Best Pulmonologyy Hospitals in Bangalore, 81 Results

Manipal Hospital

Manipal Hospital

Old Airport Road, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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157 Doctors
100 Beds

Beauty Salon

Business Centre Services

Cafe

Dedicated Smoking Areas

Dry Cleaning

36 more Services
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Fortis Hospital's logo

Fortis Hospital

Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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106 Doctors
400 Beds
2 Ambulances
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Apollo Hospital's logo

Apollo Hospital

Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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76 Doctors
295 Beds
9 Ambulances

Open Hours

Business Centre Services

Cafe

Dry Cleaning

Family Accommodation

Fitness

33 more Services
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Aster C M I Hospital's logo

Aster C M I Hospital

Hebbal, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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74 Doctors
500 Beds
3 Ambulances
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Sagar Hospitals's logo

Sagar Hospitals

Jayanagar, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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72 Doctors
200 Beds
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Sparsh Hospital's logo

Sparsh Hospital

Yeshwanthpur, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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64 Doctors
250 Beds
1 Ambulance
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Manipal Hospital's logo

Manipal Hospital

Whitefield, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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64 Doctors
280 Beds
1 Ambulance

Cafe

Free Wifi

Parking available

Religious facilities

Pharmacy

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Manipal Hospital Malleshwaram's logo

Manipal Hospital Malleshwaram

Malleswaram, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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57 Doctors

Open Hours

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Rxdx Healthcare's logo

Rxdx Healthcare

Whitefield, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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54 Doctors
25 Beds
2 Ambulances

Cafe

Dry Cleaning

Family Accommodation

Fitness

Free Wifi

24 more Services
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Apollo Hospitals's logo

Apollo Hospitals

Seshadripuram, Bangalore

Open 24x7

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50 Doctors
200 Beds
2 Ambulances

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She is having cough from last 6 months

Female | 29

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Dr. Pallab Haldar

Hello. Please can you help me with my question. My son is 6 years 6 month old. He has an egg, tomato, jelatine, syntetics and grass allergy. Also he has allergic rynit and he has difficulty with breathing. We need to remove some teeth because of inflammation. Which anesthesy he can accept? Can he accept azot protocsit or other sedations?

Male | 6

Please kindly get allergy test done where they will do tests to ascertain what drugs may cause allergy and make a list for him. There it will be mentioned which anaesthetic drugs can be administered to him.
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Dr. Sanket Chakraverty

Hi Iam 26 years old and I’m having a severe cough and breathlessness , I have done a chest x ray and COVID RTPCR but nothing is in the reports ..but at night I’m suffering from cough and breathlessness

Male | 26

It is possible that you may have an underlying respiratory condition such as asthma or COPD that is causing your symptoms. You should see a doctor for a more thorough evaluation and to discuss treatment options. It is also possible that your symptoms could be caused by allergies or other environmental triggers. An allergist or pulmonologist can help you identify the underlying cause of your symptoms and develop an effective treatment plan.

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Dr. Babita Goel

My daughter is 12 plus .she complains of breathlessness especially during night ,after which she sleeps nicely.she had a Ceasar on jan 10 this year for the first time and the reason is still not known after all check-up. She says she had an attack when she was trying to tell us she is not able to breathe well.Since that day she is worried and little anxious that same incident might not occur.This gave us an idea of meeting a pulmonologist who can help us.kindly suggest

Female | 12

It is best to have your daughter evaluated by a pulmonologist. The pulmonologist may recommend a variety of tests to assess her breathlessness, including a chest x-ray, spirometry, a complete blood count (CBC), and a complete metabolic panel. Depending on the results of the tests, the pulmonologist will recommend additional tests, such as an electrocardiogram (ECG) or a pulmonary function test (PFT). Additionally, the doctor can recommend taking medications to help manage her symptoms. It is important to monitor her closely for any changes in her breathing patterns.

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