In this inpatient and outpatient experience, you will obtain focused medical histories and physical exams, formulate assessments and treatment plans, and discuss these with the allergy or immunology attending physician.
You will see all new consults on the service, which you will then discuss with the fellow or allergy and immunology attending.
Through this rotation, you will gain a familiarity with how asthma, allergies and immunological disorders present clinically, including the pathogenesis and pathophysiology of important emergency conditions such as anaphylaxis and severe unresponsive bronchial asthma.
Your training will also cover triggers that can exacerbate allergic and immunological conditions, interactions between chronic and acute conditions, and the use and limitations of laboratory testing and medications.
Your training will present you the opportunity to recognize, diagnose and formulate treatment plans for disorders related to the field of Allergy-Immunology. The clinical sites will include outpatient experiences at Buffalo General Hospital.
You must demonstrate knowledge of established and evolving biomedical, clinical, epidemiological, and social-behavioral sciences, as well as the application of this knowledge to patient care including but not limited to:
You will acquire knowledge in disorders in the fields of allergy and immunology, which are appropriate for an internist, focusing on: