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Dr. Manish Sahu  - Pulmonologist, Noida

Dr. Manish Sahu

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MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine

Pulmonologist, Noida

8 Years Experience  ·  400 at clinic  ·  ₹250 online
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Hello Everyone!<br/><br/>This is Dr. Manish Sahu.I'm a pulmonologist. I am a generalphysician pra...

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This is Dr. Manish Sahu.I'm a pulmonologist. I am a generalphysician practicing in Sector 104 Noida and Sector 61Noida.

Aaj mein kuch baat aapko is video ke madhyam se kehna chahta hu especially being a chestspecialist main kuch respiratorydisease ke baare me aapko batana chahta hu jaise ki aapne suna hoga asthma Jise hindi me dama kehte hai.Ye bohot common misconception ki ye theek ho jata hai ya kabhi kabhi dawai leni padti hai. Mein aapko ye baat batana chahta hu ki jis tarah se diabetes andhypertension jisko sugar ki beemari or blood pressure ki beemari bolte hai isme aapko dawai puri jindgi leni padti hai aise hi asthama ka koi puri tarah se ilaz nahi hua. Aapko iski dawai leni padti hai, aapko isko control me rakhna padta hai. Issi tarah tuberculosis ke baare me ek baat mein aapko batana chahta hu. Generally logo ko lagta hai ki tuberculosis sirf lower class ke logo me paaya jata hai ya gareeb logo me paaya jata hai but esa kuch nahi hai. India me tuberculosis bhot jyda matra me paaya jata hai or ye kisi ko bhi ho sakta hai mein aap kisi ko bhi. Aur asal me ye sirf ek lower socioeconomic status me paya jata hai. Ye higher socioeconomicstatus me bhi paya jaata hai lekin there is one thing ki hum Delhi NCR area me rhte hai. Main aapko batana chahta hu ki aaj kal jo pollution levels hai yaha pe ye kafi dangerous hai or aapko pata bhi nahi hai ki ye aapke lungs ko kis tarah se effect karte hai. From past one and half year practicing in Noida and Delhi I can tell you about ki jin logo ki ye khasi ki beemari 5 din me theek ho jati thi ab ise theek hone me 10-15 din lagte hai. Theyneed more consultation, more money, moremedications and still they are nottotally relief. So these are the thingsthat is affecting our lungs, the pollution theparticular matters. So you have to takecare of that and you have to take somePrecautions. And then there is onetopic called sleep apnea jo aaj kal bhot jyada chl raha hai. Sleep apnea kya hai jab ham sote time kharate lete hai bohot to hamari neend kabhi kabhi beech me udti hai isme neend ke jyada tutne se hamare heart pe bhot jyada pressure padta hai or isme diabetes hone ki chances jyada hoti hai. Diabetes heart pe stroke hone ke chances jyada hote hai, cardiac disease hone ke chance jyada hote hai to ham sleep studies karke aaj kal dekh lete hai ki kiski sleep kitni hai uski remedies kitni hai.

Agar apki koi bhi query hai, agar aap consultation chahte hai to mera clinic Sector 104 me bhi hai, Sector 61 me bhi hai.

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Dr. Manish Sahu is an experienced Pulmonologist in Sector-104, Noida. He has been a successful Pulmonologist for the last 8 years. He studied and completed MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine . You can consult Dr. Manish Sahu at Ethical Dental & Chest Care in Sector-104, Noida. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Manish Sahu on Lybrate.com.

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MBBS - Medical College Calcutta - 2010
MD - Pulmonary Medicine - Govt Medical College Amritsar - 2016
Past Experience
Consultant at Ethical Dental and Health Care
Assistant Professor at Santosh Medical College
Resident at JPNATC AIIMS
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Gold Medal-MD Pulmonary Medicine
Professional Memberships
Indian Chest Society
National College of Chest Physician
European Respiratory Society (ERS)
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Medical Council of India (MCI)

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Hi I have allergy in all over year nose block, cough, shortness of breath, itchy nose and wheezing sound in throat not in chest why? Pls tell me.

