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PFT procedures offered at St. Rose

Arnold Keil of Great Bend takes a pulmonary function test at St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center.

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Those with a history of asthma know the feeling – that sudden inability to catch a breath. But often they are equipped with medications and inhalers.

Others may be new to breathing problems and seek immediate advice from their doctors.

In these and other scenarios, St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center can help physicians determine if current treatment is effective or diagnosis a new condition.

Since October is Healthy Lung Month, the St. Rose cardio-pulmonary staff wanted to use the occasion to share information about lung care and treatment.

Brandi Gruber, director of cardio-pulmonary services, noted St. Rose is the only place ...

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