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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Andrew Barlow at Spire include:
Dr Andrew Barlow qualified from the University of Sheffield Medical School in 1996 with an Honours degree in Medicine after completing a three year BSc Hons degree in Pharmacology at Manchester University. In 2005 he was awarded a Masters (in Respiratory Medicine) from Imperial College London. Dr Barlow’s NHS practice is based at Watford General Hospital (Respiratory and General Internal Medicine) and The Royal Brompton Hospital (Allergy: food/drugs/insect stings/angio-oedema and urticaria). He is the Lead Clinician for Lung Cancer, Oxygen Therapy and Respiratory Medicine at Watford. He is also an Advanced Life Support Instructor and a post-graduate lecturer for PasTesT (MRCP part 2 clinical courses).
Dr Barlow has a special interest in asthma, airways disease, chronic cough, respiratory infection, allergy, sleep medicine and lung cancer. A full range of diagnostic and treatment services are offered for all these conditions at Spire Bushey Hospital, including new diagnostic tests for lung cancer (bronchoscopy with trans-bronchial node aspiration), bed-side lung function tests and skin prick testing for common inhaled aero-allergens. In more difficult cases, his links with the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals allow access to specialist radiology and diagnostic sleep services.
Special Clinical Interests: Respiratory allergy, Asthma & airways disease, Lung cancer (including interventional diagnostic techniques: transbronchial needle aspiration).
Consultant in Respiratory Medicine, The Royal Brompton Hospital
Consultant in Respiratory Medicine, Watford General HospitalBack to top
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02 November 2019
Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month runs throughout November
01 November 2019
Lung Cancer Awareness Month runs throughout November