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Examining the Primary Care Physician’s Role in Screening COPD Patients for Alpha-1

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Examining the Primary Care Physician’s Role in Screening COPD Patients for Alpha-1

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    Primary care physicians play a critical role in screening for alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). But who should they be screening, and how? And what are some of the diagnostic challenges they should be aware of? Here to help answer those and other key questions for primary care physicians is Dr. Brian Smith, who’s in private practice at Versailles Family Medicine in Kentucky.

    Click here to order free AlphaID™ screening kits to rule out alpha-1 deficiency in your patients. 

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    Primary care physicians play a critical role in screening for alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). But who should they be screening, and how? And what are some of the diagnostic challenges they should be aware of? Here to help answer those and other key questions for primary care physicians is Dr. Brian Smith, who’s in private practice at Versailles Family Medicine in Kentucky.

    Click here to order free AlphaID™ screening kits to rule out alpha-1 deficiency in your patients. 

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Schedule5 Dec 2022