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Asthma, the long-term inflammatory disease, affects the airways of the lungs. A number of symptom...

Asthma, the long-term inflammatory disease, affects the airways of the lungs. A number of symptoms, including obstruction of air flow into the lungs which can cause breathlessness, coughing, wheezing, allergic reactions and swelling of the tubes, points to it.

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Hello,<br/><br/>My dear friends. My name is Dr. Sumit Wadhwa. I am a consultant pulmonologist and...

Hello,

My dear friends. My name is Dr. Sumit Wadhwa. I am a consultant pulmonologist and internal medicine practicing in Gurgaon. Today we will be discussing an important topic of air pollution. Air pollution is common cause of disease and disability globally and health effects range from increased hospital emergency visits to hospital admissions to increased risk of premature death. An estimated 4.2 million deaths occur globally related to air pollution mainly caused by cardiovascular diseases, respiratory diseases, lung cancer, increased risk of lower respiratory tract infections that was recorded by WHO in 2016. Air pollution worldwide air pollution also accounts for around 29% of the total deaths due to lung cancer, 17% of total deaths due to lower respiratory tract infections, 24% of total deaths due to stroke, 25% of total deaths due to cardiovascular diseases and 43% of deaths due to chronic lung conditions like COPD. Major pollutants that affect the public health include ground-level ozone, particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide and carbon monoxide. Among this particulate matter especially size 2.5 microns and less can enter deep into your lungs and enter the circulation causing brain, lungs and heart impacts. How can we measure lung pa air pollution is by the air quality index.

Air quality index is a measure of the condition of your condition of the air relative to what is required for the basic human health. It can range from 0 sta stating a good air good health good air quality to more than 300 which is hazardous for human health. So, air quality index can be basically categorized into 6 subgroups, with each has its specific colour coding. Now, coming to it green colour codes for a good hair air quality and for the general public including all groups. Coming to the next is yellow, which is moderate air quality which is people with unusual people who are unusually sensitive are usually affected and are advised to reduce their heavy exertions during this period. Next comes the orange which is unhealthy air for sensitive groups which include people with asthma, people with chronic heart diseases, elderly people, children less than 14 years; these are basically advised to reduce their outdoor activities specially prolonged and heavy exertions outdoors. Normal general people are also advised to take caution. People with asthma are advised to keep their ready use inhalers handy, quick use inhalers handy.

People with heart disease specially those having symptoms of palpitations, unusual shortness of breath and fatigue are advised to consult with their physicians. Next comes is the category is red which is unhealthy air for all the populations. People who are usually belonging to the sensitive group are advised to take precautions, avoid outdoor activities and prolonged and heavy exertions. People with general population are also required to take care. Next comes severe unhealthy, which is the magenta group. The air quality index range is from 201 to 300. All groups are usually involved in this and people with sensitive groups are in fact advised to limit their outdoor activities, stay indoors and people from the general population are advised to take precautions and avoid reducing their prolonged and heavy exertion specially outdoors. Next comes the hazardous, the last is the hazardous group which is the maroon group and all people of groups are advised to avoid any outdoor activities.

People from the sensitive groups are also advised to stay most of the time indoors and also limit their activity levels. Health effects of air pollution affect the physical and the psychological well-being as well as can also involve organs and bodily functions can be harmed including the respiratory system, the cardiovascular system, headache, fatigue, anxiety, irritation to throat, nose and eyes, involvement damage to the reproductive organs, involvement of liver, spleen and blood in long term exposure and damage to central nervous system. Now, the vulnerable populations for these effects include people with chronic heart disease such as coronary heart disease and heart failure, people with chronic lung conditions like COPD, asthma, older adults more than 65 years of age, children less than 14 years of age, outdoor workers, pregnant women and athletes who exercise outdoors vigorously.

Now, the major sources of important pollutants like ground level ozone which is formed mainly by mixture of volatile organic compounds with nitrates in presence of Sun's UV rays and it is a main component of air pollution especially during summers and late afternoon and evenings. The main sources of vehicular emission and agricultural and industrial equipment. Next comes the particulate matter which is a complex of soot, smog, tar, dust, nitrates and water and which is mainly formed by smoke fires and this specially the PM 2.5 enters deep into your lungs and circulation and causes major impacts on the respiratory system, lung, brain and heart. Coming to the measures we should take to reduce the effects of air pollution. We should stay alert, daily look for your local channels, the weather forecast and air quality indicators and plan your activities accordingly. Stay indoors specially when the air quality index is poor.

