and care in a highly specialized location.
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Having studied Critical Care Medicine, Dr. Solomon has been trained to provide life-saving care for patients in intensive care units (ICUs) by providing life and organ support, as well as stabilizing patients and performing time-sensitive procedures.
Critical care medicine is a multidisciplinary field encompassing treatment for patients that suffer from acute and life-threatening injuries or illnesses, usually in a hospital setting. Critical care specialists are usually found in the trauma centers and intensive care units (ICUs) of hospitals, working to provide life-saving treatments and medical care.
Patients that require around-the-clock monitoring are usually treated in ICUs, where their condition can be closely monitored by the critical care specialist and staff. Some critical care specialists may work in more specialized ICUs that require teams of physicians such as pediatric, coronary care, neonatal, psychiatric, high dependency and post-anesthesia intensive care units.
Critical care physicians rely on various types of equipment when treating patients in ICUs. This may include the use of cardiac and other monitors, mechanical ventilators, intravenous tubes, catheters, external pacemakers, emergency resuscitation devices and other types of equipment relating to life support and critical care.
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Having studied Pulmonology, Dr. Solomon has been trained to diagnose and treat diseases and disorders of the respiratory tract. Dr. Solomon is trained to perform procedures to diagnose disorders such as asthma, pulmonary fibrosis, lung cancer, lung disease, COPD, emphysema and bronchitis, among other diseases and complications.
Pulmonology is a specialized field of medicine focused on the diagnosis, treatment, management and prevention of diseases and disorders of the respiratory (breathing) system. Pulmonology may often be classified as a subspecialty of internal medicine, but it often overlaps with many other medical specialties. Physicians who specialize in pulmonology are referred to as pulmonologists and have studied the respiratory system (which includes the mouth, nose, trachea, lungs, diaphragm and related structures) extensively.
Pulmonologists are specially trained to diagnose, prevent and treat a wide range of diseases and disorders affecting the pulmonary system, such as emphysema, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, chronic bronchitis, cystic fibrosis, pulmonary vascular disease, sarcoidosis, lung cancer and acute lung injury, among many others. Often times, pulmonologists may be involved in the various facets of critical care, assisting other physicians in the provision of life-saving procedures and surgeries.
After diagnosing patients suffering from respiratory disease, pulmonologists may employ a variety of treatment procedures and techniques to treat or manage the condition. These may include laser bronchoscopies, endobronchial stenting and brachytherapy, the creation of a comprehensive management plan and the prescription of medications, among others. When necessary, pulmonologists may also coordinate with a cardiothoracic surgeon for a variety of surgical operations affecting the lungs and respiratory system.
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