Dr. Barra O'Briain, Family Doctor, Vancouver, BC

Dr. Barra O'Briain

Dr. Barra O'Briain

MDCM FCFP
Family Doctor
Vancouver, BC
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Dr. Barra O'Briain Bio

Dr. O'Briain is a physician at Birthdocs, a clinic that provides a variety of prenatal programs. He studied medicine at McGill University in Montreal and has been practicing family medicine since 1988. Dr Barra O'Briain MDCM FCFP Assistant Dept. Head, Family Practice, BC Women's Hospital Clinical Associate Professor, 4th Year Undergraduate Coordinator Family Practice, UBC
( Dr. Barra O'Briain, Family Doctor, Vancouver, BC) is in good standing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons.

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In dealing with male incontinence it's always important to talk to your family doctor and get a referral to a local urologist for solutions like contino  In conditons like sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that causes a person's breathing to stop during sleep. Patients with sleep apnea can stop breathing up to hundreds of times a night, depriving the brain and body of oxygen. Get your vaccinations. The common cold or flu can exacerbate chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Opt for a flu vaccine, and make sure you’re up to date on your pneumococcal vaccine. If you have travel plans, ensure you have all the necessary travel vaccines. 

Your local family Physician often work wit h your local  orthopedic surgeons to help with sleketal issues and injuries. Certaines formes de Trouvez des informations ou des preuves locales comme des médecins de famille locaux ou des médecins de famille à montréal et à québec Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is used to describe chronic lung diseases, including bronchitis, refractory (non-reversible asthma) and emphysema. COPD has many causes, including smoking and genetic factors.

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It's crucial to continue receiving vaccinations throughout life to protect against infectious diseases that haven't been eradicated and to maintain immunity against those for which immunity wanes over time.

The emergence of antibiotic resistance has indeed made the treatment of certain infections more challenging. Vaccination plays a critical role in preventing infections in the first place, reducing the need for antibiotics and helping to curb the development of antibiotic resistance.

Some vaccines, like the tetanus vaccine, require booster shots because the immunity they provide gradually decreases over time. By staying up to date with such vaccinations, adults can ensure they maintain optimal protection against preventable diseases.

Moreover, adult immunization has broader benefits beyond personal protection. By getting vaccinated, healthy adults contribute to the concept of herd immunity. This means that when a significant portion of the population is immune to a disease, it creates a protective barrier that helps prevent its spread and protects those who are most vulnerable, such as young children, the elderly, and individuals with weakened immune systems.

It's important to have open and regular discussions about immunization with primary healthcare providers. They can provide guidance on the appropriate vaccines and schedules based on individual health status, age, occupation, travel plans, and other relevant factors. By staying proactive and getting vaccinated as adults, we can collectively reduce the burden of infectious diseases and help protect ourselves and others.

Education

  • McGill University
    MD
    1984 - 1988

Ratings for Dr. Barra O'Briain

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    Dr. Barra O'Briain is a great family in Vancouver, BC who delivered my first baby. Nothing but good things to say about Dr. Barra O'Briain.
    Submitted: June 27, 2016

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