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Rudolf Kotula, MD

Rudolf Kotula

About the Author:

With a mother who was a microbiologist and a father who was a dentist, Dr. Rudolf Kotula naturally pursued a career in the medical profession.

As a board-certified infectious disease physician, he specializes in areas such as antibiotic resistance, travel medicine and infection prevention.

"I believe in treating patients with compassion and as members of my own family."

Dr. Kotula helps patients combat infectious diseases at Methodist Physicians Clinic Regency.

 

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Articles by this author...

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10 Tips for Staying Healthy During Cold and Flu Season

Healthy Lifestyle

Here’s how you can keep yourself and others safe from the nasty bugs going around.

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AFM Update: 2 Nebraska Cases of Rare Polio-like Condition Are Confirmed

Today's Medicine

While acute flaccid myelitis is very rare, it can be life-threatening. Here’s what you need to know.

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As Flu Season Begins, Now Is the Time to Get Vaccinated

Today's Medicine

Everyone age 6 months and older should get an influenza vaccine each year. Have you had yours?

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World AIDS Day: Knowing Your Status Is As Important As Ever

Today's Medicine

Whether you think you may be infected with HIV or know someone at risk, it's critical that you take advantage of the resources available to you and “Know your status.”

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West Nile Basics, Symptoms and How to Prevent Mosquito Bites

Today's Medicine

Here's what you need to know about West Nile virus.

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After Startling STD News, a Refresher on the Basics

Today's Medicine

Sobering statistics illustrate the importance of STD education and prevention.

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4 Reasons You Should Get Vaccinated

Today's Medicine

Every year, thousands of adults in the U.S. become needlessly ill from diseases that could be prevented by vaccine.

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World Health Day is about All of Us

Today's Medicine

No one should have to choose between good health and the other necessities of life. World Health Day is a reminder to all of us to work to bridge the gap to ensure that all people have access to quality health services, where and when they need them. Why does it matter - and what can you do about it?

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Fighting TB with Every Breath

Today's Medicine

World TB Day is March 24th, and it’s a great time to look at the prevention and control of one of the deadliest diseases in the world.

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Flu Prevention: Top Tips from the Pros

Today's Medicine

What can you do to prevent the viruses, bacteria and germs that are making people sick from invading your home?