• Dr. Ramsey Hachem address the 2014 Second Wind Lung Walk.

Articles by Dr. Hachem


Second Wind St. Louis is honored and pleased to present these articles written by Dr. Ramsey Hachem, MD. Dr. Hachem practices at Washington University School of Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care. He became the physician representative on Second Wind St. Louis’ Board of Advisors in 2004. Dr. Hachem studied medicine and completed his residency at the University of Texas Medical School followed by a fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis.

A member of the BJC Lung Transplant team, he specializes in treating diseases of the lungs and is board certified in Pulmonology, Transplantation, Critical Care, and Internal Medicine. Dr Hachem sees patients at the Jacqueline Maritz Lung Center of Washington University and at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. He has been kind enough to contribute these articles to Second Wind about lung transplantation and related topics.

Please remember the information provided in these articles is for educational purposes only, and it is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always consult your own physician or healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

We sincerely hope you find these articles informative and useful.

Aerosolized Cyclosporine [ January 2016 ]
Autoimmunity and Lung Transplantation [ September 2007 ]
Bronchioloalveolar Carcinoma and Lung Transplantation [May 2009]
Chronic Kidney Disease after Lung Transplantation [February 2008]
Desensitization in Transplantation [August, 2010]
Diabetes Mellitus in Lung Transplantation [February 2012]
Ex Vivo Lung Perfusion [November 2009]
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease after Lung Transplantation [July 2006]
Human Leukocyte Antigens and Transplantation [September – October 2006 ]
Immunosuppression after Lung Transplantation [September, 2006]
Immunosuppressive Regimens after Lung Transplantation [April 2007]
Lung Function Measurement after Lung Transplantation [January 2014]
Lung Re-Transplantation [April, 2008]
Malignancy after Lung Transplantation [May, 2006]
Management of Chronic Rejection after Lung Transplantation [June, 2007]
One Lung or Two? [February, 2006]
Osteoporosis in Lung Transplantation [February, 2010]
Outcomes after Lung Transplantation [June, 2006]
Photopheresis for the Management of Lung Transplant Rejection [December, 2010 ]
Post-transplant Lymphoproliferative Disease [June, 2009 ]
Primary Graft Dysfunction after Lung Transplantation [November, 2006]
Pulmonary Rehabilitation [February, 2013]
Recent Trends in Lung Transplantation [September, 2016]
Rejection and Lung Transplantation [December, 2005]
Respiratory Viruses and Lung Transplantation [ November, 2005]
RSV Infection After Lung Transplantation [October, 2010]
Second Wind Frequently Asked Question [July, 2016]
Skin Cancers After Lung Transplant [February, 2007]
Smoking Donors and Lung Transplantation [June 7, 2013]
Statins After Lung Transplantation [August, 2012]
The History of Lung Transplantation [December, 2008]
The Impact of Mental Health on Transplant Outcomes [February 1, 2016]
The Lung Allocation Score – Three Years Later [June, 2008]
The New Lung Organ Allocation System [April, 2005]
Treatment of Chronic Rejection after Lung Transplantation [February, 2006]