Internal medicine doctors can also prescribe the drug calvert to treat patients with sinus infections, but they often can’t tell patients about it until it’s been in their hands for several weeks.
Calvert is approved for the treatment of sinusitis, which causes inflammation of the airways, and nasal congestion.
The drug is also used for other conditions, such as chronic bronchitis.
It can be injected or taken orally.
Some doctors prefer to administer the drug as a nasal spray.
You can also use it as a cough suppressant or in the emergency room.
“If I see patients who have had a chronic cough, I’ll say, ‘This is going to make your asthma better,'” says Charles Calvert, the director of internal medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center.
“But I don’t know how to tell them.”
A person can have the sinus infection if they have a high fever, cough, sneezing, runny nose or other symptoms that make them uncomfortable, such to the point of causing an attack of sinuses.
You may have to give up the rest of your job to avoid it.
“It’s a big concern for us as physicians, as we’re working with a lot of patients,” says Dr. Richard Tresco, a professor of internal health at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
“We know that there’s a risk that some patients with a chronic illness may not be able to have the disease,” Tresca says.
The risk can be particularly serious if it’s chronic, says Dr