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The Department of Pulmonary Medicine and Oncology at Nippon Medical School Hospital consists of about twenty-five members who specialize in various respiratory ailments like lung cancer,mediastinal tumor, mesothelioma,interstitial pneumonia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, chronic respiratory failure, bronchial asthma, pneumonia, and tuberculosis and other infectious diseases. Screenings and treatment are provided for all adult respiratory ailments.
Many sufferers of respiratory ailments come to the hospital with concerns about stubborn cough, cough with sputum or blood, chest pain, and trouble breathing. Many patients are also sent to the hospital after abnormalities are detected during X-ray screenings for a physical exam. For the initial exam, doctors speak at length with patients, perform a screening, take X-rays of the chest, and take blood and sputum samples. Bookings can also be made, as needed for additional screenings like CT scans of the chest, lung function tests, and bronchoscope examinations.
Appropriate diagnoses are made based on the individual patient's ailment, physical condition, and current medications being used, with a decision rendered on whether the patient should receive inpatient or outpatient treatment.
Initial examinations at the Department of Respiratory Medicine are from 8:30 to 11:30 AM. However, the above may not apply to patients with urgent respiratory ailments. Outpatient examinations for specialized cases begin in the afternoon, with screenings and tests held on Tuesday and Friday mornings.
Our specialized outpatient clinic treats a range of respiratory ailments and diseases, allowing us to provide a high level of medical care. In addition, partnerships with neighboring physicians and cancer treatment centers allow for outpatient screenings and the high precision pinpointing of abnormal chest shadows. Many patients with respiratory ailments visit the hospital with symptoms like morning and nighttime cough, cough with sputum, hacking cough, bloody sputum, chest pain, and breathing discomfort. We administer early screenings through X-rays of the chest, blood samples, and sputum samples, with CT scans of the chest and bronchoscope examinations being offered on a booking basis as needed. The diagnoses obtained are used to offer better-specialized outpatient or inpatient care for each and every patient.
Diseases in which we specialize
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