The pulmonology service of Dr. Jasdeep Sidana is committedto the search for truth and the culture of life with special emphasis on providing medical excellence fundamentally accompanied by human values.
His goal is to provide the highest quality pulmonology care. Still,he distinguishes himself in knowing how to understand, support, and accompany his patients and their families, many of whom have chronic diseases.
Dr Jasdeep Sidana puts enthusiasm into good treatment, particularly warmth, honesty, punctuality, commitment, and availability, facilitating for the patient and his family everything that is within their reach and favoring their compliance with the proposed treatmentto improve their quality of life.
Doctor Sidana’s pulmonology service offers a wide field of basic and clinical research to be developed at the Hospital. Frequent pathologies such as asthma are frequently the subject of research, but less frequent pathologies such as cystic fibrosis offer a wide field for research.
Treatments for anyone
A persistent airflow blockage characterizes Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, an underdiagnosed and potentially fatal disease that disrupts normal breathing and is not fully reversible.
COPD produces pulmonary hypertension, generating another more chronic disease in the heart, the name pulmonary heart disease. The main cause of the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is smoking. The more a person smokes, the more likely they are to develop it.
The diagnosis of COPD by Dr. Jasdeep Sidana is considered in any patient with chronic symptoms of coughing, expectoration, dyspnea, or a history of exposure to risk factors for the disease, such as smoking.
A comprehensive rehabilitation
The rehabilitation of Dr Jasdeep Sidana covers non-pulmonary problems that affect these patients, such as lack of physical conditioning, social isolation, emotional disturbances, loss of muscle mass due to disuse, and possibly also due to a particular muscular defect of this disease that would be reversible with respiratory rehabilitation. The objectives of this therapy include reducing symptoms, improving quality of life, improving physical performance, and achieving the social reintegration of the patient isolated by the disease.