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    Dr Bobby Bhalotra is presently working as Consultant in the Department of Pulmonary Medicine with India’s one of the most reputed hospital Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi which he joined in 1995. He passed M.B.B.S from Maulana Azad Medical College New Delhi in the year 1991. He then did M.D (Respiratory Medicine & TB) from Vallabh Bhai Patel Chest Institute, Delhi in the year 1995. Then he joined Sir Ganga Ram Hospital as a Resident Doctor (Intensive Care), in the year 1995, subsequently got promoted to various position as Registrar, clinical assistant and now consultant.

     

    Dr Bobby Bhalotra is also the teaching coordinator for DNB course in Respiratory Medicine at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. Besides this, in the morning hours, he consulta at his separate clinic at Rajouri Garden, New Delhi. His area of practice is respiratory medicine, sleep medicine, and allergy. He started comprehensive Pulmonary Rehabilitation programme at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, one of its kind, for the patients suffering from chronic and crippling respiratory diseases. He has also been regularly organising patient awareness programme on Asthma, COPD, Tuberculosis, etc.

Questions Answered by me

Cough during night is indeed very disturbing it not only spoil night sleep but also deplete the energy levels the next day. Common causes are...
Answered on : 21 May 2013

A patch in the lung on a chest X-ray usually means infection. A blood culture along with culture and examination of sputum can give the diagnosis...

Answered on : 11 Feb 2011

Pain described by you has to be due to any of the following:

1) Musculo-skeletal - This pain happens due to overuse of a group of muscles...

Answered on : 20 Jan 2011

Treatment of asthma is very important in your case, as the child is dependent on you for oxygen supply. Inhalers are safe. In the present...

Answered on : 23 Jan 2010
  1. Congestion can be completely controlled by inhaled steroids, bronchodilators, and most importantly avoidance of triggers, e.g. smoke, dust,...
Answered on : 07 Dec 2009

The interpretation of any test should be done keeping in view the problem of the patient.
Healed granulomatous lesion indicates an old scar...

Answered on : 12 Nov 2008

The treatment of chronic bronchitis involves treating the agent leading to the condition for example smoking, exposure to dust, chemicals etc. The...

Answered on : 22 Sep 2008

Pulmonary Koch's is usually treated for six month by anti-tubercular therapy. If the x-ray at the start of treatment has improved and now the x-...

Answered on : 04 Sep 2008

Rapid breathing can lead to hyperventilation and depletion of carbon dioxide in the blood. This can cause the symptom you are suffering from. To...

Answered on : 19 Aug 2008

Your symptoms are suggestive that you have an allergic condition. The medications you have taken are meant to treat allergies. These medications...

Answered on : 05 Aug 2008
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