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10 Best Bronchoscopy doctors in Dwarka, Delhi - Updated 2024

Dr. Rs Chatterji

Dr. Rs Chatterji

44 years of experience

MBBS MD - Medicine DNB - Respiratory Diseases MD - Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases/Medicine

Pulmonologist

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Dr. Puneet Khanna

Dr. Puneet Khanna

23 years of experience

MBBS MD-Tuberculosis and Respiratory disease FCCP - Pulmonary Medicine

Pulmonologist, Asthma And Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Specialist, Allergist/Immunologist

Allergy & Asthma Clinic

Moti Nagar, Delhi

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Dr. Kailash Nath Gupta

Dr. Kailash Nath Gupta

23 years of experience

MBBS MNAMS - Respiratory Diseases DNB - Respiratory Diseases FIAB Visting Fellow ,University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA FCCP - Pulmonary Medicine FIMSA FIAMS FIACM

Emergency & Critical Care, Pulmonologist, Somnologist

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Dr. Chandramani Panjabi

Dr. Chandramani Panjabi

22 years of experience

MBBS MD - Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases/Medicine

Pediatric Pulmonologist, Pulmonologist, Tuberculous And Chest Diseases Specialist

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Dr. Sandeep Yadav

Dr. Sandeep Yadav

16 years of experience

MBBS MD - Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases / Pulmonary Medicine DNB - Respiratory Diseases Certificate Course in Evidence Based Diabetes Management (CCEBDM) EDRM (Adult Respiratory Medicine) Indian Diploma Critical Care Medicine (IDCCM)

Diabetologist, Pulmonologist, Critical Care Medicine

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Dr. Tarun Bhatnagar

Dr. Tarun Bhatnagar

14 years of experience

MBBS DNB - Respiratory Diseases

Sleeping Disorders Specialist, Pulmonologist, Interventional Pulmonology And Respiratory Emergency Specialist

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Dr. Deepak Aggarwal

Dr. Deepak Aggarwal

14 years of experience

MBBS MD - Pulmonary Medicine

Pulmonologist, Tuberculous And Chest Diseases Specialist, General Physician

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Questions & Answers on "Bronchoscopy" (163)

Hi My brother who is 26 is diagnosed with lung tb.he is on tb medicines from last 3 months but he carves a lot junk food he is taking his medication from tb dispensary based in Delhi Guy who distribute medicine there says he can have some stuff but not regularly. My brother become short tempered after having these medicines he is not listening to us What should we do please help

Male | 26

Medications for TB commonly bring about changes in mood such as crankiness. Having junk meals while under TB drugs could worsen the situation. Ensure your brother eats nourishing food. If he still gets angry easily, you should consult his doctor. 

Answered on 12th June '24

Dr. Shweta Bansal

Dr. Shweta Bansal

My lungs crackling only for 2-3 min, before 1 month i had dry cough and cold

Female | 22

If you’ve had a dry cough and cold recently, it seems like you might have some crackling in your lungs. This is normal. The sound could mean there is still mucus present. To remedy the situation, drink more water and practice breathing exercises. If it persists or worsens, take time off work so your body can recover.

Answered on 12th June '24

Dr. Shweta Bansal

Dr. Shweta Bansal

Hi, my name is aiden i am 14 years old and I've been wondering if there something wrong with me when i lay down on my chest i find it a lil hard to breathe sometimes i wonder if its axizety or i might be overthinking but other then that ive been having axizety making it hard for me to sleep and i just feels like my eyes are close but im not getting any sleep what should i do

Male | 14

When you lay on your chest and it feels hard to get air in, that could be from anxiety. Anxiety also makes it difficult for people to sleep well at night.  You can learn how to control your breathing when talking about it with them and other ways of calming down too if they know about it. Try doing things before going to bed like making a routine so that every time before sleep you will make sure that you get into bed more easily also practice good habits around sleep like not watching any screens an hour before bedtime because they keep awake longer which means fewer hours spent resting. If these symptoms stay or get worse then maybe it's time to see the doctor and tell them what’s been happening.

Answered on 13th June '24

Dr. Shweta Bansal

Dr. Shweta Bansal

I am looking after my dad that has end of life copd.hes not eating much very weak talks in his sleep and fidgety and is getting withdrawn from peopl

Male | 83

Extreme fatigue and loss of appetite could be caused by COPD. Sometimes people may talk while asleep, be restless, or become unresponsive during this period. This means that the body is extremely weak. Right now, what is most important is to make sure he is relaxed all the time, don’t force him to eat too much but give him small amounts of food often. 

Answered on 13th June '24

Dr. Shweta Bansal

Dr. Shweta Bansal

My mother has sarcoidosis fibrotic ILD patient.last night her oxygen saturation 87 to 90. But physically she is normal .plz suggest what should i do.

Female | 66

The scarred and stiff lung tissue in sarcoidosis fibrotic ILD makes it hard for air to get in.  If her oxygen level drops below normal, she does not have enough oxygen in her body. It can be really bad. Even if she seems fine, low oxygen can hurt her. Assure that her doctor’s instructions for using oxygen are strictly followed. In case there is no improvement, call for emergency medical services immediately.

Answered on 10th June '24

Dr. Shweta Bansal

Dr. Shweta Bansal

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