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Dr. S S Panwar

Pulmonologist, Delhi

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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them.
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Dr. S S Panwar is an experienced Pulmonologist in Bapa Nagar, Delhi. You can meet Dr. S S Panwar personally at DOT Centre in Bapa Nagar, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. S S Panwar on Lybrate.com.

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My father have cough from 1 month so which medicine my father can take? please tell.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Cough more than 1 month need to be tested for TB and sputum AFB and blood CBC is needed and inform me
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My self Poornima, age 22. I was affected by cold and cough for last 3 days I have taken usual 5able like dolo650 all but still it not rectified, could not breath. Please suggest me.

Master of Hospital Administration, DTM&H, MBBS
General Physician, Kolkata
My self Poornima, age 22. I was affected by cold and cough for last 3 days I have taken usual 5able like dolo650 all ...
Get some antibiotics in its proper with a cough syrup for five days with dolo650if temp more than 100.
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I am 36 years old with my left inside nose tilted due to enlarged bone since my childhood. Though the growth is constant now but I feel problem taking complete breath and suffer from mild asthma also. Please suggest should I go for surgery or medicines are there to correct it completely.

Diploma in Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases (DTCD), MBBS
Pulmonologist, Delhi
I am 36 years old with my left inside nose tilted due to enlarged bone since my childhood. Though the growth is const...
Since you have asthma also so you need to be on medicine continuously even though the surgery will help partially.
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I have some wheezing problem due to heavy weight of my body. Past three month this problem continue.

PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
Since the body area that needs utmost attention is the chest, one should try to keep it warm. Use fomentation bottle to warm up the chest, upper back, and back side of the neck. Keeping your feet in warm water is also helpful. It has been found by the researchers that drinking 3 glasses of orange juice everyday can bring down wheezing to 70%. Steam helps relieve the symptoms of all the respiratory tract ailments. Throw a towel on your head to inhale steam from a mini sauna, for 10 minutes. Steam will humidify your respiratory passages, easing your breathing, that will help in looking after the wheezing.
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I am a student. I always have exams tension and because of it, I always feel asthma like sensation before exam time. Can you suggest some measures.

MD-Pulmonology
Pulmonologist, Dehradun
No medication but meditation can help. Jokes apart. Learn some exercises to increase concentration and relaxation for example. Breath awareness is a simple way to relax and release stress. Contact for details.
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Chronic Urticaria - 7 Tips To Deal With It!

MD - Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy
Dermatologist, Bhubaneswar
Chronic Urticaria - 7 Tips To Deal With It!

Are you looking for ways to deal with chronic urticaria? This is an uncomfortable skin health condition which is featured by red, itchy welts appearing on any part of your body. The cause of this condition is unknown to us most of the times. When the cause of chronic urticaria cannot be determined, the condition is called chronic idiopathic urticaria. There are several ways of dealing with this condition.

Here is a list of the top ways to deal with chronic urticaria:

  1. Try to Avoid Known Triggers: Avoiding known triggers is the best way of controlling chronic urticaria. You should consult an allergist for determining the triggers which might affect you. The most common triggers include foods such as eggs, shellfish, peanuts, and several food additives. Several pain medications, physical stimuli like temperature, exercise, pollen, and certain bacterial infections and viral infections are common triggers.

  2. Take Your Medicines Regularly: You should regularly take your medicines prescribed for dealing with chronic urticaria. Antihistamines are commonly used. The use of corticosteroids or epinephrine infections may also be required.

  3. Soothe Your Skin: Scratching is bad for your chronic urticaria and should be avoided to prevent the hives from being aggravated. Dry skin triggers scratching and so you should keep your skin well moisturised. Take frequent baths, and use moisturising creams and ointments.

  4. Wear Loose Clothes: Friction and pressure on your affected skin may worsen the hives. You should abstain from wearing tight belts, constricting clothes, and shoes which do not fit well. Choose soft fabric material clothes.

  5. Vitamin D Supplements: Adding vitamin D supplements may help in reducing the symptoms of chronic urticaria. You should consult your dermatologist before taking vitamin D supplements on your own.

  6. Alternative Therapies: Stress accounts for worsening this health condition. You should practice techniques which relax your mind and soul, such as meditation, yoga, and deep breathing. These are effective in stress relief. Some studies state that acupuncture may also be associated with decreasing the symptoms of chronic urticaria.

  7. Manage Your Symptoms: If you are suffering from chronic urticaria, all your efforts will be directed towards managing all the visible symptoms. However, you must also deal with the invisible symptoms such as depression and anxiety. Living with this condition is a challenging and painful task, which often results in depression, and emotional imbalance. Emotional stress, fatigue, and emotional distress are triggered by chronic urticaria.

It is important for you to consult a dermatologist if you experience any symptom of chronic urticaria. Early diagnosis and an early treatment will prevent the condition from worsening further. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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What medications are best for the treatment of asthma? What are their side effects?

MD - Pulmonary, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Use asthma preventor medicine by inhalation with spacer. Can have growth retardation in childrens and osteoporosis in adults. Cause weight gain.
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I have cough and cold, because of this find difficult to breath in night and early morning and also I fill my head is very heavy also a headache in head, give which medicine is good for me?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Ghaziabad
I have cough and cold, because of this find difficult to breath in night and early morning and also I fill my head is...
Before medicine diagnosis is must, by your symptoms it could be any respiratory disorder like upper tract infection, sinusitis, allergic bronchitis etc. a clinical examination and x-ray will be required with complete blood count. so please see a doctor, and do not delay further. avoid sour/cold/ fried food. take steam. avoid low temp AC and congested places. do breathing exercises.
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How do we know that a patient on mechanical ventilator is breathing himself /herself.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
General Physician, Delhi
Hmm. Good question. It will be difficult for a lay man to evaluate that. Because ventilators have different settings. If the patient is conscious and is able to cough then probably he is breathing on it's own. But I am guessing that you would like to know in case of an unconscious person on ventilator. Most patients on ventilators would be on SIMV setting. In whic h a ceratin amount of respirations are set to be given/assisted by the ventilators and rest the patient takes himself. So ask your doctor for the set respiratory rate insimv mode and count the patient's respiration yourself. For eg if your doctor says that that the set rest rate is 12 and you count the patuient's resp rate as 16 then the patient is taking atlest 4 breaths on his or her own. In assist control mode almost every braeth is assisted by rthe ventilator so it is difficult to assess by alay person. If the mode is cpap then every breath being taken is being initiated by the patient. To summarise ask you doctor the mode of ventilator setting, ACM or BIPAP or CPAP. It is difficult to tell inACMV mode. Follow the above example in SIMV mode if in CPAPmode then your patient is definitely breathing by himself. Hope it helps.
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Is asthma a long term desire? R it has a cure. What causes asthma. How to prevent it. Can I use theo asthalin tablet every day during winter to prevent asthma attack.

MD - Pulmonary, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Is asthma a long term desire? R it has a cure. What causes asthma. How to prevent it. Can I use theo asthalin tablet ...
can b econtrolled only with regular use of controller drugs usually by inhalation. In most cases due to allergy to something. Try to avoid triggers of asthma like dust, smoke, pollution, allergens. Better to avoid theoasthlin tab. Can take some inhalors.
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