Dr. Hesham A. Hassaballa
First Name
Hesham
Last Name
Hassaballa
Bio
Dr. Hesham A. Hassaballa is a NY Times featured Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine specialist in clinical practice for over 20 years. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, and Sleep Medicine. He is a prolific writer, with dozens of peer-reviewed scientific articles and medical blog posts. He is a Physician Leader and published author. His latest book is "Code Blue," a medical thriller.
Country
United States
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Qualification
Associate Regional Medical Director
University Attended
Rush Medical College
Graduated Year
1999-01-01
Fields of Interest
Pulmonary Disease Critical Care Medicine Sleep Medicine
Address
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Covid-19 Vaccine
1 month ago no Comment

That is currently being studied, and the data are not out yet. This is critical to know, actually. We know that the vaccine prevents symptomatic Covid disease, but we don’t know if it prevents people from catching the virus

Man suffering from back
1 month ago no Comment

Back pain relating to a heart attack is called referred pain. It is diffuse and the source of the pain is difficult to pinpoint. More women experience this symptom

Anxiety Heart Attack
1 month ago no Comment

Anxiety, in particular, anxiety disorders, enjoy a complex relationship with coronary health. There are studies and evidence to suggest that abnormal and continued levels of extreme anxiety can contribute to heart conditions

Chest Pain Heart Symptom
1 month ago no Comment

Uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullness or pain in the center of your chest. It lasts more than a few minutes, or goes away and comes back

2 months ago no Comment

I have signed dozens of death certificates after patients died of Covid-19, and I have also signed death certificates of patients who did not have Covid. Never — not even once — did I think about putting down Covid-19 as a cause of death

Covid Second Wave
2 months ago no Comment

This is an unmitigated disaster, and our current national leadership has gone AWOL. Cases are rising. People are suffering. People are dying.

3 months ago no Comment

Real-world data from Kansas and Tennessee that wearing masks can slow the spread of Covid-19 and reduce hospitalization rates

Crowd wearing masks
3 months ago no Comment

While we await the trials to be completed to ensure the vaccines’ safety and efficacy, however, everyone needs to be wearing a mask

Covid Herd Immunity
3 months ago no Comment

The precise scientific term is “indirect protection” or “community immunity.” This is the protection against infection of a susceptible group of individuals

Pandemic Fatigue
3 months ago no Comment

SARS CoV-2 is not taking a break. SARS CoV-2 is not suffering from “pandemic fatigue.” SARS CoV-2 is not letting up

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