Outpatient Respiratory Testing Conundrums – How, Why, and When Syndromic PCR Testing Makes Sense
Monday, October 11th, 2021
12:00PM - 12:30PM CDT
Clinical implications of syndromic PCR testing for the detection of upper respiratory infections among pediatric patients in an outpatient setting.
Daniel Bruckner, M.D., FAAP
Chair of Pediatrics at Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Hospital
Pediatrician at Balboa Pediatrics
Dr. Daniel Bruckner is a board certified Pediatrician who specializes in the general health of children and adolescents. As a graduate of the Baccalaureate/MD program at the University of Southern California, Daniel received his Bachelors in Biological Sciences and his Medical Degree. He then spent three years at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles as a pediatric resident, where he was a proud recipient of the Associates and Affiliates Award, as well as the Chief Residents Award. Daniel has currently been a pediatrician for ten years. He is currently the Chair of Pediatrics at Providence Tarzana Hospital. Lastly, Daniel Bruckner volunteers his time hosting high school students as part of the Eve and Gene Black Summer Intern Program for the Los Angeles Pediatrics Society.
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