David L Kamelhar

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David Kamelhar

Clinical Professor, Department of Medicine
Medicine

Contact Info

212/685-6611

Research Summary

A prospective observational analysis of outcomes in consecutive patients seen with nontuberculous mycobacterial infection. Analysis of existing comorbidities that may predispose them to infection and comparison of those requiring treatment and those not requiring treatment with antimycobacterial antibiotics

Research Interests

Bronchiectasis Nontuberculous mycobacterial infection Cough

Pulmonary Function Outcomes In Patients With Nontuberculous Mycobacteria (ntm) Clinically Monitored Without Initiation Of Anti-Ntm Antibiotics
Basavaraj, Ashwin; Feintuch, Jeremy; Feintuch, Joshua; Addrizzo-Harris, Doreen; Condos, Rany; Rom, William N; Kamelhar, David
2013-09-12; 1073-449x,American journal of respiratory & critical care medicine - id: 527792, year: 2013

Can specialists improve asthma care utilizing patient-centered tools?
Garay SM; Turizo M; Kamelhar D; Lowy Y; Sloane MF; Haralambou G
2012-02-05; 1073-449X,American journal of respiratory & critical care medicine - id: 78683, year: 2003

Nontuberculous mycobacteria in HIV-infected patients
Garay, Stuart M; Kamelhar, David L
2012-02-05; , - id: 4852, year: 1996

Hemoptysis : CT/Fiberoptic bronchoscopic (FOB) correlations in an outpatient population
Garay SM; Naidich DP; Lin WC; O'Brian JK; Lowy J; Kamelhar D; Sloane M; McGuiness G
2012-02-05; 0012-3692,Chest - id: 78682, year: 1995

Plasma renin and serum dopamine-beta-hydroxylase during orthostatic hypotension in quadriplegic man
Kamelhar DL; Steele JM Jr; Schacht RG; Lowenstein J; Naftchi NE
2012-02-05; 0003-9993,Archives of physical medicine & rehabilitation - id: 20318, year: 1978 Journal Article