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Noida
Hi I have allergy in all over year nose block, cough, shortness of breath, itchy nose and wheezing sound in throat no...
It may be allergic bronchitis or bronchial asthma. You need to get yourself checked by a chest specialist.
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Respiratory Illnesses And Diseases

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Noida
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Hello Everyone!

This is Dr. Manish Sahu.I'm a pulmonologist. I am a generalphysician practicing in Sector 104 Noida and Sector 61Noida.

Aaj mein kuch baat aapko is video ke madhyam se kehna chahta hu especially being a chestspecialist main kuch respiratorydisease ke baare me aapko batana chahta hu jaise ki aapne suna hoga asthma Jise hindi me dama kehte hai.Ye bohot common misconception ki ye theek ho jata hai ya kabhi kabhi dawai leni padti hai. Mein aapko ye baat batana chahta hu ki jis tarah se diabetes andhypertension jisko sugar ki beemari or blood pressure ki beemari bolte hai isme aapko dawai puri jindgi leni padti hai aise hi asthama ka koi puri tarah se ilaz nahi hua. Aapko iski dawai leni padti hai, aapko isko control me rakhna padta hai. Issi tarah tuberculosis ke baare me ek baat mein aapko batana chahta hu. Generally logo ko lagta hai ki tuberculosis sirf lower class ke logo me paaya jata hai ya gareeb logo me paaya jata hai but esa kuch nahi hai. India me tuberculosis bhot jyda matra me paaya jata hai or ye kisi ko bhi ho sakta hai mein aap kisi ko bhi. Aur asal me ye sirf ek lower socioeconomic status me paya jata hai. Ye higher socioeconomicstatus me bhi paya jaata hai lekin there is one thing ki hum Delhi NCR area me rhte hai. Main aapko batana chahta hu ki aaj kal jo pollution levels hai yaha pe ye kafi dangerous hai or aapko pata bhi nahi hai ki ye aapke lungs ko kis tarah se effect karte hai. From past one and half year practicing in Noida and Delhi I can tell you about ki jin logo ki ye khasi ki beemari 5 din me theek ho jati thi ab ise theek hone me 10-15 din lagte hai. Theyneed more consultation, more money, moremedications and still they are nottotally relief. So these are the thingsthat is affecting our lungs, the pollution theparticular matters. So you have to takecare of that and you have to take somePrecautions. And then there is onetopic called sleep apnea jo aaj kal bhot jyada chl raha hai. Sleep apnea kya hai jab ham sote time kharate lete hai bohot to hamari neend kabhi kabhi beech me udti hai isme neend ke jyada tutne se hamare heart pe bhot jyada pressure padta hai or isme diabetes hone ki chances jyada hoti hai. Diabetes heart pe stroke hone ke chances jyada hote hai, cardiac disease hone ke chance jyada hote hai to ham sleep studies karke aaj kal dekh lete hai ki kiski sleep kitni hai uski remedies kitni hai.

Agar apki koi bhi query hai, agar aap consultation chahte hai to mera clinic Sector 104 me bhi hai, Sector 61 me bhi hai.

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Sleep Apnea - How It Can Increase The Risk Of Heart Disease?

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Noida
Sleep Apnea - How It Can Increase The Risk Of Heart Disease?

Getting a good night’s sleep is needed not only to remove dark circles but to improve your overall health as well. Ideally, adults need 7 to 9 hours of sleep every night. This helps you stay physically and mentally healthy. However, getting a good night’s sleep is easier said than done, as sleep apnea is one of the factors that could affect the quality of your sleep. This can cause a number of health issues including heart disease.

What is sleep apnea?
Sleep Apnea is a sleep disorder that can make your breathing start and stop repeatedly while you are asleep. These pauses can range from 5 times an hour to 30 times in one hour. Waking up tired after a long sleep and snoring are characteristic symptoms of this condition. This can be annoying for others, but for you, it could be life-threatening. When your breathing stops; your airways get blocked.

