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Dr. Sushil Kumar Upadhyay  - Pulmonologist, Ghaziabad

Dr. Sushil Kumar Upadhyay

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MD - TB & Chest

Pulmonologist, Ghaziabad

18 Years Experience  ·  500 - 800 at clinic
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Dr. Sushil Kumar Upadhyay 87% (31 ratings) MD - TB & Chest Pulmonologist, Ghaziabad
18 Years Experience  ·  500 - 800 at clinic
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My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Dr. Sushil Kumar Upadhyay is an experienced Pulmonologist in Indirapuram, Ghaziabad. He has had many happy patients in his 16 years of journey as a Pulmonologist. He is a qualified MD - TB & Chest. You can visit him at Dr Sushil Kumar Upadhyay in Indirapuram, Ghaziabad. Book an appointment online with Dr. Sushil Kumar Upadhyay and consult privately on has a nexus of the most experienced Pulmonologists in India. You will find Pulmonologists with more than 38 years of experience on You can find Pulmonologists online in Ghaziabad and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


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Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine
Indian association of bronchology
Ntional college of Chest Physicians
Eropean Society of Intensive Care Medicine
Critical Care Education Foundation(AUS)
IMA West Ghaziabad


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My husband diagnosed with T. B and accelerated B. P. One year ago. Now his report is OK. But he started to take alcohol daily. After taking alcohol his face become red. Advise me.

Psychiatrist, Bangalore
Dear Anju, Alcohol acts on blood vessels. So face becoming red is okay. But motivate him to stop taking alcohol. Tell him to take help if he can not try by himself. There are good drugs for withdrawal symptoms and also for reducing the craving for alcohol.
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I have regular cough with yellowish sputum and sometimes blood also come so what problem I am facing?

PGDCC, MD(Chest), PG Dip.Clin.Cardiology
Pulmonologist, Ghaziabad
Make sure with the help of a doctor that you don't have tb. Although bronchitis and pneumonia can sometimes cause it.
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I have been taking TB medicine for the past 2 and half months and will be continued till six months. Can I take flu vaccine meantime?

Pulmonologist, Pune
Yes you can go ahead with flu vaccination along with tb medicines, provided you r not suffering with any other respiratory illness better you take opinion of your treating doc as well.
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I am suffering from sinusitis from last few years and its panic I have consulted many doctors but it is still not cure. please suggest some thing.

General Physician, Faridabad
its allergic problem,there is no permanent cure, 1tab sinarest before bed, steam inhalation. Wear mask to avoid dust, it will help. Thank you
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How many total number drugs is effective in mdr tb treatment if person os resistant to both rifampicin and isoniazid.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
M. tuberculosis strains with extensively drug resistant-TB (XDR-TB), that is resistant to either isoniazid or rifampicin (like MDR tuberculosis), any fluoroquinolone, and at least one of three second-line antituberculosis injectable drugs—i.e., capreomycin, kanamycin, and amikacin have also been reported
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Tuberculosis (TB) - What Are The Reasons Behind It?

Fellowship In Minimal Access Surgery, M.Ch - Cardio Thoracic & Vascular Surgery
Pulmonologist, Hyderabad
Tuberculosis (TB) - What Are The Reasons Behind It?

Although your body is already in possession of the bacteria leading to tuberculosis, your immune system is able to prevent you from becoming sick. Doctors have made a distinction between latent and active tuberculosis (TB). In case of latent TB, the bacteria in the body in a passive state and it causes no symptoms, and therefore it is not contagious. But, in the case of active TB, you would become sick and may even spread the disease to others. It can take place in the first few weeks or even after several months of being infected with TB bacteria.

What are the symptoms of active TB?
If you are coughing for over three weeks and sometimes even coughing up blood, it can be a sign of TB. Chest pain and pain while coughing and breathing along with fatigue, fever, chills and night sweat are the common symptoms of TB along with loss of appetite and unintentional weight loss. TB may even affect other organs of your body, including your brain, spine and kidneys. When TB takes place outside the lungs, then the signs of TB can vary as per the organs that are involved. For instance, TB in the spine can cause back pain and that in kidneys may cause blood in the urine.

What are the causes of TB?
TB is stemmed from a bacteria which spreads from individual to individual via the microscopic droplets that are released into the air. This may happen when an affected person is left untreated and he speaks or sneezes or coughs or laughs. Though the disease is contagious, it is not easy to be affected by it. As a result, you are much more likely to get affected with active tuberculosis from a person you live with or come in regular contact with, rather than a stranger. It is important to note here that people who are affected with TB and going through proper medications for over two weeks are no more contagious.

Right from the 1980s, the number of individuals affected with TB has increased dramatically, owing to the spread of HIV, which is the virus known for causing AIDS. A person infected with HIV has a weak immunity system as a result of which it becomes difficult for the body to deal with TB bacteria. So those who have AIDS are more likely to be affected with active TB and sometimes the latent form also progresses to an active one very quickly. Therefore, it is important to seek medical assistance and detect if you have any such health complications concerning TB.

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I am having cold and cough (sometimes dry cough) problem for long period of time. Can you please provide some idea to reduce this?

Homeopath, Trichy
Avoid sweets and intake of sweeteners, for some period, pepper with honey will reduce dry cough ,pranayama will reduce the intense of cold and cough avoid dosa (which contain protien) in night time it makes throat dry protein needs water to digest,
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When to go for ct pulmonary angiography? My Echo ecg are normal? What does pulmonary angiography looks for? Can it detect. Lesion and cancer of lungs?

MBBS, AIIMS new delhi , RGUHS,bangalore
Oncologist, Bangalore
Angiography is special CT scan. So lung Lesions can be detected by changing reconstruction algorithm. Needs more information to help you.
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i am suffering from Maxillary sinus sir I do not do not know about sir please explain and proscribe some medicine.

General Physician, Nashik
For your kind information paranasal sinuses are a group of four paired air-filled spaces that surround the 1. Nasal cavity i.e. cheek region (maxillary sinuses), 2. Above the eyes (frontal sinuses), 3. Between the eyes (ethmoidal sinuses), and 4. behind the ethmoids (sphenoidal sinuses). The sinuses are named for the facial bones in which they are located. Kindly revert for detailed assessment and treatment.
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