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Dr. Hyeon Jong Yang
Anaphylaxis · Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)
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Soon Chun Hyang University Hospital Seoul
Seoul, South Korea
Hannam-dong Seoul South Korea
Dr. Hyeon Jong Yang is a specially trained allergist working at the Soon Chun Hyang University Hospital Seoul. He did his bachelor and masters from the Soon Chun Hyang University College of Medicine and Ph.D. from the same institute. Dr. Hyeon Jong Yang is well-known for treating anaphylaxis which is an allergic reaction that can be fatal. It happens when you're exposed to anything to which you're highly allergic. If you have an anaphylactic reaction, it is necessary to get medical help right away. Possible symptoms of anaphylaxis include swelling in the throat and mouth, itchy and rash skin, difficulty breathing, anxiety, cardiac arrest, and stomach pain. Other skills and expertise of Dr. Hyeon Jong Yang include: ● Asthma ● Clinical Epidemiology ● Epidemiologic Studies ● Evidence-Based Medicine ● Epidemiological Analysis ● Epidemiological Statistics ● Cohort Studies ● Medical Statistics ● Population-Based Studies ● Chronic Disease Epidemiology Dr. Hyeon Jong Yang is also well versed for proficiently treating ARDS (acute respiratory distress syndrome). ARDS is a potentially fatal respiratory disease in which the lungs suffer a severe and widespread injury that reduces their ability to give enough oxygen to the body's organs. People who are already severely ill or have significant injuries are more likely to develop ARDS. The severity of ARDS signs and symptoms varies depending on the causes and severity of the condition and the presence of underlying heart or lung illness. The common signs and symptoms are as follows: ● Extreme shortness of breath ● Unusual rapid breathing ● Extreme tiredness and confusion ● Low blood pressure Dr. Hyeon Jong Yang provides the best treatment to all the national and international patients based on his broad experience in treating anaphylaxis and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS).