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what is the cost of medical oncology consullt?

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Dr. Michael H. T. Sia
Pediatrics 31 years experience
Varies: It truly depends on if it is a single medical oncology evaluation by a physician or if it entails a multispecialty approach-input with other specialists. Insurance will cover most. You can always inquire with the consultant's biller about out of pocket charges.
Dr. Ihab Ibrahim
Pain Management 29 years experience
Consult isn't : Consult isn't the problem. It is the possible cost of treatment (may be staggering) if you need it. If you have a tissue sample, you may want that reviewed by a pathologist in a major cancer center (md anderson for example). Unless you have a diagnosis, treatment options don't mean anything. If you don't have a diagnosis yet, shop by phone will get you option. Ask for free consult.
Dr. Shyamali Singhal
General Surgery 24 years experience
$550: We typically charge patients $550 and sometimes that can be discussed based on need.

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How do I know if I should get my baby medical attention for croup?

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Dr. Julia Sundel
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Breathing difficulty: You should get medical attention if your baby is not getting better with home treatments, is having difficulty breathing, sounds noisy when inhaling (stridor), is using the muscles in between the ribs to breathe (retractions), is turning blue, is drooling or having trouble swallowing.
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Are novelty oxygen bars as effective as medical oxygen treatments?

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No: I would not use them in place of medical oxygen.
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What medical symptoms might I get when I have mountain sickness?

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Dr. Pamela Pappas
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Mountain sickness: Symptoms can range from mild to severe. Initially, there may be dizziness, lightheadedness, fatigue, nausea, loss of appetite, rapid pulse, and shortness of breath w/exertion. Later there can be chest tightness, blue skin discoloration (cyanosis), confusion, cough, coughing up blood, withdrawal from social interaction, and shortness of breath @ rest. Worst stage is coma and death.
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When must a newly pregnant mom seek professional medical treatment?

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Dr. Juan Richiusa
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ASAP : You should seek to start prenatal care as soon as you know you are pregnant. Early prenatal care assures prevention of complications.
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Is this medical malpractice if baby has low apgars?

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See below: Not necessarily. It would depend on a lot of factors. Especially, why the apgar scores were low. The first score represents how the bay did with delivery. The second score reflects the baby's health.

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