Interventional Pulmonology

Interventional pulmonology is a specialized field within pulmonology that focuses on using advanced diagnostic and therapeutic procedures to manage complex respiratory conditions.

Bronchoscopy:Utilizing bronchoscopy, a procedure that involves inserting a thin, flexible tube through the airways, to diagnose and treat various respiratory conditions.

Navigational Bronchoscopy: Employing advanced bronchoscopic techniques, such as navigational bronchoscopy, to access difficult-to-reach areas of the lungs for diagnosis and treatment.

Endobronchial Ultrasound (EBUS): Performing EBUS to visualize and obtain samples from the lungs and surrounding lymph nodes for diagnosis and staging of lung cancer and other conditions.

health information related to Infectious respiratory conditions

Social Distancing

Maintain physical distance from individuals who are not part of your household, especially in crowded settings. Follow public health guidelines regarding social distancing.

Clean and Disinfect

Regularly clean and disinfect frequently-touched surfaces, such as doorknobs, light switches, and electronic devices. This helps prevent the spread of respiratory viruses.

Antibiotics and Antivirals

Take antibiotics or antiviral medications as prescribed by a healthcare professional, if applicable. Follow the prescribed course and complete the entire treatment.

Isolate When Sick

If you develop symptoms of an infectious respiratory condition, stay home, and isolate yourself from others to prevent the spread of the illness.