Monday-Saturday : 9am to 6pm
Sunday: On Appointment
Emergency : 9343108108

DIAGNOSTIC TESTS AND PROCEDURES DONE

PULMONARY FUNTION TESTS – diagnosis and monitoring various pulmonary diseases

Spirometry and 6 Minute Walk Test

Arterial Blood Gas analysis

SKIN PRICK TEST – Identifying the causative agents allergen in allergic disorders like asthma, allergic rhinitis.

SLEEP STUDY(POLYSOMNOGRAPHY) AND CPAP TITRATION- Evaluation of sleep related breathing disorders like obstructive sleep apnea

FIBROPTIC BRONCHOSCOPY:

Visualisation of airway and bronchial tree

Bronchial washing and Bronchoalveolar Lavage (BAL)

Bronchial brushing

Transbronchial Needle Aspiration (TBNA)

Transbronchial lung biopsy( C-ARM guided biopsy)

Transbronchial Lung Biopsy (TBLB)

APC probe to control bleeding

THORARCIC ULTRASOUND:

For lung and pleural imaging in critically ill patients

Ultrasound guided procedures like pleural aspiration, intercostal drainage placement.

PLEUROSCOPY AND MEDICAL THORACOSCOPY
 INVASIVE AND NON-INVASIVE VENTILATION (CPAP,BiPAP)
 RIGID BRONCHOSCOPY FOR TRACHEAL DILATATION, Stenting, and foreign body removal etc

    SPECIALITIES

    • Evaluation and management of Non Resolving Pneumonia.
    • Difficult Asthma – Evaluation and treatment including anti Ig E therapy
    • Severe COPD management and Rehabilitation
    • Snoring and Sleep apnea – Clinical evaluation along with sleep study for evaluation of snoring and sleep apnea, and CPAP titration
    • Pleural diseases –
    • Image guided pleural interventions with self-retaining pleural catheter
      Intrapleural fibrinolysis for septated pleural effusions
      Talc Pleurodesis for persistent pleural effusions and recurrent pneumothorax
      Image guided pleural biopsies
      Pleuroscopy and pleural biopsy
      Smoking cessation – Counselling and pharmacotherapy
    • Interstitial lung Disease (ILDs) – Evaluation and Management

    RESPIRATORY EMERGENCIES

    Well-equipped Intensive care unit provides state-of-the art management for all respiratory emergencies including the following:

    • Acute respiratory failure including H1N1 and related viral pneumonia and ARDS
    • Sepsis and ARDS
    • COPD and asthma exacerbations
    • Acute respiratory failure
    • Acute pulmonary embolism
    • Bronchial artery embolization for Massive haemoptysis