MBBS, MD - Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases / Pulmonary Medicine
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Dr. Manish Sahu is a physician in noida with 9 years experience in general and internal(respiratory) medicine.. Dr Manish Sahu has worked in Aiims delhi and Max superspeciality hospital previously..Dr Manish is Gold medallist in his MD..currently practising in sector 61 & sector 104 and visiting consultant in 3 hospitals in noida..Dr Manish has good experience in treating thyroid ,diabetes, B.p, tuberculosis, asthma, bronchitis, fever, chronic cough,breathing problems, sleep study, with a fare number of satisfied patients..
Basement, Yaduvanshi Tower, Gautam Budh Nagar, Landmark: Basement Of Bistro 37 Restaurant, Noida
Mon - Sat
11:00 - 01:00
06:00 - 08:15
12:00 - 01:45
06:00 - 08:00
D-214, Behind SBI , Near Mother's Pride, Landmark: Near Mother's Pride, Noida
Mon - Sat
09:30 - 10:45
01:15 - 05:30
02:15 - 04:00
I consulted Dr Manish for throat irritation and fever Through tele consultation on practo. Few days Later some of my teams members also starting having fever. So Dr Manish suggested me for a covid test, me and my whole family turned out positive. Dr Manish guided my whole family. He gave prescription for everyone one, he shared his whatsapp number and replied for whatever query we had. Dr Manish supported us alot through this tough. My family is still recovering from the disease and still updating Dr Manish our daily spo2 reading ,temp etc. Dr manish is great doctor, very soft spoken and supports you emotionally as well.
I highly recommend Dr. Manish Sahu. He is very professional, listens to the patient problems and then give the treatment accordingly.
Very Good behaviour, Everything explained politely. I must recommend to visit those who suffering lung infection. Thank you
I am being treated by Dr. Manish for Covid19 treatment. Whatever medication suggest are regularly taken by me along with steam, gargles etc. I hope to recover soon with help of Dr. Manish.
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