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If you experience wheezing, a persistent cough, a change in your coughing patterns or shortness of breath during normal activities, contact the pulmonology department at Sanford Clinic. Our pulmonary specialists treat emphysema, chronic bronchitis, asthma, lung cancer and sleep disorders. Our team uses innovative diagnostic systems to study the effect of exercise physiology and the body's metabolism and to identify specific pulmonary conditions and measure lung function. A comprehensive outpatient pulmonary rehabilitation program is just one of the services we offer within our full-scale pulmonary support system.
The respiratory care department provides patient care 24 hours a day and are staffed by registered and certified respiratory care practitioners who are all highly trained in intensive care—from neonatal to geriatric. Services include patient assessment, blood gas analysis, emergency services, ventilator management and patient education.
The Sanford Sleep Disorder Center can bring relief to people who suffer from a variety of sleeping problems. Pulmonology physicians work with neurologists and ear, nose and throat specialists to monitor, evaluate, diagnose and treat people with sleep disorders such as snoring, sleep apnea, narcolepsy and restlessness.