Pulmonary & Sleep Medicine
For years Kailash Hospital has been pioneering advanced services in the field of Pulmonary & Sleep medicine. The Pulmonary Medicine is a sub-specialty of Internal Medicine dealing in diagnosis & treatment of respiratory diseases. Kailash Hospital Dehradun has dedicated Pulmonologists to treat various Lung disorders & breathing problems. Facilities to diagnose respiratory diseases like Pulmonary Function Tests, Fiber-optic Laryngoscopy & Bronchoscopy and Sleep Studies are also available at the hospital.
We are renowned for our quality healthcare; patient-friendly & well proficient Team. Pulmonary Medicine & Sleep medicine at Kailash Hospital Dehradun has made significant progress since its conception with the best Pulmonologists & Respiratory specialists. The department is equipped with the well trained chest physicians & pulmonologists with expertise on most advanced pulmonary diagnostics & testing machines. The specialty is backed by 24X7 Lab facilities for tests including PFT (Pulmonary Function Test, Sleep disorders, Lung Biopsy, Endobronchial Biopsy & Bronchoscopy.
Fully equipped Sleep laboratories provide comprehensive polysomnography facility. Sleep Studies are carried out to detect patients having snoring and sleep disturbances, suspected of having Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA). This centre at Dehradun is the best hospital dedicated to provide diagnosis & treatment of Asthma, COPD, Tuberculosis, Lung cancer, bronchology, sleep medicine & airway allergies. Our expertise in healthcare attracts patients seeking a definitive diagnosis and cutting-edge treatment, often for a rare or complex lung disorder. With facilities for advanced interventional pulmonary medicine & respiratory medicine experts Kailash Hospital Dehradun has gained recognition & is known as the best hospital for Respiratory treatments. Further to this there are specialist facilities for cardio pulmonary exercise testing, pulmonary rehabilitation therapies & facilities for providing ECLS (Extracorporeal life support).
Long-term follow-up care is also provided to keep respiratory ailments under control helping the patient recover back to health.