Jonathan J. Ahdoot MD. Pulmonologist MI/FACP/FCCP

Dr. Jonathan J. Ahdoot is a pulmonologist in Irvine, California and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area. He has been in practice for more than 20 years.

  1. license State of California

Education: 1984 Graduated Tehran University School of medicine with GPA 4.0 top 3% of graduating class.

Work Experience:1990 Opened solo practice at 15775 Laguna Canyon Rd suite 290 Irvine CA.92618

Internship / Residency: 1984 – 1987 Trenton Affiliated Hospital, Hahnemann University Internal Medicine

Fellowship: 1987 – 1990 University of California Irvine Medical Center

Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine

Special Training: 1990 – 1991 VA Hospital Long Beach Sleep Medicine with doctor Richard Berry

Academic Position: Department of Medicine University of California, Irvine Clinical Professor.

Appointments: 1990 – 2009

Medical Director of Critical Care

Department: 1999-2009 Irvine Regional Hospital and Medical Center,

Board of Directors: 2001 – 2009 Irvine Regional Hospital, CA

Chief of Staff: 2001-2003 Irvine Regional Hospital and Medical Center

Honors / Awards:1977 Special award for academic achievement of the

university of Tehran commencement ceremony,

1987 Ronald M. Franz Award

Award by Trenton Affiliated Hospital to the

physician who best exemplifies the characteristics

of the complete physician

1985 First Year Medical Resident of the year,

Awarded by the attending faculty of Helen Fuld

Medical Center

Second Year Medical Resident of the year, 1986

Awarded by the attending faculty of Helen Fuld Medical Center.

Publications Third Year Medical Resident of the year, 1987 Awarded by the attending faculty of Helen Fuld Medical Center Ahdoot, J and P. Damani. Recurrent Pulmonary Emboli in association with Myocardial Infraction, Chest 96:682-684: 1989 Ahdoot, J and M Brenner. Patterns and Routes of Tracheobronchial Colonization in Mechanically

Ventilated Patient Update in Critical Care Medicine:

5: No. 2 1990.

Book Chapter Ahdoot-J and A.F. Wilson. Effect of Canister Temperature on Performance of MDI. Am Rev Respir Dis 1991; 143: 1034-1037.

Research Ahdoot. J.M. Brenner and R. Finegan. “The Transport of Oxygen to Tissue: Lung to Mitochondria.” Problems in Critical Care: Oxygen Monitoring. Joseph V. Ducey, M.D., Maj. MC, In press. High dose steroid in patients with AIDS and respiratory failure retrospective PFT analysis coding at

  1. The correlation between and combined obstructive restrictive pattern and chest

radiographic appearance;

  1. The effect of inhaled bronchodilator in DLCO measurement;
  2. The significance of normal DUVA ratio in restricted patients with low DLCO Levamizol {KETRAX) in Rheumatoid Arthritis December 1977 – September 1980 Clinical Aspects of Viral Hepatitis, Iran.

 

Board cenilicatlon Board of Internal Medicine, July 1987

Board of Pulmonary Medicine, November 1990

Board of Critical Care Medicine, November 1991

Board of Sleep Medicine, (ABIM) January 2010

Professional American College of Physicians, Fellow

American College of Chest Physicians, Fellow

American Sleep Disorder Society

American Thoracic Society