This is characteristic of obstructive sleep apnea, as every time this happens, you wake up. This can increase the risk of high blood pressure. High blood pressure, in turn, can cause arrhythmia, heart failure, and strokes. This can increase the risk of a fatal heart attack by up to 5 times.

Heart disease and central sleep apnea have a cyclic relationship. In this case, heart disease causes the person to retain water and salts. At night, this excess fluid can enter the lungs making the person wake up feeling short of breath. This is not necessarily because the airways get blocked but because the brain does not send the diaphragm a signal to expand and contract. This is not as common as obstructive sleep apnea.

Reducing your risk of heart disease caused by sleep apnea
There are ways to treat sleep apnea so as to reduce the chances of heart diseases. To treat it, it must first be diagnosed. Thus, if your roommate notices you snoring, consult a doctor immediately. For a diagnosis, you will need to undergo a sleep study. This involves staying overnight in the hospital where they will monitor your sleep. Treatment for sleep apnea is known as continuous positive airway pressure or CPAP.

This form of treatment involves wearing a mask that regulates the air pressure as you breathe thus ensuring that the air passages do not close down. In case of obstructive sleep apnea, losing weight if you are obese, can also help treat the condition and keep the airways open.

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

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Rise In Pollution Levels - Effective Measures You Can Adopt!

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Noida
Rise In Pollution Levels - Effective Measures You Can Adopt!

If you’ve read the newspaper recently, you would no doubt have read about the alarming air pollution levels. Whether it is of exhaust fumes from cars and factories or smoke from burning stubble air pollution is a cause of great concern. The effects of this can be seen in the growing number of asthma and other respiratory diseases. These diseases affect adults and children alike, however, it is the younger generation and elderly people are most susceptible.

How does Pollution affect your health?
When it comes to air pollution, particulate matter is the greatest worry. This can be described a mixture of solid and liquid particles that remain suspended in the air. Inhaling air with this particulate matter leads to them being deposited on the lining of the respiratory tubes and organs. This can hinder the normal functioning of the respiratory system and act as catalysts for reactions that can harm your health. Along with the lungs, inhaling this particulate matter can also affect the heart and other organs. It also increases susceptibility to allergic reactions and diseases such as asthma.

Protecting yourself from air pollution
Simply talking about how there need to be stricter laws about car emissions and burning of waste will not help you. Here are a few things you can do to protect yourself and your family from the ill effects of air pollution.

  1. Carpool: Exhausts from cars and other vehicles are one of the biggest causes of air pollution. Do your part to reduce air pollution by restricting the amount you use your car. Try taking public transport to work or carpool with colleagues. Similarly, avoid making individual trips every time you need something from the market. Make a list and when it’s long enough, then step out.
  2. Limit indoor pollution: Do not smoke indoors. When cooking, keep the exhaust fan on so that the smoke produced does not collect indoors. Avoid spraying air fresheners etc. While they may temporarily make the air smell fresh, in the long run, they contribute towards air pollution.
  3. Check the weather before you step out: Just as you can see the daily temperature on your phone, a number of sites also tell you the pollution levels in your city. Avoid stepping out in the early morning and during peak traffic hours as this is when pollution levels are highest. When the air pollution levels are high, keep your windows closed as well.
  4. Cover your nose: Invest in a face mask. This will help filter the air you breathe and keep particulate matter from entering your system.

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

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Increasing Asthma & Allergy In Children - What Should You Do?

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Noida
Increasing Asthma & Allergy In Children - What Should You Do?

It is no longer so surprising to read about alarming air pollution levels in our cities. On more than one occasion, these levels have risen above the danger levels. For some people, this may simply create an annoying fog that makes it difficult to see. For others, it can cause serious health issues. Air pollution is one of the most common reasons for the growing instances of asthma and allergies. Children are most susceptible to such diseases caused by air pollution.

Asthma and Allergies
Asthma can affect children even before their fifth birthday and the condition is characterized by breathlessness caused by a constriction of the airways. While the root cause of asthma is unknown, it is usually seen that asthmatic patients are more sensitive to others to particles in the air such as pollutants, dander, dust, smoke etc. Thus, the airways construct as a reaction to these allergens. Changes in the weather, a sudden cold draft or the flu can also aggravate asthma.

