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Dr. Kamal Gera  - Pulmonologist, Faridabad

Dr. Kamal Gera

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MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine

Pulmonologist, Faridabad

7 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹200 online
Dr. Kamal Gera 85% (16 ratings) MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine Pulmonologist, Faridabad
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Dr. Kamal Gera is a Pulmonologist and Tuberculous and chest Diseases Specialist in Sector-16, Faridabad and has an experience of 5 years in these fields. Dr. Kamal Gera practices at QRG Health City in Sector-16, Faridabad. He completed MBBS from Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi University in 2011 and MD - Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases/Medicine from University of Delhi in 2015. He is a member of American college of allergy, asthma and immunology,World Allergy Organization,European Respiratory Society (ERS) and Indian Chest Society. Some of the services provided by the doctor are: Bronchitis Treatment,Lung Abscess,Pneumonia Treatment,Embolisation and Lung Infections Treatment etc.


MBBS - Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi - 2011
MD - Pulmonary Medicine - Vallabhbhai Patel Chest Institute, University of Delhi - 2015
Past Experience
Pulmonologist at Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket
Languages spoken
Awards and Recognitions
European Diploma In Adult Respiratory Medicine
Professional Memberships
European Respiratory Society (ERS)
World Allergy Organization
American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
Life Member- Indian Chest Society


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Who Should Be Screened for Lung Cancer?

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Who Should Be Screened for Lung Cancer?

One of the major causes of death worldwide is lung cancer and it has been continuously affecting men and women accounting for about 150,000 deaths every year. Astonishingly, this figure is more than the combined death rate of the next three kinds of cancer, namely, colon, breast, and pancreatic cancer.

As with any type of cancer, lung cancer to has increased life expectancy when diagnosed in the earlier stages. Thus, being informed about the causes and signs of this deadly disease becomes critical to treat the condition.

The prevalent causes
The major risk factor for lung cancer is smoking and second-hand or passive smoking. The risks are increased when the smokers are exposed to other potential risk factors such as getting exposed radon and asbestos.

Who should be screened?

  • As said earlier, cancer when diagnosed early has an increased success rate for a cure.
  • Most people do not admit that they are vulnerable to lung cancer and this mindset has to be changed first and foremost.
  • There are many people who would benefit from an early diagnosis. This is because the modern medical procedures are highly beneficial in changing the lives of the affected, for better.
  • People, who are avid smokers or have a history of smoking, should always opt for lung cancer screening.
  • In this regard, it should be kept in mind that people, who have stopped smoking for the last 15 years, should also be tested.
  • People belonging to the age group of 55-80 and who have smoked in the past should also come under the screening procedure.

Who should not be tested and why?
Lung cancer is a ghastly disease, but still, it is advised that everyone should not be screened. These tests involve a lot of risks, which are indeed severe.

  • The first risk is the false-positive test result wherein the test confirms that the patient is suffering from the disease, but he is not.
  • The second risk is over-diagnosis where the cancer is at a benign stage, but there are unnecessary treatments considering it to be dangerous.

Lastly, there is the risk of exposure to radiation.

So, who is the right candidate?
Now the question arises, who should be asked to screen themselves for lung cancer? Or, when is the ideal time to for screening? Because of the risks associated with CT scanning and the chances of doing more harm than good to people who are not prone to having lung cancer, the doctors recommend screening to only those people who are at high risk. Unfortunately, the symptoms of this disease are almost nil in number. To be an ideal candidate for screening, the patient should be in good health and should have a smoking habit as mentioned above.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Ways Pulmonary Edema Can be Treated!

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Ways Pulmonary Edema Can be Treated!

Pulmonary edema is a disorder wherein fluid accumulates in the lungs leading to lack of oxygen in the body. The usual cause of pulmonary edema is congestive heart failure (the muscles of the heart are unable to pump blood). In this disorder, the heart has to work extra hard to pump blood, so this adds extra pressure on the blood vessels that are present in the lungs. In a bid to relieve this added pressure, fluid is released into the lungs by the blood vessels.

The function of your lungs is to take in oxygen from the air and circulate it in the bloodstream. However, fluid accumulation in the lungs impairs the ability to supply oxygen in the blood. As the oxygen does not reach the blood, the body gets deprived of oxygen.

