MBBS, MD - Medicine
Medical Registration Verified
Dr. Harminder Singh Pannu has done his MBBS, MD from FIACM. Dr. Pannu has previously worked in DMC&H, Ludhiana and has over 25 years + experience in teaching the MBBS and MD students as well as involved in clinical classes of postgraduate students.He has also worked as a recognised examiner of MBBS and MD students and a research guide for Thesis for MD students. He is the Life Member of Academic Bodies such an Association of Physicians of India (API) and Indian Medical Association (IMA). He has Fellowship from Indian Academy of Clinical Medicine. In addition to this, he has also completed an observership with the Northern Alberta HIV Program at the University of Alberta. He has several publications including International Journals to his name and has supervised research work as well. He has attended and delivered lectures at several National and International conferences and CMEs.Chapter in Books: Tropical Fever Syndrome, Spuri, D Gupta, Pannu HS, Jain NP, Medicine Update, Volume 24.1,2017.
Chandigarh Road, Mundian Kalan Village, Landmark: Near Radha Soami Satsang Bhavan, Ludhiana
Mon - Sat
11:00 - 01:30
Q: What is internal medicine in Medical sciences?
A: Internal medicine is the branch of medical science that deals with the treatment of adults in a variety of illnesses from simple to complex ones. An internal medicine specialist can treat adults for emergency conditions as well as chronic complaints.
Q: Can an internal medicine specialist treat children?
A: An internal medicine specialist usually deals with adults. However, many internal medicine specialists are also trained to treat teenagers. This can help to bridge the gap between paediatrics and internal medicine specialists.
Q: Can an Internal medicine specialist perform surgery?
A: An internal medicine specialist mainly deals with chronic illnesses and diagnoses different health problems in adults. They get to study surgery in their curriculum; however, they will recommend you to see a surgeon if you need surgery as a treatment option. They can co-manage surgery with other surgeons.
Q: Is an internist and internal medicine specialist the same?
A: An internal medicine specialist may take advice from the internist regarding puzzling diagnostic problems and chronic illnesses. Sometimes, an internal medicine specialist is referred to as an internist and can work in different settings. Both an internist and an internal medicine specialist are the same.
Q: Are there specialities in internal medicine?
A: The specialities in internal medicine include the following: ·Cardiovascular diseases (heart-related problems) ·Hormonal disorders ·Gastroenterology (stomach and intestinal problems) ·Blood disorders ·Oncology (cancer) ·Infectious diseases ·Nephrology (kidney problems) ·Geriatrics (Old patients) ·Allergy and immunology ·Sports medicine ·Rheumatology (joint, muscles, bones disorders)