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About Dr. Sameer Arbat 

Dr. Sameer Arbat

MD Pulmonology
Fellowship in Interventional Pulmonology, Ancona, Italy

Ex-Senior Registrar, KEM Hospital, Mumbai.
Ex-Trainee, Tata Cancer Institute, Mumbai.
Ex-Visiting Trainee, Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute, New Delhi.

Dr Sameer Arbat, young Interventional Pulmonologist from Nagpur is the first doctor to have Central India’s only EBUS and Cryotherapy setup. He has received many awards at national conferences and has many national and international publications to his name. He has performed more than 500 Interventional procedures including Cryotherapy, EBUS, Endobronchial Debulking and Thoracoscopy.

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What is Interventional Pulmonology?

A. Interventional pulmonology is a relatively new speciality in pulmonary medicine. Interventional pulmonology uses minimally invasive endoscopic procedures for diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the airways, lungs, and pleura

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What is EBUS ?

A. EBUS or EndoBronchial UltraSound is a bronchoscope with an ultrasound probe attached to it. EBUS allows visualisation of lymph nodes around the heart for easy sampling.

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What is Cryobiopsy ?

Interventional pulmonology is a relatively new speciality in pulmonary medicine which uses minimally invasive endoscopic procedures for diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the airways, lungs, and pleura.

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  • What is thoracoscopy?

Thoracoscopy is a procedure a doctor uses to look inside the chest cavity. This is done with a thoracoscope, a thin, flexible tube with a light and a small video camera on the end.

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What is Rigid Bronchoscopy?

Rigid Bronchoscopy is a procedure used to gain access to the patient’s airway and allows the passage of larger airway instruments and cameras to diagnose and treat airway disease. This form of bronchoscopy is done by highly trained specialists.

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Removal of foreign bodies is a common procedure for gastroenterologists. In the majority of cases the type of foreign body ingested can be determined by a careful history or by speaking to relatives or friends.

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When a person with asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is experiencing shortness of breath or another symptom, they may not think they are suffering from more than one chronic lung disease.

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Allergies, also known as allergic diseases, are a number of conditions caused by hypersensitivity of the immune system to typically harmless substances in the environment.

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Interstitial lung infection (ILD), otherwise called diffuse parenchymal lung sickness, depicts a scope of scatters that influence the covering of the alveoli (air sacs) in the lungs. Ordinarily, the alveoli grow and contract easily.

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What is Lung Cancer?

Cancer causes certain mutations in otherwise healthy cells.

Typically, the body programs cells to die at a certain stage in their life cycle to avoid overgrowth. Cancer overrides this instruction, causing cells to grow and multiply when they should not.

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Spirometry is a pulmonary function test that is used in the diagnosis of asthma, COPD and other lung diseases.  It is also frequently used in occupational health to assess an employee’s fitness to wear a respirator and to monitor the employee’s lung health over time.

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Air pollution is undoubtedly the most problematic type of pollution, as it may involve serious long-term health effects. It is made worse by the fact that everyone could be exposed – because everyone needs to breathe!

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Pulmonary rehabilitation, also known as respiratory rehabilitation, is an important part of the management and health maintenance of people with chronic respiratory disease who remain symptomatic or continue to have decreased function despite standard medical treatment. It is a broad therapeutic concept.

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