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MD - Pulmonary, DTCD

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I am Dr. M.C Gupta. Practicing at Jeevan Jyoti Hospital, Faridabad. I am a pulmonologist and goin...

I am Dr. M.C Gupta. Practicing at Jeevan Jyoti Hospital, Faridabad. I am a pulmonologist and going to talk about asthma.

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. Leading to hyper responsiveness of the airways, causing breathlessness, chest tightness, cough which is usually in the night or early morning hours. It should be reversible by it self or by drugs. Prevalence of asthma is in India between 1.3 to 2.5% and it is higher in the children and go even up to 10%. Type of asthma are childhood asthma, adult onset asthma, chronic asthma, occupational asthma and difficult to treat asthma. Asthma is usually genetic or environmental factors. The environmental triggers usually are allergens. Most of are, in allergens most important cause is house dust might. It can be due to stress, anxiety, obesity, drugs, infection. Infection are usually viral. It can be due to drugs like aspirin, NSIAD, or ace. The diagnosis of asthma is usually by pulmonary function test which shows the obstruction and the reversibility of the obstruction by inhaled short acting beta to agonist. If the reversibility is good then the patient is labeled as asthma. Treatment of asthma is for emergency patients or a routine patients. If a patient is unable to take proper breath, his heart rate is more than 120, he is having increased respiratory rate of 30 or having sinuses or unable to speak a single sentence then he is having a severe attack of asthma and should be rushed, patient should be rushed to the nearby health faculty for admission and treatment. Treatment for routine asthmatic is divided into certain steps. Steps 1 to 5. In the step 1, the patient is given short acting beta 2 agonist as and when required, with that the patient usually remain all right, the need for inhalation for beta 2 agonist should not be regular. Step 2 consist of inhaled corticosteroids in low doses, and the patient remain usually well controlled with that. In the step 3 of this, there is a either high dose of inhaled corticosteroids or combination of low dosed inhaled corticosteroids plus long acting beta 2 agonist. In step 4 if the patients is not controlled with the drugs in step 3 then, the patient is put on to step 4 and contain high dose inhaled corticosteroids plus long acting beta2 agonist. Most of the patients are controlled up to steep wise treatment 1 to 4. If the patient is not controlled given with that then the patient may need oral corticosteroids or anti iGE treatment.

For further queries or any follow up treatments you can contact me at my hospital.

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Causes, types, symptoms of Lung Cancer

Causes, types, symptoms of Lung Cancer

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I am Dr. MC Gupta, a respective physician practising in Faridabad for the last 40 years. My talk ...

I am Dr. MC Gupta, a respective physician practising in Faridabad for the last 40 years. My talk is on Asthma.

Asthma is a very common disease involves 3-10 % of the population and the prevalence is gradually increasing due to increased pollution in the industrialization and environmental and occupational problems. It is characterized by chronic inflammation of the air tubes that carry oxygen and air from and into the lung. Due to chronic inflammation of the air tubes, there is a hyper responsiveness of the air tube that means if there is any trigger they react, constrict, there is an increase inflammation and that lead to the attack of asthma.

Asthma by symptom is characterized by shortness of breath, chest tightness, cough. These are the main three symptoms. Asthma is usually variable. One we have an asthma attack and the patient may go into dimensions when there are no symptoms at all.

There are many risk factors and if we control the risk factor we can avoid or control the asthma attack. The risk factors are a family if any one of the parents is having asthma then there are twenty-five percent chances of children getting asthma or if both the parents are having asthma then fifty percent of children can develop asthma. Other risk factors are repeated viral infections, stress obesity, rhinitis, reflex, some medicines which can aggravate the symptoms of asthma, even in some exercise can induce asthma which is called exercise induced asthma. Tablet aspirin commonly taken as disprin and in some persons can induce the attack of asthma.

The diagnosis very simple usually on the basis of symptoms the patient is suffering supported by pulmonary function tests, x-ray test, haemogram and total IGE and rust test for lse.

Treatment of asthma depends upon the character of asthma, rather it just mild intermittent or it is persistent. In persistent is mild moderate and severe. If the asthma is just mild and intermittent one needs only rescue medicine that shorts acting beta 2 taken during the time of the attack and after that, the patient usually goes into remission and does not require the treatment. In persistent asthma, in mild asthma long acting beta 2 with an inhaled corticosteroid in minimum doses that control asthma and keep under control. Moderate asthma and severe asthma the bowls of inhaled corticosteroid can be increased from 800mg to 2000 microgram and it should be given in a combination of long acting beta 2. In the fourth stage of asthma, these inhaled corticosteroid plus long acting beta 2 agonists may be added with LAMA that is long acting muscarinic acids agents or taken orally or steroids. The oral steroids should not be taken continuously for the treatment of asthma because they can cause osteoporosis diabetes, hypertension and obesity.

