Dr. John Andrew Mcqueston MD
Pulmonologist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Pulmonology501 N Graham St Suite 320 Portland OR, 97227
Dr. John Mcqueston practices Pediatric Pulmonology in Portland, OR. Dr. Mcqueston treats children who have breathing problems, or a problem with his or her lungs. Pediatric pulmonologists often treat children with chronic cough, difficulty breathing, recurring pneumonia, asthma, cystic fibrosis, apnea, chronic lung disease in premature infants, noisy breathing, and conditions that require special equipment to monitor and/or help with breathing at home.
Education and Training
Uniformed Services University of The Health Sciences,Bethesda, Md, United States 1984
- Hemodynamic effects of exogenous nitric oxide in ovine transitional pulmonary circulation.
- Role of ATP-sensitive potassium channels in ovine fetal pulmonary vascular tone.
- Effects of birth-related stimuli on L-arginine-dependent pulmonary vasodilation in ovine fetus.
- Chronic pulmonary hypertension in utero impairs endothelium-dependent vasodilation.
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- Bronchitis in Children
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- What Are the Risk Factors for Lung Cancer?
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- Asthmatic Bronchitis: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments
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