Use of air conditioning system specially on the recirculation mode, play indoors and avoid exposure avoid heavy prolonged exercises specially when the AQI is poor. It is mainly advised for people with chronic heart diseases and lung diseases to keep a good stock of medicines and people with asthma to have asthma action plan ready, to consult your physician in case of worsening of symptoms and cutting down on driving, use of carpooling, plant more green trees in and around your house which purify the air. Then, reduce use of crackers specially during festivals. Arrange for suitable methods of disposal of agricultural wastes. Use of good quality air pollution masks specially when outdoors with air quality is poor. It's desirable.

Thanks!

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Outdoor and Indoor Triggers of Asthma

Good evening friends, my name is Dr Sumit Wadhwa I am a consultant internal and pulmonary medicine at Global Health Experts, Gurgaon. We treat many patients with chest conditions like asthma from diagnosis treatment to patient education, today's topic bronchial asthma. Asthma is the chronic condition of the lung that can be managed but not cure, it usually affects the average of the lungs resulting, causing narrowing and may resulting in wheezing and chest congestion. During breathing the airway air goes through the nose into the upper airway and to the windpipe which branches into the bronchite to reach the lungs. In asthma, the airways become oversensitive so that they can easily irritate by certain triggers called as asthmatic triggers most people with asthma are described as atopic that means they have an allergic-type reaction on exposure to these triggers. These triggers for asthma attack will be different for everyone common outdoor triggers are pollen, smoke cold weather and pollution, common indoor triggers for asthma our house mite, cockroach mold and pet dander. However, some people from asthma may also have attacks on excess exposure to excessive stress laughter, emotional attacks and during certain viral infection asthma triggers causes the airway to narrow and the muscles to contract to result in wheezing when the airway when the air passes through these narrow passages. Mucus production also occurs from the lining of the airways resulting in further narrowing and making breathing difficult. These may result in persistence and producing symptoms of an asthma attack that may be mild moderate or severe requiring hospitalization. The narrowing of these airways is usually reversible when the exposure to trigger is removed and inflammation is treated medically. Now prevention of, a prevalence of asthma is increasing worldwide due to increasing pollution, changing lifestyles and excessive hygienic conditions. Test done for diagnosis of asthma include Spirometry which is usually a permanent function test using assesses the severity of abstraction and hence the severity of disease, blood test charges suggestive of asthma include eosinophilia, chest x-ray is usually normal in asthma but is done to rule out other conditions if there is a doubt and it detection of certain triggers such as houses dust mite and pollen is done by skin prick test. Management of asthma includes the goals of the treatment are to decrease, prevent recurrent asthma attacks which may lead to permanent damage to the airways raising to persisting symptoms. Medications used for asthma include inhalers which maybe controller or rescue medications, regular rule use of controller medications containing long-acting anti-inflammatory agents reduce the inflammation of the airways making them blood sensitive to these triggers. Using inhalers with correct technique and results in best outcome and reduce the medication course, we may also advise the patient regarding their triggers and to avoid these triggers. Immunotherapy measures are provided to certain patients to make them hypo or desensitized the patient to the triggers of asthma. Thank you for the patient listening.

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Dr. Sumit Wadhwa is a reputed practitioner, based at Gurgaon, India. He carries an extensive experience of 11 years and carries an MBBS degree along with Diploma in Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases (DTCD), DNB (General Medicine). Being an Integrated Medicine Specialist, Dr. Sumit Wadhwa has been treating patients for Diabetes, Infectious Diseases, Chest allergies and more. He is among the best rated doctors in Sector 23, Gurgaon and holds an overall rating of 84%. For his in-depth knowledge and assistance to patients throughout their treatment, he holds a great rapport among everyone. His friendly nature helps patients open up and discuss their problems in detail because of which he is always able to provide the best cure to one and all. He can be reached at Global Health Xperts ? A Multi Specialty Clinic in Sector 23, Gurgaon between 7 am to 9 am and 6 pm to 9 pm from Monday to Saturday. His consultation charges are only Rs. 400 and one can book online appointments too at only Rs. 200. He graduated from Kasturba Medical College ? Manipal, in year 2005 after which he joined DTCD - UPCL, Delhi University. He further studied DNB (General Medicine) from St. Stephen?s Hospital ? Delhi. He is well-equipped with latest tools and and health care technologies and has always given his 100% in treating patients. He has got a very high success ratio of curing people?s diseases and eliminating the root cause. In only 11 years of his professional journey, he has achieved several milestones. He is an esteemed member of Association of Physicians of India, Indian Chest Society, RSSDI etc.