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Understanding what causes COPD and what are the signs that a person might be suffering from it.<b...

Understanding what causes COPD and what are the signs that a person might be suffering from it.

Clinical diagnosis of COPD is usually made by presence of symptoms that is cough, sputum production, breathlessness and spirometry. Assessment of COPD is also made by spirometry and rate of excess exacerbation. With each exacerbation there is increased breathlessness, increase in the sputum production, increase in cough, there is sputum may be dark in color which shows infection. For each excess exacerbation there is permanent damage of a lung and severity of the COPD may increase.

Treatment of COPD is by pharmacotherapy which aims to control the symptoms of the patient and prevent exacerbation. If you prevent the exacerbation then the patient health improves and prevent further damage to the lungs. If a patient is Breathless on walking at ground level, then the patient may be helped by rehabilitation and by increasing the day to day activities. Exacerbation can be prevented by adult vaccination that is vaccination for non invasive pneumococcal infection and flu vaccination. This disease is gradually progressive. Symptoms can be controlled with pharmacotherapy. But the disease cannot be cured. The main aim of the diseases to prevent and to prevent is hundred percent. If one avoid smoking, exposure to occupational gases and inter Biomass exposure. Patient of COPD should consult a chest physician or respiratory physician.

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Management of Bronchial Asthma<br/>I m Dr. M. C. Gupta, practicing at Jeevan Jyoti Hospital, Fari...

Management of Bronchial Asthma
I’m Dr. M. C. Gupta, practicing at Jeevan Jyoti Hospital, Faridabad for the last forty years in pulmonary medicine. Today, I will talk regarding bronchial Asthma. Asthma is prevalent in about 5-10 percent population. Symptoms of asthma are cough, breathlessness, chest, tightness and wheeze. It can occur at any age from an infant to old person. On examination, one may find bronchitis on chest.  

Prevention of asthma is by avoiding pollution, dust, smoke, stress and sudden change of temperature.

The treatment of asthma is, if it is mild and infrequent then, only SABAs that is Short-Acting Beta-Agonists can be taken off and on as and when required. If someone is having persistent asthma then along with inhaled corticosteroids one need LABAs that is Long-Acting Beta-Agonist which is to be continued till the symptoms are controlled. After the symptoms are controlled, one can be put on controller medicine that is inhaled corticosteroids and which should be taken in the minimum possible dose to prevent any side effects of the inhaled steroids. The side effects of inhaled steroids are very less as compared to oral steroids. The treatment may continue lifelong or the patient may go into reminiscence.

If you want to consult me regarding asthma, you can consult me via Lybrate.

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Dr. Mool Chand Gupta specializes in Pulmonology. He is one the best pulmonologist you can find in Faridabad. He has had an experience of 40 years. This has made Dr. Mool Chand Gupta more skillful in his field. He has graduated with a degree in Pulmonary, DTCD. Dr. Mool Chand Gupta usually sits in his chamber which is located at Jeewan Jyoti Hospital in Sector 15, Faridabad. He has got a lot of positive feedbacks from his patients all over India as well. Dr. Mool Chand Gupta carries out an extensive pulmonary diagnosis of his patients to know them better and give them the best in class treatment. He is an active member of FCAAI and FNCCI as well, which are two of the most reputed medical associations of the coutry. Being a pulmonologist, Dr. Mool Chand Gupta treats sleep disorders caused due to breathing, obstructive lung diseases, neuromuscular disease, interventional pulmonology, inflammation and scaring of the lungs. Dr. Mool Chand Gupta is also an expert in lung transplantation. Severe disorders like asthma, bronchiectasis, bronchitis, emphysema, interstitial lung disease, occupational lung disease and sleep apnea can also be treated by Dr. Mool Chand Gupta.


MD - Pulmonary - GSVM Medical College Kanpur - 1978
DTCD - GSVM Medical College Kanpur - 1976
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Mera beta jo 10 years ka hai use bachpan se asthma ki shikayat hai mausam thanda hote hi khasi seene me cough aur Bhari saase chalne lagti doctors nebulizer aur syrup dete hai AAP koi accha syrup aur nebulizer tube bataiye pls,

