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Dr. Prashant Chhajed  - Pulmonologist, Mumbai

Dr. Prashant Chhajed

MD, PD, Fellow, Thoracic Medicine & Lung Transplant, Fellow, Departments of R...

Pulmonologist, Mumbai

23 Years Experience  ·  1500 at clinic
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Dr. Prashant Chhajed MD, PD, Fellow, Thoracic Medicine & Lung Transplant, Fell... Pulmonologist, Mumbai
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Graduate and post graduate. Guide/Mentor for doctorate thesis (MD), University of Basel, SWITZERLAND...more
Graduate and post graduate. Guide/Mentor for doctorate thesis (MD), University of Basel, SWITZERLAND
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Dr. Prashant Chhajed is one of the best Pulmonologists in Bandra West, Mumbai. He has helped numerous patients in his 21 years of experience as a Pulmonologist. He is a qualified MD, PD, Fellow, Thoracic Medicine & Lung Transplant, Fellow, Departments of Respiratory Medicine, Statistical Methods Course, FCCP, Sleep Technology Course. He is currently practising at Lilavati Hospital in Bandra West, Mumbai. Don?t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Prashant Chhajed on Lybrate.com.

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MD - University of Mumbai, - 1996
PD - University Hospital Basel, Switzerland, - 2007
Fellow, Thoracic Medicine & Lung Transplant - St. Vincent?s Hospital, Sydney, AUSTRALIA - 1998
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Fellow, Departments of Respiratory Medicine - St. Vincent?s Hospital , Sydney, AUSTRALIA - 1996
Statistical Methods Course - University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia - 2002
FCCP - American College of Chest Physicians, USA - 2001
Sleep Technology Course - University of Sydney & Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Australia - 1998
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Hindi

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A/405, Santacruz Sangam Soc, S V Road, Santacruz WestMumbai Get Directions
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Sir. I am addicted to smoke too much. And Now I am suffering from cold and cough ver much. .so sir what can I do now?

MBBS, DPM
Psychiatrist, Bangalore
Sir. I am addicted to smoke too much. And Now I am suffering from cold and cough ver much. .so sir what can I do now?
Dear lybrate-user, Please try to stop smoking at the earliest. It has many health benefits in the long run. When you stop suddenly, you may get withdrawal symptoms like restlessness, irritability, lack of concentration, increased hunger, sleep disturbance, headache, impatience, anxiety, depression, etc. If you have them please don’t get back to smoking, take nicotine gum or lozenge or patch. They are available in all medical shops. You don’t need a prescription from doctors. Use 2 mg gum if you smoke less than 25 cigarettes/day. Use 4 mg gum if you smoke more than 25 cigarettes/day. First 6 weeks, use 1 gum every 1 – 2 hours. Reduce it in week 7 – 9 to one gum every 2 – 4 hours. In week 10 – 12, reduce it further to 1 gum every 4 -8 hours. By 3 months, you will be able to stop both cigarettes and gum fully without any withdrawal symptoms. Please feel confident that you can do it and give yourself some gift for doing it like vacation or books or new mobile. Smoking is a chronic relapsing condition like diabetes and B.P. So please don’t worry if you restart smoking. Start all over again to stop. You will learn the situations that make you smoke and avoid them. Please think of health benefits and money saved often. Plan how to avoid relapsing situations, like smoking friends, along with alcohol, stressful feeling or depression. Delay, drink, deep breathe, distract and discuss are the helpful tips. Increase of non smoking zones, gift yourself for stopping smoking. Even chewing cinnamon may delay. Please remember that the urge to smoke comes and goes like waves. Delay and see whether it goes away. It will like a passing cloud. All the best.
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I have C T. Scan report which is below please clarify me what will I do *few, tiny calcified nodular opacities in right upper lobe and in right lower lobe suggest possibilities of old granuloma*mild bronchial infective lung changes noted in left lingula*prominent broncho-vascular mark in noted in both lung fields, more on lower lobes.please advice .

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
It shows that earlier in life you had some infection and ( may be TB ) and the affected lung is calcified and increased bronchovascular markings my be due to smoking . YOu need not worry if there is no other symptoms

I have a recurrent tonsillitis This is 2nd time in a month. Please guide me what would I do its paining so much. Couldn't even able to swallow anything.

