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Dr. Ashish Jain

Dr. Ashish Jain

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MD - Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases/Medicine, MBBS

Pulmonologist

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20 Years Experience Overall  (19 years as specialist)

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Dr. Ashish Jain is currently practicing as an Interventional Pulmonologist. He is attached to Max Superspecialty Hospital, Saket, New Delhi and Max Hospital, Noida (UP) as a Senior Consultant in Department of Respiratory Medicine.

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Sector 49, Noida

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A-36, Landmark: Opposite Prayag Hospital, Noida

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Common questions & answers

Q: What is a Pulmonologist?

A: A doctor who is specialized in diagnosis and treatment of respiratory system diseases is called as pulmonologist. The respiratory system include the airway (all organs that carry air to lungs from body's outside environment), the lungs and the muscles for respiration.

Q: What type of respiratory problems can a Pulmonologist treat?

A: Pulmonologists can treat lung or airway inflammation, blocked lung airways, damage to lung alveoli and lung diseases occurred due to inhalation of dust chemical or smoking, genetic diseases of the lung like cystic fibrosis, tuberculosis, asthma, bronchitis.

Q: When do you need to visit a Pulmonologist?

A: You should visit a pulmonologist if you are facing breathing difficulties, having cough from a long time, have blood or mucus in cough, sudden weight loss due to unknown reasons and have severe breathing problem while doing daily activities or exercising.

Q: What tests wil a Pulmonologist do for a check up?

A: Pulmonologists will perform different tests depending up on your problem. These may include CT scan, chest ultrasound, chest X-ray, pulse oximetry test, pleural biopsy, bronchoscopy (to examine airway), breathing test (pulmonary function test) to check functioning of lungs and sleep study to detect sleep disorder.

Q: What is the difference between a Pulmonologist and chest surgeon?

A: Pulmonologists will diagnose and treat respiratory system related disorders but if you are having a serious lung disease then you will be referred to chest surgeon to remove affected lung part or for a lung transplant.

Specializations

Education

MD - Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases/Medicine - B J Medical College Ahemdabad, 2001
MBBS - Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidhyalaya, Indore, M.P., 1997

Memberships

Indian Medical Association (IMA)
European Respiratory Society (ERS)
American College of Chest Physicians
Indian Chest Society

Experience

2001 - 2003 Senior Registrar at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital
2003 - 2009 Consultant at Choithram Hospital and Research Centre
2009 - 2010 Consultant at CHL Apollo Hospital

Registrations

47267 Delhi Medical Council, 2010
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