Painful swallowing in a 20 year old with common variable immune deficiency [abstract]. Cristiano L, Bonnecaze AK, Caldwell JW.. J Clin Immunol. 2016;36(3):308.
Prehospital administration of epinephrine in pediatric anaphylaxis - a statewide perspective [abstract]. Cristiano LM, Hiestand BC, Gower WA, Gilbert KC, Caldwell JW, Fernandez AR, Winslow JE.. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2016;137(2 Suppl):AB56.
Primary immunodeficiency diseases: genomic approaches delineate heterogeneous Mendelian disorders. Stray-Pedersen A, Sorte HS, Samarakoon P, Gambin T, Chinn IK, Coban Akdemir ZH, Erichsen HC, Forbes LR, Gu S, Yuan B, Jhangiani SN, Muzny DM, Rodningen OK, Sheng Y, Nicholas SK, Noroski LM, Seeborg FO, Davis CM, Canter DL, Mace EM,.. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2016;():.
Chronic cough and bilateral pulmonary infiltrates in a previously healthy adolescent male. Brown C, Hayes NM, Caldwell JW, Shetty AK.. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2015;54(2):188-191.
The effect of obesity on asthma control as measured by the asthma control test [abstract]. Williams AA, Dykewicz MS, Caldwell JW.. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2014;133(2 Suppl):AB13.
Rituximab therapy in a patient with low grade B-cell lymphoproliferative disease and concomitant acquired angioedema. Kaur R, Williams AA, Swift CB, Caldwell JW.. J Asthma Allergy. 2014;7():165-167.
High diagnostic yield by exome sequencing of 275 primary immunodeficiency patients [abstract]. Stray-Pedersen A, Sorte HS, Samarakoon PS, Forbes L, Gambin T, Rodningen OK, Hansen IC, Noroski LM, Davis C, Seeborg F, Nicholas SK, Caldwell JW, Chokshi NY, Bayer D, Erichsen HC, Abrahamsen TG, Tjonnfjord GE, Aukrust P,.. J Clin Immunol. 2014;34(Suppl 2):S154-S155.
Asthma treatment. Hartman JM, Caldwell JW, Pascual RM, Peters SP. In: Adelman DC, Casale TB, Corren J, eds. Manual of allergy and immunology. 5th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins;2012: 150-172.
True tetracaine allergy following spinal anesthesia, manifesting as asymmetric urticaria [abstract]. Freck E, Weller R, Anz C, Shields J, Caldwell J.. In: Abstracts of the 2010 Annual Pain Medicine Meeting and Workshops; 2010 Nov 18-21; Phoenix (AZ). 2010;():.
Novel presentation of Griscelli syndrome successfully treated with umbilical cord blood transplant [abstract]. Caldwell JW, Westbroek W, Petrovic A, Sleasman JW, Gahl WA, Dorsey MJ.. Clin Immunol. 2010;135(2):301-302.
Lyngbyatoxin A, a cyanobacteria dervived [sic] aquatic toxin, induces expression of pro-inflammatory cytokines including II-4 And II-5 by human PBMC [abstract]. Caldwell JW, Kellogg D, Isakson L, Watkins S, Reich A, Foss A, Sleasman J.. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2010;125(2 Suppl 1):AB81.
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Dr. Caldwell sees two of my three kids. He's very good and experienced. I do believe he is understaffed and could use more help.
first visit with this group was very positive!! takes time to build confidence..
I was highly disappointed on my recent visit. I had an appointment to see Dr. Caldwell but instead a I saw a student PA and a student MD. I did near the end of the visit finally get to see Dr. Caldwell. I had asked twice at the beginning of the visit to see him. I felt like when he came in he had not reviewed my medical history and did not know the true reason why I was there. I don't dislike them but I truly wish that I could have been able to sit down and discuss my problem thoroughly with them. If the request is made I would be willing to go back for another visit if I know for sure they would just sit down and listen and then figure out a plan of care. I left feeling like I had not been helped at all.
From the very first visit with Dr. Caldwell, I have been extremely satisfied with my visits. He is very knowledgeable and compassionate. He is hands down the best doctor that I've ever had. I have and will continue to recommend him to my friends and family.
I would recommend this provider to anybody.
Doctor was patronizing and didn't seem to care about the severity of the condition or its impact on my[the patients] day to day life. Was not open to suggestions and did not listen to the fact that his recommended course of treatment had been attempted unsuccessfully.
Dr. Caldwell came off as arrogant and rude. I was extremely dissatisfied with his attitude, appearance and lack of concern for my condition. He acted as if I was a person who comes to the doctor often and did not take my condition seriously. I am very unhappy with the care or lack thereof that I received from Dr. Caldwell and will not be visiting him again. Although he was unable to help with my condition that did not give him the right to be so unprofessional.
He was very good!
As I stated earlier, I can be very critical of medical visits because I have spent more time than the average person dealing with medical issues for me or my family. I was very impressed with the doctor in every aspect. He was respectful. When I was shocked by the results (in a good way), he took the time to explain things, offer explanations, and above all, he validated my concerns. Too often, patient (or parent) statements are dismissed, leaving me with the feeling that they didn't believe what I had to say. This doctor was great. I didn't feel like he was rushing to get away - he spent time to explain things and answer questions after test results were given.