MS- ENT
ENT Specialist, Jaipur
u should use proper medicine to treat infection at present. to avoid recurrence dont use cold n sour stuff. avoid cold enviorment....
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What are the symptoms of asthma? Which food we have to take? How should loss the weight.

B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition, CAFE, MMM, M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition, Nutrition Certification, PGCDE, PhD
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Kolkata
What are the symptoms of asthma? Which food we have to take?
How should loss the weight.
Hi welcome - You can consume more citrus fruits , fermented foods including south Indian khatta home made foods, apart from that add carrots, carrot juice, black berries, green grapes, AVOID ALL HIGH FATS, CREAM, SUGAR RICH OR SALTED FOODS.
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What medications are best for the treatment of asthma? What are their side effects?

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
Hi. Bronchitis/ Asthma can be treated with homoeopathic medicines completely, only need to be regular with the medication and avoid those foods/ things to which you are allergic to for sometime. Keep taking your already on going medication, reduce it gradually and slowly once homoeopathic starts acting. Take Bakson's Astha-Aid drops/ 10-15 drops in 1/2 cup water/ thrice d day for 1 month. Report me back after a month.
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How Air Pollution Can Cause Cancer?

MD - Radiothrapy, MBBS
Oncologist, Pune
How Air Pollution Can Cause Cancer?

Cancer today is not as rare as it once was. Today, cancer affects the young and old alike. One of the reasons for this is the pollution in particular air and water pollution that we are exposed to on daily basis.
The air we breathe in today is a mixture of smoke, particulate matter and noxious gases that causes great harm to our bodies. Amongst these, particulate matter that is smaller than 2.5 millionths of a metre is the worst.

These particle matters are emitted into the air from car exhausts, industrial exhausts, coal fires, wood stoves etc. While the body’s natural defences help keep larger particle matter out of the system by sneezing or coughing it out, smaller particle matter enters the body easily. These then get trapped in the lungs and enter the bloodstream. Particle matter has in particular been linked to increasing number of lung cancer cases. Apart from lung cancer, coal tar particle matter has been linked to bladder cancer, soot to oesophageal cancer and benzene and other pesticides to leukaemia.

Radon is another source of air pollution that is emitted from the ground. In some cases, radon can also be emitted through the water. As this gas decays, it releases tiny particles that when inhaled bombard the lung cells with radiation that can cause radiation. Smoking can worsen this effect and increase a person’s risk of suffering from lung cancer. Both first-hand and second-hand smoking have also been linked to breast cancer. Apart from trying to reduce emissions to lower air pollution, it is also important to clean filets of air conditions, etc. regularly to lower indoor air pollution. Preventing the smoking of tobacco in public spaces can also help improve air quality.

All pollutants emitted by us eventually find their way into the water we drink. Even if you are not drinking contaminated water, merely, showering or swimming in contaminated water can make your body more vulnerable to the carcinogens in it. Common water pollutants include arsenic, hazardous waste, animal waste, radon, chemicals and asbestos. Drinking water with concentrated amounts of arsenic has been linked to cancer of the lungs, liver, kidney and bladder while the chlorine used to treat drinking water increases the risk of bladder and rectal cancer.

To reduce the risks of cancer caused by polluted water, it is essential to reduce disinfectant by products by keeping water treatment facilities updated and promote green chemistry and alternative assessments to reduce pollution as a whole. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Oncologist.

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I have tuberculosis from 2years l feel like my weight losing no energy blooding from mucus and causing want can I do? Please help me.

PGDD, RD, Bachelor of Home Science
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Hye, Thanks for the query. Being underweight can be a concern if it's the result of poor nutrition due to to tuberculosis. Here are some healthy ways to gain weight and take in good nutrients. Eat more frequently. When you're underweight, you may feel full faster. Eat five to six smaller meals during the day rather than two or three large meals.Choose nutrient-rich foods. As part of an overall healthy diet, choose whole-grain breads, rice and cereals; fruits and vegetables; dairy products; lean protein sources; and nuts. Don't fill up on diet soda, coffee and other drinks with few calories and little nutritional value. Instead, drink smoothies or healthy shakes. Snack on nuts, dried fruits and fresh fruits like banana, pomegranate. Be mindful of excess sugar and fat. If sweets are taken, they should be healthy and provide nutrients in addition to calories. Sheera, lassi and peanut chikki are good choices. A supplement might be needed, but remember supplements will effect only if diet is better. So, start with improving your diet.
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