Dr. Ran Anbar practices Pediatric Pulmonology in Syracuse, NY. Dr. Anbar 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
Univ of Chicago, Pritzker Sch of Med, Chicago Il 1983
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP- Pediatric Pulmonology
Dr. Ran Dani Anbar, MD, FAAP's Expert Contributions
Your mother's inhaler could have a different medication that may not help your son. It may even hurt him. You should not give him your mother's inhaler. Instead, call your doctor to prescribe a new one. Ran D. Anbar, M.D. READ MORE
My son died of cystic fibrosis when he was a teenager. Is it possible for his brother to get it too?
Cystic fibrosis is a genetic disease, yes. If your unborn son has the same father as your other son, then there is a 25% chance that he could have CF. If he has another father, then his odds of having CF are less than 3%. Your unborn child can be tested for CF before birth. In the United States, all babies are screened for CF at birth. For more information, you may want to consult with the CF Center at which your older son received care, or you can discuss your question with the pediatrician who will take care of your baby. I am sorry for your loss of your older son. Ran D. Anbar, M.D. READ MORE
- Parental compliance with multiple immunization injections.
- My name shouldn't be in the malpractice data bank--but it is.
- Compliance with initiation of a sequential schedule for polio immunization.
- Of mind, body, and modern technology.
- Hypnosis, Theodore Roosevelt, and the patient with cystic fibrosis.
- Hypnosis as a diagnostic modality for vocal cord dysfunction.
- Self-hypnosis for patients with cystic fibrosis.
- Self-hypnosis for management of chronic dyspnea in pediatric patients.
- The closure and the rings: when a physician disregards a patient's wish.
- Automatic word processing: a new forum for hypnotic expression.
- Self-hypnosis for the treatment of functional abdominal pain in childhood.
- Self-expression through poetry in hypnosis.
- You don't like the taste of your medication? So change the taste!
- Hypnosis in pediatrics: applications at a pediatric pulmonary center.
- Self-hypnosis for anxiety associated with severe asthma: a case report.
- High-dose ibuprofen therapy associated with esophageal ulceration after pneumonectomy in a patient with cystic fibrosis: a case report.
- Stressors associated with dyspnea in childhood: patients' insights and a case report.
- Family asthma management routines: connections to medical adherence and quality of life.
- Follow-up at 15 years of preterm infants from a controlled trial of moderately early dexamethasone for the prevention of chronic lung disease.
- Identification of children who may benefit from self-hypnosis at a pediatric pulmonary center.
- Disruptions in maternal-infant bonding and children's respiratory systems.
- Hypnotically enhanced dreaming to achieve symptom reduction: a case study of 11 children and adolescents.
- Hypnosis for treatment of insomnia in school-age children: a retrospective chart review.
- Hypnosis: an important multifaceted therapy.
- Enhancing the use of hypnosis in medical practice.
- Inhaled tobramycin solution-associated recurrent eosinophilia and severe persistent bronchospasm in a patient with cystic fibrosis: a case report.
- Nighttime waking in children with asthma: an exploratory study of daily
- User friendly hypnosis as an adjunct for treatment of habit cough: a case report.
- Pseudo-asthma revisited.
- Designing effective research protocols for medical applications of hypnosis.
- Lung transplantation and survival in children with cystic fibrosis.
- Subconscious guided therapy with hypnosis.
- Relationship of headache-associated stressors and hypnosis therapy outcome in children: a retrospective chart review.
- Treatment of psychological complications of prematurity with self-hypnosis: a case report.
- Sweat chloride testing in infants identified as heterozygote carriers by newborn screening.
- Care for Amish and Mennonite children with cystic fibrosis: a case series.
- Placebos in medicine: knowledge, beliefs, and patterns of use.
- Childhood habit cough treated with consultation by telephone: a case report.
- Do family mealtime interactions mediate the association between asthma symptoms and separation anxiety?
- Reestablishment of hope as an intervention for a patient with cystic fibrosis awaiting lung transplantation.
- Clinical pearls gleaned from pediatric hypnosis.
- Treatment of psychological factors in a child with difficult asthma: a case report.
- Asthma severity, child security, and child internalizing: using story stem techniques to assess the meaning children give to family and disease-specific events.
- Dialogues with Henry.
- Statistical interpretation of multiple comparisons and sample size.
- Hypnosis in paediatric respiratory medicine.
- Family Functioning and Treatment Adherence in Children and Adolescents with Cystic Fibrosis.
- Use of an After-Visit Summary to Augment Mental Health of Children and Adolescents.
- Hypomagnesemia: a multifactorial complication of treatment of patients with severe burn trauma.
- On my own but not alone.
- Interpretation of traumatic lumbar puncture.
- Computerized dynamic simulation of clinical management. A ventilation simulation program.
- Pitfalls in interpretation of traumatic lumbar puncture formula.
- Daycare in perspective.
- Difficulties in universal application of criteria identifying infants at low risk for serious bacterial infection.
- Computerized ventilation.
- Multiple immunizations. Ouch!
- Does the histamine skin prick test identify patients at risk for toxicity after the ingestion of astemizole?
- Readability of the childhood immunization information forms.
- Effect of preterm birth on pulmonary function at school age: a prospective controlled study.
- Prevalence of elevated blood lead levels in an inner-city pediatric clinic population.
- Mass Gen Hosp, Pediatrics
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