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DNB (General Medicine) - St.Stephen's Hospital - Delhi - 2011
Diploma In Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases (DTCD) - UPCI, Delhi University - 2007
MBBS - Kasturba Medical College - Manipal - 2005
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Indian Chest Society
Research Society For The Study of Diabetes In India (RSSDI)
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Asthma And Pregnancy

DNB (General Medicine), Diploma In Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases (DTCD), MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
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Asthma, the long-term inflammatory disease, affects the airways of the lungs. A number of symptoms, including obstruction of air flow into the lungs which can cause breathlessness, coughing, wheezing, allergic reactions and swelling of the tubes, points to it.

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Air Pollution

DNB (General Medicine), Diploma In Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases (DTCD), MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
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Hello,

My dear friends. My name is Dr. Sumit Wadhwa. I am a consultant pulmonologist and internal medicine practicing in Gurgaon. Today we will be discussing an important topic of air pollution. Air pollution is common cause of disease and disability globally and health effects range from increased hospital emergency visits to hospital admissions to increased risk of premature death. An estimated 4.2 million deaths occur globally related to air pollution mainly caused by cardiovascular diseases, respiratory diseases, lung cancer, increased risk of lower respiratory tract infections that was recorded by WHO in 2016. Air pollution worldwide air pollution also accounts for around 29% of the total deaths due to lung cancer, 17% of total deaths due to lower respiratory tract infections, 24% of total deaths due to stroke, 25% of total deaths due to cardiovascular diseases and 43% of deaths due to chronic lung conditions like COPD. Major pollutants that affect the public health include ground-level ozone, particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide and carbon monoxide. Among this particulate matter especially size 2.5 microns and less can enter deep into your lungs and enter the circulation causing brain, lungs and heart impacts. How can we measure lung pa air pollution is by the air quality index.

Air quality index is a measure of the condition of your condition of the air relative to what is required for the basic human health. It can range from 0 sta stating a good air good health good air quality to more than 300 which is hazardous for human health. So, air quality index can be basically categorized into 6 subgroups, with each has its specific colour coding. Now, coming to it green colour codes for a good hair air quality and for the general public including all groups. Coming to the next is yellow, which is moderate air quality which is people with unusual people who are unusually sensitive are usually affected and are advised to reduce their heavy exertions during this period. Next comes the orange which is unhealthy air for sensitive groups which include people with asthma, people with chronic heart diseases, elderly people, children less than 14 years; these are basically advised to reduce their outdoor activities specially prolonged and heavy exertions outdoors. Normal general people are also advised to take caution. People with asthma are advised to keep their ready use inhalers handy, quick use inhalers handy.

People with heart disease specially those having symptoms of palpitations, unusual shortness of breath and fatigue are advised to consult with their physicians. Next comes is the category is red which is unhealthy air for all the populations. People who are usually belonging to the sensitive group are advised to take precautions, avoid outdoor activities and prolonged and heavy exertions. People with general population are also required to take care. Next comes severe unhealthy, which is the magenta group. The air quality index range is from 201 to 300. All groups are usually involved in this and people with sensitive groups are in fact advised to limit their outdoor activities, stay indoors and people from the general population are advised to take precautions and avoid reducing their prolonged and heavy exertion specially outdoors. Next comes the hazardous, the last is the hazardous group which is the maroon group and all people of groups are advised to avoid any outdoor activities.

People from the sensitive groups are also advised to stay most of the time indoors and also limit their activity levels. Health effects of air pollution affect the physical and the psychological well-being as well as can also involve organs and bodily functions can be harmed including the respiratory system, the cardiovascular system, headache, fatigue, anxiety, irritation to throat, nose and eyes, involvement damage to the reproductive organs, involvement of liver, spleen and blood in long term exposure and damage to central nervous system. Now, the vulnerable populations for these effects include people with chronic heart disease such as coronary heart disease and heart failure, people with chronic lung conditions like COPD, asthma, older adults more than 65 years of age, children less than 14 years of age, outdoor workers, pregnant women and athletes who exercise outdoors vigorously.

Now, the major sources of important pollutants like ground level ozone which is formed mainly by mixture of volatile organic compounds with nitrates in presence of Sun's UV rays and it is a main component of air pollution especially during summers and late afternoon and evenings. The main sources of vehicular emission and agricultural and industrial equipment. Next comes the particulate matter which is a complex of soot, smog, tar, dust, nitrates and water and which is mainly formed by smoke fires and this specially the PM 2.5 enters deep into your lungs and circulation and causes major impacts on the respiratory system, lung, brain and heart. Coming to the measures we should take to reduce the effects of air pollution. We should stay alert, daily look for your local channels, the weather forecast and air quality indicators and plan your activities accordingly. Stay indoors specially when the air quality index is poor.

