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Overview


The Department of pulmonology is best known for its expertise in the diagnosis, care, and treatment of a wide range of respiratory diseases and disorders. Medicover Hospitals, regarded as one of the best, provide comprehensive diagnosis and therapy for all acute and chronic respiratory and pulmonary illnesses. We have highly qualified doctors who are dedicated to providing patients with the best comprehensive care possible using a holistic approach. Our multidisciplinary medical teams and respiratory critical care pulmonologists collaborate with physicians, nurses, and other professionals to deliver care and treatment that meets international standards. We offer the best diagnosis and management of diseases such as asthma, cystic fibrosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), lung cancer, lung disease, pulmonary fibrosis, sleep disorders, and many more.

Symptoms

  • Cough
  • Breathlessness
  • Chest Pain
  • Blood in the Sputum
  • Legs Swelling
  • Chronic Sputum Production
  • Wheezing From Chest

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Technologies


For Performing Complex Surgeries, We are fully equipped with the latest technologies for treating procedures such as Robotic Assisted Joint Replacement, high definition cameras, computer navigation systems, Advanced Arthroscopic Equipment for technically challenging Procedures, Mobile C-arm fluoroscopic X-ray Systems, 24-hour trauma surgery, and orthopaedic rehabilitation tumor surgery, trauma surgery, arthroscopy, and rheumatology.

Pulmonology Procedures

  •  PFT (pulmonary function test) with DLCO ( Diffusing Capacity for Carbon Monoxide)
  •  Bronchoscopy
  •  Endobronchial Ultrasound
  •  Medical Thoracoscopy
  •  Cryo Lung Biopsy
  •  Intercostal Tube Drainage
  •  Indwelling Pleural Catheter Insertion
  •  Talc Pleurodesis


Sub Specialities

  •  Pediatric pulmonologist
  •  Respiratory Therapy Specialist
  •  Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Specialist
  •  Interventional Pulmonology and Respiratory Emergency Specialist
  •  Spirometry Specialist
  •  Occupational and Environmental pulmonologist
  •  Tuberculous and chest Diseases Specialist


Tests & Diagnostic Excellence


 Blood tests
 Sputum test
 X-ray
 PFT
 HRCT chest
 Chest Ultrasound
 FeNO test


Common pulmonologist conditions


Asthma: - Asthma is a chronic health condition that causes shortness of breath, cough, chest tightness, and wheezing. It can occur as a sudden attack that lasts a few minutes or hours.

Interstitial lung disease: This affects the alveoli, which are the sacs in the lungs. It causes inflammation and scarring that leads to a dry cough and shortness of breath.

COPD: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is a lung disease that leads to obstruction of airflow within the lungs. Tobacco use is one of the most common causes of COPD.

Pneumonia: This is a lung infection, where the alveoli become inflamed. It can cause cough with bloody discharge, fever, and serious breathing problems.


Facilities


Laboratory for Advanced Pulmonology Function Testing
The Asthma Clinic will target the high prevalence of asthma in children.
Complex lung surgery for lung transplantation, combined heart and lung transplantation, and diseases such as tracheal cancer, lung cancer, and mesothelioma are all available at this centre.
Asthma, TB, and other respiratory disorders are treated at the Center for Interventional Pulmonology.



Frequently Asked Questions:


They are experts in advanced diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, including robotic bronchoscopy, thoracentesis, pleuroscopy, and comprehensive evaluation of airway conditions.


If a person experiences shortness of breath, a chronic cough, unexplained weight loss, or consistent trouble sleeping, they should see a pulmonologist.


Common signs are:

    Difficulty breathing.

    Not getting enough air.

    Decreased ability to exercise.

    A cough that does not go away.

    Coughing up blood or mucus.

    Pain or discomfort when inhaling or exhaling.


Common types of asthma include

    Allergic asthma.

    Non-allergic asthma.

    Variant asthma with cough.

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