We are providing medicine for Diabetes , Hypertension , Hypothyroidism. Comorbidities tend to increase a person's need for health care and the cost of care while decreasing the person's ability to function in the world. However, they can be more or less severe.
We are providing ICU Care , Home Care advices. Critical care (also known as Intensive Care) is the multi-professional healthcare specialty that cares for patients with acute, life-threatening illness or injury.
Invasive procedures : We are providing medicine for Bronchoscopy , Chest Drain , Pig tail Catheter Insertion. These include the use of hypodermic injection (using the syringe), an endoscope, percutaneous surgery which involves needle puncture of the skin, laparoscopic surgery commonly called keyhole surgery, a coronary catheter, angioplasty and stereotactic surgery.
We are providing medicine for Asthma , Allergic Rhinitis , COPD , Bronchiectasis -Interstitial Lung Diseases , Respiratory Tract Infection , Pneumonia -Pleural Effusion , Tuberculosis , Others Lung Conditions. Pulmonary medicine is the subspecialty of internal medicine that focuses on the diagnosis and management of disorders of the respiratory system, including the lungs, upper airways, thoracic cavity, and chest wall.
Designation: Consultant Degrees: MBBS. DTCD (Diploma jn TB & Chest Diseases). MD (Anaesthesiology) Specialities: Critical Care Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine
We are providing medicine for Obstructive Sleep Apnea , CPAP , BiPAP Therapy. They are also sometimes called sedatives, which while literally meaning “calming,” more often can refer to “the ability to cause drowsiness.” The most common prescription sleeping pills, or hypnotics, are in the classes of drugs called benzodiazepines or benzodiazepine receptor agonists.
We are offering telemedicine or video consults where patients are not being able to reach the hospital. Using telemedicine software, patients can see a doctor for diagnosis and treatment without having to wait for an appointment. A video or telemedicine consult can never be compared to a normal in-hospital consult where the doctor is able to physically examine the patient.