The most frequent cause of pulmonary edema is congestive heart failure. Some other causes of pulmonary edema are pneumonia, failure of the kidney, damage to the lungs, high blood pressure and sepsis of the blood (infection). Apart from these internal medical causes, certain external factors such as exposure to high altitudes, drug overdose and inhalation of toxic substances can also cause pulmonary edema.

The symptoms of pulmonary edema are coughing, swelling of the legs, breathlessness and wheezing. In case of severe pulmonary edema, symptoms such as respiratory failure, shock and organ damage due to lack of oxygen may occur.

The initial step to treat pulmonary edema is to administer oxygen. Oxygen is given through a nasal cannula; it is a flexible tube made of plastic with two openings that allow oxygen to be delivered to the nostrils. The oxygen levels in your body are closely monitored by the doctor.

Based on the cause of pulmonary edema, the following treatments are administered:

  1. Morphine: Morphine is administered to reduce breathing difficulties and anxiety.
  2. Preload reducers: These medications help relieve the pressure in the lungs and the heart. Diuretics are a type of preload reducers; it is also known to cause excessive urination.
  3. Afterload reducers: Afterload reducers are medications that relieve pressure from the left ventricle by dilating the blood vessels.
  4. Use of blood pressure medication: Pulmonary edema caused by blood pressure changes i.e. if the disorder is caused by changes in your blood pressure, then blood pressure medications are administered to get your pressure back to normal levels.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Hi, Dry cough for 2 weeks worse at night on medication tossex syrup 5 ml plus Doxcef. Please suggest me something.

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Hello you are taking antibiotic along with a codiene containing cough syrup your cough might be allergic in nature which will need anti allergic in tablet forms but you should be evaluated for allergic cough first by blood tests, chest xray etc.
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5 Important Tips to Recover From Cold and Flu

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
5 Important Tips to Recover From Cold and Flu

1. Stay home, rest and take plenty of fluids

Take plenty of rest at home which will give your body time to heal. Water, juices and comforting warm beverages will help prevent dehydration and turn thick viscid phlegm to watery mucus which can be easily coughed out.

2. Inhale steam

Steam inhalation: warm humidified air will ease the congestion in your nose and lungs. 

It will help in thinning out the mucus and make breathing better. Alternatively, you can sit in the bathroom with the shower running hot water till the bathroom is filled with moist steam. 

3. Humidifier

Use humidifier or vaporizer to moist the dry air in your house/room. It will help in quicker recovery from flu.

4. Over-the-counter medicines for a cough, aches and fever

You can try over-the-counter medicines such as paracetamol, nasal decongestants and cough syrups after consulting with your local doctor. Never give aspirin to people younger than 19 years unless prescribed by a doctor. Lozenges will help to soothe the throat. Avoid taking antibiotics as flu is a viral infection and not bacterial unless prescribed by a doctor. 

5. Saline solutions

Use saline nasal sprays or drops to unblock the nose. Put some drops or spray in the nose and gently blow the mucus and saline out. Gargles with a warm saline solution will sooth down the throat and help to clear the infection.

These measures will help ease your suffering and can result in a quicker recovery. Take appropriate precautions to prevent the spreading of flu, like covering of mouth while coughing, nose while sneezing especially when near the children. 

Consult a Pulmonologist (Chest physician) urgently if you experience breathlessness, wheezing, troublesome cough, high fever, hoarseness of voice, vomiting or other worsening symptoms. 

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I am suffering from hard coughs from last 2 weeks and some kind of hard saliva comes in my mouth each time I cough. I am also suffering from high fever and when I take medicine, fever goes and but coughing remains. please tell me the solution for this. I would be very thankful to you. I get throat pain too while I cough each time. Waiting for your reply. Your's truly Himanshu.

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Hello lybrate-user you might be suffering from lower respiratory tract infection as you r having fever and cough you need investigations like chest xray, sputum (phlegm/hard saliva) investigations after consultation with a pulmonologist (chest specialist) do not delay.
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I am 38 years old. I am suffering from dry cough for 1 month. Pls prescribe me good medicine.

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Hello you might be suffering from respiratory allergy still you need a workup evaluation to rule out infectious or any other cause.
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I'm suffering from dust allergy consult many doctors cold and cough goes over kindly give get well soon solution while sleeping cough goes more up. Please advise

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Hello you seem to be suffering from respiratory allergies usually allergic cough gets worse at night some patients also experience breathlessness and wheezing along with cough you need a chest xray and certain blood tests to determine the allergy levels.
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