At our Department of Pulmonology, we have a team of experienced pulmonologists dedicated to offering you lung care. We provide solutions for simple to complex problems including asthma, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases), sleep disorders, tuberculosis and cystic fibrosis. The department is integrated with the 24 ×7 emergency and critical care services to offer round-the-clock facilities. We provide you with the highest level of care to help you breathe easier and improve your quality of life.
BronchoscopyBronchoscopy is a diagnostic and therapeutic procedure that allows pulmonologists to visualise the insides of the airways in the lungs. It is used to treat conditions like bacterial infections, inflammation of lung tissue, lung damage and narrowing of the trachea or bronchi.
Sleep medicineSleep medicine is the area of pulmonology that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. This unit is a regular feature of the department and offers solutions to sleep apnoea, daytime sleepiness, snoring disorders and multiple others.
Lung and Chest DiseasesThe Chest Clinic is a dedicated unit offering improved care for diseases afflicting the chest wall and chest cavity. Common conditions include chest trauma, bronchiectasis. The clinic is equipped to offer accurate chest x-ray, chest CT scans and other chest imaging studies.
ThoracoscopyThoracoscopy is a diagnostic procedure done to examine the lung surfaces and the space surrounding the lungs. It is a high-end surgical technique to diagnose and treat pulmonary problems such as mesothelioma and lung cancer.
Pulmonary rehabilitationPulmonary rehabilitation is a comprehensive service offered to patients suffering from chronic respiratory diseases. Our pulmonary rehabilitation experts offer personalised guidance and support on symptom management and inhaler techniques for prolonged lung health.
Why choose us?
Highlights of the department:
- Specialized care for asthma, COPD, sleep disorders & all types of TB
- 100% safe & precision-driven procedures
- International clinical protocols & safety norms
- All cashless insurance facilities available
- 24×7 ICU & critical care facilities
Our pulmonology experts
I was suffering from sleep problems for a really long time now. It was really difficult for me to cope. My colleague then informed me about the Sleep medicine centre at the CK Birla Hospital. I met Dr Kuldeep here who is one of the best sleep doctors. He is really very intelligent and polite. And his medications were perfect that did not add any side effects. I really saw my health improve in no time under his watch. Very thankful to Dr Kuldeep for his support and care. Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
My son has been suffering from asthma since he was born. We had recently shifted to Gurgaon and needed to find a good doctor for him as he requires consistent care. My wife and I are really glad to have met Dr Kuldeep Kumar and his team at the CK Birla Hospital. They are very compassionate with my son and very understanding of our situation. I am very happy and delighted with the services we have received here at this hospital. Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
Excellent experience. My mother was experiencing some respiratory problems recently due to which I was very concerned. I wanted to get only the best care for her. My friend told me about the department of pulmonology at the CK Birla Hospital. It is truly one of the best hospitals in Delhi NCR. The hospital is very spacious, clean and hygienic. The doctors are very helpful and brilliant in their respective fields. The nursing team is very cooperative and caring. Overall, the hospital staff and the infrastructure are best suited to seek health services in Gurgaon. Totally recommended. Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
Some measures you can take to improve your lung health include deep breathing, counting your breath, staying hydrated and exercising.
Common respiratory illnesses include asthma, COPD, bronchitis, cystic fibrosis and pneumonia.
Risk factors for COPD are smoking, breathing second-hand smoke, exposure to air pollution, exposure to chemicals and drugs.