Bellinger CR, Chatterjee AB, Adair N, Houle T, Khan I, Haponik E. Learning curve for EBUS-TBNA: longer than we may think [reply to letter]. Respiration. 2015;90(2):174.
Bellinger CR, Chatterjee AB, Adair N, Houle T, Khan I, Haponik E. Training in and experience with endobronchial ultrasound. Respiration. 2014;88(6):478-483.
Bellinger CR, Chatterjee AB, Chin R Jr, Conforti J, Adair N, Haponik E. Conventional and endobronchial ultrasound-guided transbronchial needle aspiration: complementary procedures. South Med J. 2012;105(12):625-629.
Berry MJ, Rogers Z, Hauser J, Adair N. Aerobic versus strength training in COPD patients [abstract]. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2012;44(2 Suppl):228.
Khan I, Chin R Jr, Adair N, Chatterjee A, Haponik E, Conforti J. Electromagnetic navigation bronchoscopy in the diagnosis of peripheral lung lesions. Clin Pulm Med. 2011;18(1):42-45.
Chatterjee AB, Rissmiller RW, Meade K, Paladenech C, Conforti J, Adair NE, Haponik EF, Chin R Jr. Reproducibility of the 6-Minute Walk Test for ambulatory oxygen prescription. Respiration. 2010;79(2):121-127.
Berry MJ, Rejeski WJ, Miller ME, Adair NE, Lang W, Foy CG, Katula JA. A lifestyle activity intervention in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Respir Med. 2010;104(6):829-839.
Bowling MR, Chatterjee A, Conforti J, Adair N, Haponik E, Chin R Jr. Perceptions vs. reality: measuring of pleural fluid pH in North Carolina. N C Med J. 2009;70(1):9-13.
Bowling MR, Perry CD, Chin R Jr, Adair N, Chatterjee A, Conforti J. Endobronchial ultrasound in the evaluation of lung cancer: a practical review and cost analysis for the practicing pulmonologist. South Med J. 2008;101(5):534-538.
Killeen D, Adair NE, Conforti JF, Larj M, Haponik EF, Chin R Jr. Comparison of procedure duration of bronchoscopic techniques. J Bronchol. 2006;13(3):132-136.
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He could have cared less about what my PCP (who referred me) and my concerns were. He had no knowledge of my medical history and asked me what the problem was. I didn't think he understood how many illnesses I had going on and which we were concerned could effect my lungs now or in the future. Also my family history of lung disease was fairly skipped over.
I have utmost confidence in *Dr. Adair.
Informative - Very positive to me & I am grateful to *Dr. Adair!
I trust his knowledge and he seems like he really cares & wants to help in any way possible.
*Dr. Adair is a wonderful doctor. Gives attention & concern.
Was a great dr.
The doctor & staff were very good!
Always appreciate *Dr. Adair's compassionate, caring but direct assessments, manner.
I do not feel *Dr. Adair heard my concerns.