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The whole idea is to increase the awareness amongst the people about the increasing incidence of Respiratory diseases. Increasing Industrialisation and urbanisation has triggered growth of multitude of breathing disorders all across our country - India. The number of Chest Physicians catering to needs of such growing number of respiratory patients is pretty less.This website attempts to answer most questions in your mind about respiratory illnesses. Be it Asthma, use of Inhalers in asthma, smoking related breathing disorders, Lung cancers, sleep disordered breathing or one of the biggest menaces like Tuberculosis - you shall find information in easy language.+ Read More

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COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, is a progressive disease that makes it hard to breathe. "Progressive" means the disease gets worse over time.
COPD can cause coughing that produces large amounts of mucus (a slimy substance), wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and other symptoms.
Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of COPD. Most people who have COPD smoke or used to smoke. Long-term exposure to other lung irritants, such as air pollution, biomass fuel 9especially in rural India), chemical fumes, or dust, also may contribute to COPD.
Overview
To understand COPD, it helps to understand how the lungs work. The air that you breathe goes down your windpipe into tubes in your lungs called bronchial tubes or airways.
Within the lungs, your bronchial tubes branch into thousands of smaller, thinner tubes called bronchioles. These tubes end in bunches of tiny round air sacs called alveoli.
Small blood vessels called capillaries run through the walls of the air sacs. When air reaches the air sacs, the oxygen in the air passes through the air sac walls into the blood in the capillaries. At the same time, carbon dioxide (a waste gas) moves from the capillaries into the air sacs. This process is called gas exchange.

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Interstitial Lung Disease
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Interstitial lung disease is a term used to refer to a particular type of inflammation of the interstitium of the lungs. The interstitium is the tissue that surrounds and separates the tiny air sacs in the lungs. Interstitial lung disease involves an inflammation of this supportive tissue between the air sacs rather than inflammation in the air sacs themselves. Interstitial inflammation is typically a diffuse process that occurs all over the lungs and is not confined to one location.
What causes interstitial lung disease?
Interstitial lung disease is felt to be caused by a misdirected immune or healing reaction to a number of factors, including:
infections of the lungs;
toxins in the environment (such as asbestos, silica dust);
certain medications (particularly some drugs used as chemotherapy for cancers);
radiation therapy to the chest; and
chronic autoimmune diseases: connective tissue diseases such as lupus, scleroderma, and rheumatoid arthritis
Sometimes, the process of inflammation and scarring of the interstitial tissues of the lungs develops in the absence of a known cause. When no cause can be identified, this is referred to as idiopathic (unknown cause) interstitial lung disease or idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. Depending upon the location, severity, and pattern of lung involvement, the idiopathic interstitial lung diseases have been further subdivided into categories. Examples of different types of idiopathic interstitial lung disease include

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Sleep Disorder
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These periods of 'stopping breathing' only become clinically significant if the cessation lasts for more than 10 seconds each time and occur more than 10 times every hour. OSA only happens during sleep, as it is a lack of muscle tone in your upper airway that causes the airway to collapse. During the day we have sufficient muscle tone to keep the airway open allowing for normal breathing.

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Pulmonary Rehabilitation
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Since the number of chronic respiratory disorders is on the rise; modification of life style to adapt to the new situations due to respiratory limitations has become essential.

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Lung Cancer
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Despite ongoing investigation into screening technology, research shows that lung cancer death rates have not improved. At the time they are diagnosed, the majority of lung cancers have progressed to an advanced state. Lung cancer screening is not currently routine practice.

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Interventional Pulmonology
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We all are now well versed with the concept of "key – hole" surgeries or minimal access surgeries. Which means that a said surgery is done with an endoscope through a small hole; say – 2 inches instead of taking a big incision.

Similarly in Pulmonology there are Bronchoscopes and Thoracoscopes.

A bronchoscope helps a doctor to examine the inside of the breathing tubes and parts of the lungs. If any abnormality is found then the doctor can also take Biopsy (a small piece) which is sent for pathological examination. The Pulmonologists can diagnose various diseases like Lung cancers, Tuberculosis, fungal Infections etc through this Bronchoscope.

Going ahead; it is now possible to treat certain lung cancers with Radiotherapy or LASER etc through the Bronchoscope. Putting a Stent (a tiny pipe) to open an obstruction inside a breathing tube is also possible through the Brocnhoscope.

A thoracoscope is equipment used to examine and treat diseases in the cavity of chest where lungs are situated.

Lung cancers, recurrent collection of Fluid in chest cavity can be observed and treated with the help of these equipments.

 

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Interstitial Lung Disease
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Interstitial lung disease is a term used to refer to a particular type of inflammation of the interstitium of the lungs. The interstitium is the tissue that surrounds and separates the tiny air sacs in the lungs.

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We all are now well versed with the concept of "key – hole" surgeries or minimal access surgeries. Which means that a said surgery is done with an endoscope through a small hole; say – 2 inches instead of taking a big incision.
Similarly in Pulmonology there are Bronchoscopes and Thoracoscopes.
A bronchoscope helps a doctor to examine the inside of the breathing tubes and parts of the lungs. If any abnormality is found then the doctor can also take Biopsy (a small piece) which is sent for pathological examination. The Pulmonologists can diagnose various diseases like Lung cancers, Tuberculosis, fungal Infections etc through this Bronchoscope.
Going ahead; it is now possible to treat certain lung cancers with Radiotherapy or LASER etc through the Bronchoscope. Putting a Stent (a tiny pipe) to open an obstruction inside a breathing tube is also possible through the Brocnhoscope.
A thoracoscope is equipment used to examine and treat diseases in the cavity of chest where lungs are situated.
Lung cancers, recurrent collection of Fluid in chest cavity can be observed and treated with the help of these equipments.

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