Critical Care & Pulmonology

Critical Care & Pulmonology

The Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine (PCCM) is comprised of a team of outstanding clinicians, scientists, and scholars dedicated to improving the lives of patients with serious lung disease and those who are critically ill. The Division’s overriding research mission supports basic science and innovative clinical approaches for the prevention, early detection, diagnosis and treatment of respiratory diseases and critical illness.


Stanford Medicine News

  • Stanford opens long COVID clinic

    With research showing up to 30% of COVID-19 patients experiencing lingering symptoms, Stanford Health Care treats such “long haulers” with multidisciplinary teams.

  • COVID-19 antibody treatment now available

    An infusion of monoclonal antibodies can ease COVID-19 symptoms and reduce complications in recently diagnosed, non-hospitalized people at high risk. Now people can refer themselves.

  • How ICU team took on COVID-19

    With no clear guidelines on how to treat its first coronavirus patients, the ICU used teamwork to find its way through.

  • Valve helps emphysema patients breathe easier

    Allen Eddy underwent a procedure to insert a device, the Zephyr valve, into the diseased portion of his upper left lung lobe. He had no idea it would help so much.

  • Stanford marks 1,000th heart-lung and lung transplant

    Alicia Bland, who suffered from lung disease for three decades, got new lungs and “a second chance at life.”…

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