Q&A With Jad Kebbe From University At Buffalo: Looking At the Impact of PTSD On Intensive Care Patients

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Post traumatic stress disorder is a serious condition that affects not only our country's veterans but other people who have experienced difficult events in their lives. The implications can stretch to various parts of their lives including other areas of their health care.

Post traumatic stress disorder is a serious condition that affects not only our country's veterans but other people who have experienced difficult events in their lives. The implications can stretch to various parts of their lives including other areas of their health care.

Jad Kebbe, MD, from the University At Buffalo- State University of New York, discussed a recent study on the topic during the annual CHEST conference in Montreal.

While the bulk of patients with PTSD are being treated by military and veteran doctors there are also many who are treated in civilian practice and hospitals as well. Because of this there is a lot to know about treating these patients no matter what caused the condition.

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