Use of air conditioning system specially on the recirculation mode, play indoors and avoid exposure avoid heavy prolonged exercises specially when the AQI is poor. It is mainly advised for people with chronic heart diseases and lung diseases to keep a good stock of medicines and people with asthma to have asthma action plan ready, to consult your physician in case of worsening of symptoms and cutting down on driving, use of carpooling, plant more green trees in and around your house which purify the air. Then, reduce use of crackers specially during festivals. Arrange for suitable methods of disposal of agricultural wastes. Use of good quality air pollution masks specially when outdoors with air quality is poor. It's desirable.

Thanks!

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Asthma (Bronchial Asthma)

DNB (General Medicine), Diploma In Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases (DTCD), MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
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Good evening friends, my name is Dr Sumit Wadhwa I am a consultant internal and pulmonary medicine at Global Health Experts, Gurgaon. We treat many patients with chest conditions like asthma from diagnosis treatment to patient education, today's topic bronchial asthma. Asthma is the chronic condition of the lung that can be managed but not cure, it usually affects the average of the lungs resulting, causing narrowing and may resulting in wheezing and chest congestion. During breathing the airway air goes through the nose into the upper airway and to the windpipe which branches into the bronchite to reach the lungs. In asthma, the airways become oversensitive so that they can easily irritate by certain triggers called as asthmatic triggers most people with asthma are described as atopic that means they have an allergic-type reaction on exposure to these triggers. These triggers for asthma attack will be different for everyone common outdoor triggers are pollen, smoke cold weather and pollution, common indoor triggers for asthma our house mite, cockroach mold and pet dander. However, some people from asthma may also have attacks on excess exposure to excessive stress laughter, emotional attacks and during certain viral infection asthma triggers causes the airway to narrow and the muscles to contract to result in wheezing when the airway when the air passes through these narrow passages. Mucus production also occurs from the lining of the airways resulting in further narrowing and making breathing difficult. These may result in persistence and producing symptoms of an asthma attack that may be mild moderate or severe requiring hospitalization. The narrowing of these airways is usually reversible when the exposure to trigger is removed and inflammation is treated medically. Now prevention of, a prevalence of asthma is increasing worldwide due to increasing pollution, changing lifestyles and excessive hygienic conditions. Test done for diagnosis of asthma include Spirometry which is usually a permanent function test using assesses the severity of abstraction and hence the severity of disease, blood test charges suggestive of asthma include eosinophilia, chest x-ray is usually normal in asthma but is done to rule out other conditions if there is a doubt and it detection of certain triggers such as houses dust mite and pollen is done by skin prick test. Management of asthma includes the goals of the treatment are to decrease, prevent recurrent asthma attacks which may lead to permanent damage to the airways raising to persisting symptoms. Medications used for asthma include inhalers which maybe controller or rescue medications, regular rule use of controller medications containing long-acting anti-inflammatory agents reduce the inflammation of the airways making them blood sensitive to these triggers. Using inhalers with correct technique and results in best outcome and reduce the medication course, we may also advise the patient regarding their triggers and to avoid these triggers. Immunotherapy measures are provided to certain patients to make them hypo or desensitized the patient to the triggers of asthma. Thank you for the patient listening.

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10 Ways You Can Control Asthma!

DNB (General Medicine), Diploma In Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases (DTCD), MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
10 Ways You Can Control Asthma!

You must not let the cold and dry air worsen your asthma symptoms. The air that blows during winter time greatly affects people with sinus and respiratory troubles, and all these factors contribute towards worsening asthma attacks. But thankfully, there are a few tips that can be followed to curb down asthma and enjoy a lovely winter.

  1. Washing your hands: Doing this frequently with soap and water is one of the easiest and most effective ways of avoiding the spread of cold and other diseases. You must also inculcate this habit among your children, and when you are outside, you should practice using a hand sanitiser and sanitising wipes.
  2. Getting a flu shot: The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advises that all people over the age of 6 months should get their dose of the annual flu shot for protecting themselves against the flu virus. This will help keep your asthma in check.
  3. Avoid sitting by the fireplace: Though it sounds cozy, you should refrain from sitting by the fireside if you have asthma. Burning wood is quite similar to burning tobacco and it can irritate your lungs to a great extent.
  4. Keeping your mouth closed: Though most people are taught this since they were children, they tend to forget it or ignore it. Keeping the mouth opened is more than a social disgrace, and it even affects your lungs adversely. You can wear a scarf for covering up the nose and mouth as it would help in making the air you breathe warm.
  5. Replacing filters: The heating system of your home may be blowing out dust and debris throughout the house, particularly when you operate it after a long time in winter. Therefore, it is imperative to clean and check the condition of the filters and replace it if necessary.
  6. Exercising indoors: The days when it is bitterly cold outside, it is recommended to exercise indoors in a fitness club or a gym instead of a doing it in the open air.
  7. Warming up before exercising: People who are affected with asthma are able to recover faster and have a greater lung function after working out when they are warmed up. Therefore, you should try to warm up for at least 15 minutes before exercising.
  8. Preventing asthma flares: Before you head outside, take a dose of your asthma medication and your inhaler as these will help in opening the airways and give you the necessary protection.
  9. Having an asthma action plan: Regardless of whether it is summer or winter, you should be aware of what you should be doing in times when the symptoms flare-up.
  10. Taking your medications: Finally, you should work with your doctor towards understanding the cause and symptoms of your asthma conditions and follow his recommendations closely to avoid recurrence of such problems.