Can you protect your children from asthma?
Wheezing, panting, finding it difficult to breathe and a persistent cough are some of the signs of asthma. If you notice these symptoms, you must consult a doctor immediately. At home, here are a few things you could do.

  1. Avoid exposing your children to smoke: Do not smoke around your children or allow others to smoke around them. If you cannot give up the habit, wear a smoking jacket when you smoke and take this off before you play with your children. When you’ll go out, drive with the windows up so that your child does not inhale exhaust smoke. Set your air conditioner to circulate air within the car itself.
  2. Dust often: Try and keep your home as dust free as possible. Use a wet cloth to clean so that the dust does not fly in the air. Wash all your bed linen once a week. Carpets and rugs should be vacuumed regularly or dusted outside. It may also be a good idea to invest in dust mite impermeable covers for your child’s mattress and pillows.
  3. Keep your Pets clean: If you share your home with pets, bathe them once a week and brush them daily. Do not let them climb on to the furniture or your beds. Also, avoid having their toys lie on your beds.
  4. Wear a face mask: Try and time your child’s outdoor activities when the pollution levels are low. Buy yourself and your child a face mask that will filter the air they breathe in. These should be worn whenever they play outdoors.

These simple steps could help your child be healthier and can prevent asthma and other such allergic reactions.

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

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Tuberculosis - How It Is Affecting The Urban Population?

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Noida
Tuberculosis - How It Is Affecting The Urban Population?

Tuberculosis is one of the most serious infectious diseases and can easily spread from one person to another when the virus enters the air through a sneeze or a cough. The disease is partly preventable by vaccines. It was once upon a time quite rare, but today has become quite common in urban areas. The emergence of HIV is one of the main reasons for this. HIV is an immune system disorder that weakens the body’s ability to fight back against infections. With time, the virus causing the disease has evolved and become resistant to many drugs used to treat it.

Tuberculosis is also more commonly seen in slum areas of the cities. This is because of a lack of ventilation and living in close proximity that makes it easy for the disease to spread from one person to another. Limited access to safe drinking water and proper sanitation also reduces immunity and increases the risk of tuberculosis.

To control the spread of tuberculosis, it is important to treat it and keep away from other people while being treated. People also need to be made aware of the disease and its symptoms. It is important for the general public to understand that tuberculosis can be treated. They should also be informed that treatment of tuberculosis is free. As with most chronic diseases, the earlier treatment is started, the easier it is.

Thus, if you notice any of the early symptoms of tuberculosis such as

Then, you must consult a doctor immediately.

Tuberculosis can be diagnosed through a simple skin test or blood test. In terms of the skin test, the results can take up to 72 hours. It is important to note that this test is not foolproof as it can give a false positive or false negative result. For this reason, this may be followed by a blood test. Treatment for tuberculosis takes the form of oral antibiotics. The disease is no longer contagious after the medication is taken for a few weeks.

However, taking the full course of medication is essential to stopping medication early can make the bacteria resistant to the drug. Tuberculosis caused by drug-resistant bacteria is much harder to treat.
Thus, to reduce the number of cases of tuberculosis in urban areas, people must be made aware of the disease and its treatment. Proper sanitation and ventilation in their living areas should also be provided.

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

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Can I use levolin rotacap for asthma? I am using maxolfo 250 rotacap as of now, please suggest which one is best?

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Noida
Can I use levolin rotacap for asthma? I am using maxolfo 250 rotacap as of now, please suggest which one is best?
It depends on your symptoms. you can take if very mild disease Levolin SOS. If moderate take maxiflo 2 times a day.
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Hi today I got unconscious for few second when I continuously laughing. Is this asthma attack. And stuck breathing.

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine
Pulmonologist, Noida
Hi
today I got unconscious for few second when I continuously laughing. Is this asthma attack. And stuck breathing.
No it is just syncope. Due to continuous laughter oxygen supply to brain decreased and you fell unconscious. Don't worry.
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