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Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Mera beta jo 10 years ka hai use bachpan se asthma ki shikayat hai mausam thanda hote hi khasi seene me cough aur Bha...
Can be asthma. May need PFT to confirm and treatment and need regular inhalation with spacer of asthma medicine.
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Dear Doctor, I am 30 year old female, I am having recently eosinophilic asthma, I had Urticaria allergy since 2014 for that I am treated with Allegra 180 mg, now there is no of Urticaria, but my problem is severe wheezing when I exposed to chilled wind weather and Green leaves. It makes my wheezing very worst, and feel heavy shortness of breath, some times kapha, skin rashes while wheezing occurs. I didn't have eosinophilic asthma before. Now I have been treated with Banocide forte, Defcort, and Albutamol and Ambrekoff for my cough since a month as my AEC was 750, and eosinophil was 7% other than this my CBC counts and Chest X-ray were normal including all the findings of USG normal. But my Serum Calcium level is 8.1, due to which I am getting severe, lower back, both the knees, elbows and chest pain towards left. My ECG, Echo, and 24 hr holter are all normal. I am taking shelcal HD 500 once a day and weekly once Vit-D3 tablet, but there is no use, day by day my knee pain, chest pain and lower back pain increasing rapidly, I do not have any liver disease issue, but had, kidney stones 3 years ago and got lithotripsy done, now there is no kidney stones recurrence as per USG scan. But have PCOD problem for that taking Glycomet 500 mg once a day after my meal, as I am now diagnosed with pre-diabetes since 6 months. I was 80 kg before 60 months, now reduced upto 74 kg as I am doing strict diet with brisk walk every day. How shall recently I have got this disease, please give a proper medication to my problem. I suspect that I am developing osteoarthritis due to my calcium deficiency so I am getting eosinophilic asthma and chest pain. My water intake min. 2 ltr everyday, please treat me with a proper medication doctor. Thank you very much.

MD - Pulmonary, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Dear Doctor, I am 30 year old female, I am having recently eosinophilic asthma, I had Urticaria allergy since 2014 fo...
Reduce weight. PFT to confirm asthma. No role of banocide for asthma. Start LABA and ICS combination by inhalation with spacer for asthma.
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Hello, Before few years I had genital tuberculosis but after 6 months treatment I was feeling completely well. Nowadays I am feeling pain in my right lower abdomen and a slow fever also. My tb Feron blood test report and mantoux test reports are now positive. Then what does it mean? Is it tuberculosis again?

MD - Pulmonary, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
These both tests will be positive through out your life Record fever, weight and appetide and get ultrasound and haemogram done to know cause.
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Dermatitis: Most Common Causes You Need To Know

MD - Pulmonary, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Dermatitis: Most Common Causes You Need To Know

Skin allergy is one of the most common complaints in the general population. While the skin has an overall protective function, it also comes in contact with multiple chemicals and substances including pollen, animal dander, environmental pollutants, various metals that might irritate the skin.

When the body comes in touch with any of these, it produces what is known as histamines. Excessive histamines can cause the liquid portion of the cells (plasma) to escape, causing swelling, redness, and itching. This can happen due to either of the two reasons:

  • Contact dermatitis, wherein the skin comes in touch with an irritant. This could be animal dander, detergents, laundry products, soaps, etc.
  • It could also be due to eating some allergy-inducing substances like eggs, chocolates, milk, peanuts, etc.

Most common causes of contact dermatitis are listed below:

  • Metals like nickel, which are used extensively in artificial jewelry
  • Latex which could be used in kitchen and bathroom gloves
  • Toiletries including soaps, creams, lotions, scrubs
  • Laundry and toilet cleaning products
  • After the first contact, it could take up to a week to 10 days for the symptoms to manifest

Testing for allergy: It is not easy to pin down the exact cause of the allergic reaction. Skin tests are done usually by exclusion, wherein the most likely causative agents are tested to see if they produce an allergic response. Once detected, the patient is advised to avoid contact or use of that particular agent. Patch test is done where the suspected allergy-causing agent is applied on the skin to see if it indeed causes an allergic reaction.

Management: Skin allergies are treated by a combination of topical and systemic therapy, both immediate and long-term.

When an allergy has actually happened, then the following needs to be done?

  1. Keep the area moisturized
  2. Avoid itching
  3. Apply a topical antihistamine agent
  4. Keep it free of metal or any other objects
  5. Avoid tight clothing, so that air circulation can help in healing
  6. Oatmeal powder helps in getting rid of the itching
  7. Use cool compresses to control the inflammation
  8. Use calamine and hydrocortisone creams
  9. Keep yourself hydrated
  10. Take systemic antihistamine if required to bring down the allergy response
  11. Once the causative agent is identified, it should be avoided.
  12. It is not easy to identify the allergen, but keeping a dairy whenever there is an allergic reaction helps. Look back to see what products or chemicals you came in touch with or used recently and by excluding some, the cause can be identified.
  13. If you are prone to skin allergies, always carry an antihistamine and also topical anti-allergy cream to manage the allergy.
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Hello, How can TB be cured? How can we treat malaria patients? How can we prevent child?

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Pulmonologist, Faridabad
TB can be cured with effective medication. Mlaria with anti malarial drugs depending upon malaria strain. Child birth can be prevented by using any birth control measure.
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