Dave Miles

Dave Miles

Doctor at Community Clinic Association
Assistant Director

San Bernardino, California

Member Since:
July 2020
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About Dave

Most otolaryngologists can be found in emergency rooms, the most common reason for visiting a physician. When you go to a doctor and have a cough or a sore throat, the symptoms will probably include snoring, a blockage in the airway, or some other sign of an ailment that needs attention. You can also tell if the problem is a cold or flu by visiting your doctor's office to see if he or she has a sample of the nasal discharge. This is especially important if you are taking any medication.

Certain tests are done on a patient before prescribing medications, like X-rays, CT scans, and MRIs. The reasons for this are so that specialists can know what to look for. Some procedures that an otolaryngologist may perform include: physical exams, hearing exams, and some procedures that may help to diagnose underlying diseases, like bronchoscopy. These procedures can be helpful in getting an exact diagnosis, and they can also help diagnose and treat respiratory disorders, if necessary. People who work in the industry can usually have a certificate of specialization, which they may take advantage of for licensure or certification.

There are a few things to know about working in the emergency room. You need to know how to handle patients with breathing problems, make sure that the patient is comfortable with any procedures, and listen to the patient and provide treatment in the best way possible. The chances of complications in the ER are slim, because the treatments are being administered by trained professionals. You should ask the supervisor if there are any special instructions or training for ER work, and if there are any classes that are available to train doctors in operating on patients. Specialists in the field may also have their own specialty lists that can help you find the right physician. If you do not understand how an operation is done, consult with the supervising physician or an instructor at a local medical school for more information.


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