Try to learn something about pulmonology today!
What pulmonologists treat
- Lung cancer
- provide immunizations
- Advise surgeons of risk status
Here are some pulmonologists
- Complete college
- Get accepted into med school
- Pass Med School
- Do residency program
- Finish fellowship training
- Pass USMLE (the offical test to become a pulmonologist)
- Try not to mess up on the first day of work
- Bring home $$$$
Even more general knowledge!!!
When you inhale air that air goes to your "tital" area. This area is called the tital volume, it is the normal amount of air your hold when you inhale. Next is the Inspiratory Reserve Volume, this is where the air goes when you forcefully breathe. Then when you exhale normal the Expiratory Reserve Volume is where extra air is after you have exhaled normally. Finally there is the Residual Volume, this is where the secret stash of air is held in you. This air is for emergency use only. Its not like a candy stash thats for "emergency only". This areas air is used only before you die...
William Henry Welch
A: The best part is making children feel better. The worst part is when working in the ICU and not being able to save all the people.
Q: When did you know you wanted to become a pulmonologist?
A: When I finished my residency, and when working though all the stations I that was when I knew I to take up pulmonology.
Q: How many hours a week do you work?
A: When I am on call I work about 60 hours a week, and when I am not on call I work 50 hours a week.
Q: As a follow-up question, do you work on the weekends?
A: Yes I do
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