Department Of Pulmonology
Department of Pulmonary Medicine
Over the last 10 years, many patients were benefited under the guidance and collective wisdom of other departments and the leadership of hospital management.
I have been bestowed great responsibility to follow the path of success set by my revered predecessors to take Indus hospital to its new heights.
The Department of pulmonary medicine in Indus hospital is not a mere TB department anymore, as we are taking care of OP, IP, interventions, and pulmonary intensive care pertaining to all lung diseases like COPD, ILD, Pneumonia, Br. asthma, Lung cancer, pleural diseases, Bronchiectasis, Resp. Failure, acute care in Resp failure, Mechanical ventilation, Pulmonary Thrombo embolism, systemic disorders, environmental lung diseases, Sleep medicine, and lung diseases in immune-compromised patients.
In view of rising of respiratory diseases in our country primarily due to the increase in active and passive smoking, air pollution, and change in lifestyles, there is raise in need of making the general population aware of these ailments, their preventive measures, and treatments so that we can decrease the cost of health burden in India.
As tremendous advances have taken place in recent times in the field of Pulmonary medicine with an explosion of knowledge in many aspects including diagnostic techniques (PFT, FOB, EBUS, etc), newer therapeutics (VATS, etc ), drugs, advances in pulmonary critical care, sleep medicine and interventional pulmonology.
We offer the following services in our Pulmonology department:
OP, IP, interventions, and pulmonary intensive care pertaining to all lung diseases like:
COPD, ILD, Pneumonia.
Br. asthma, Lung cancer, pleural diseases
Bronchiectasis, Resp.Failure, acute care in Resp failure
Mechanical ventilation, Pulmonary Thrombo embolism, systemic disorders,
environmental lung diseases Sleep medicine and lung diseases in immune-compromised patients.
Workout to breathe harder When you exercise, your heart beats faster and your lungs work harder. Your body needs more oxygen to fuel your muscles. Your lungs step up their activity to deliver that oxygen while expelling additional carbon dioxide.