With all these tips, you can expect to spend a happy winter. But if anything goes wrong, seek medical assistance immediately. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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My fasting sugar 130 mg &pp 200 mg consuming glycomet sr500 1 tab after breakfast &1/2 at night. Is dose ok?

DNB (General Medicine), Diploma In Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases (DTCD), MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
My fasting sugar 130 mg &pp 200 mg consuming glycomet sr500 1 tab after breakfast &1/2 at night. Is dose ok?
Dear sir as per guidelines for adequate control of diabetes target for fasting sugar is between 80-130 and ppbs is less than 180 along with Hba1c of less than 7. You may please reconfirm your dosage of glycomet whether it is 500 mg or 850 MG and check your Hba1c levels. Thanks.

I am suffering from chest pain last 5 days due to dry cough my x-ray report showing nothing according to doc for further investigation whom should I consult I feel really pain when snitching or any cold whenever I take long deep breath it's paining in regular breath it's ok doc prescribed be pain killer and some anti biotic and cold medicine I am regular smoker as well but last 5 days before I quit smoking could you please advice.

DNB (General Medicine), Diploma In Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases (DTCD), MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
I am suffering from chest pain last 5 days due to dry cough my x-ray report showing nothing according to doc for furt...
Dear sir you may be having pain due to inflammation of pleura ie the lung covering. You may continue with pain killer if there is relief after that. You can have hot water bag application locally along with some gel. Simultaneously you should stop smoking and consult with a pulmonologist for further evaluation if you still have cough and breathing difficulty Thanks.
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Im suffering left upper chest pain and breathing problem shortness of breath any time since 10 years I consult lot of Dr. but no use no body can recognize my problem yesterday I have chest x ray it was healthy and normal my Dr. says but still im suffering pls help me.

DNB (General Medicine), Diploma In Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases (DTCD), MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
Im suffering left upper chest pain and breathing problem shortness of breath any time since 10 years I consult lot of...
Dear madam your symptoms May be due to allergic bronchitis. If you have episodic pain with breathing difficulty along with wheezing You may consult with a pulmonologist for further evaluation and management Thanks.

I am 38 years old and I am diabetic from 6 years I am looking my weight I am using endoglim m2.

DNB (General Medicine), Diploma In Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases (DTCD), MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
I am 38 years old and I am diabetic from 6 years I am looking my weight I am using endoglim m2.
Dear sir weight loss in diabetes may be due to poor diabetes control or irregular diet along with protein deficiency. You may consult with a endocrinologist for further evaluation and management Thanks.

My father age is 65. Lately he have discovered diabetes. He have been taking the following from last 2 years not regularly though. ScodiaSR500 and Envas 5.My father has lost 5-7 kgs from last year. Kindly suggest what should be done for his well being.

DNB (General Medicine), Diploma In Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases (DTCD), MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
My father age is 65. Lately he have discovered diabetes. He have been taking the following from last 2 years not regu...
Dear sir, you may require to undergo blood test like fasting and post meal sugars along with Hba1c for evaluation of diabetes control. Besides you should have Small frequent meals and avoid sugars and fats Have plenty of fluids and fruits Have daily exercise regimen Thanks.

I was diagnosed with jaundice in September 2017. I did a blood test and got biliburin level 0.79 some days ago. After that I am on regular food (homemade) and I avoid outside food. But I am experiencing some kind of pain or stress in my right portion of stomach. Why this so.

DNB (General Medicine), Diploma In Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases (DTCD), MBBS
Internal Medicine Specialist, Gurgaon
Dear sir, Post viral hepatitis you may have symptoms of nausea and gastritis that may last for few months. You may have plenty of fluids and fruits and vegetables Have Small frequent meals and avoid spicy and oily food Have daily exercise regimen You may consult with a gastro enterologist for further evaluation Thanks.
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