Dr. J C Suri
JCS Institute, lead by Dr.JC Suri. 1st Pulmonologist with a team of Specialist for Respiratory and Sleep Disorders. He is Best Lung Specialist in Delhi.
About Dr. JC Suri. Dr.
JC Suri, Pulmonologist by training is a pioneer of critical care and sleep medicine in India. He worked at Safdarjung Hospital from 1984 to 2018, where he was instrumental in creating India’s first holistic Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine Department, which he headed from 1990 to 2018. Dr. JC Suri set up the first physician run Intensive Care Unit in Northern India with the aim to provide integrated diagnostic, supportive and therapeutic services to critically ill patients. He is also regarded as the father of Sleep Medicine in India and is credited for establishing the first sleep laboratory in the country in 1990. He is a compassionate physician with astute clinical skills. Dr. He had started and designed the curriculum for the first fellowship in Critical Care Medicine in India under the aegis of the National Board of Examinations (FNB Critical Care).
Allergic Asthma. What is asthma?
Asthma is a common disorder which occurs in both children and adults. During an attack there is a temporary spasm of the breathing tubes, that is, they contract suddenly and involuntarily so that the patient finds it hard to breathe. In between attacks, which can be distressing, the breathing may be perfectly normal. Asthma does not cause any permanent damage to the heart or lungs. Are there different types of asthma? Yes, two main types are recognized. Is asthma hereditary or infectious? A proportion of people with allergic asthma have relatives who also suffer from this condition or one associated with it, namely hay fever or eczema. Are other allergic conditions related to asthma? Asthma is related to two other allergic disorders, viz. eczema and hay fever but it is quite common to have one without the other. Specially trained physicians. A Direct Examination of Your Airways Bronchoscopy is a painless, direct examination of your air passages.
It may be used to gather specimens, to diagnose tumors, and to find and remove foreign objects in the lungs. A bronchoscope is a flexible tube with a Powerful light source and optical lenses. Bronchoscopy is performed by specially trained physicians, including pulmonary medicine specialists Getting Ready No food or drink for 6 hours before the exam.Empty bladder before the exam.Sign consent form.Premedication may be given for relaxation and to dry mouth and nasal secretions.X-rays may be taken before/ after the exam. Compliance Note. Sleep Hygiene. What is sleep hygiene?
Sleep hygiene is a variety of different practices and habits that are necessary to have good night time sleep quality and full daytime alertness. Why is it important to practice good sleep hygiene? Obtaining healthy sleep is important for both physical and mental health. It can also improve productivity and overall quality of life. Everyone, from children to older adults, can benefit from practicing good sleep habits. How can I improve my sleep hygiene? One of the most important sleep hygiene practices is to spend an appropriate amount of time asleep in bed, not too little or too excessive. Limiting daytime naps to 30 minutes . Narcolepsy. Brain Disorder. What is Narcolepsy?
Narcolepsy is a brain disorder that makes you feel sleepy most of the time. People with narcolepsy sometimes fall asleep all of a sudden, even when they don't expect to. They can even fall asleep while they are in the middle of activities, such as eating, talking, or driving. People usually develop narcolepsy during their teens or early 20s. Some people get it earlier and others later. What are the Symptoms of Narcolepsy? — The symptoms can include: Feeling sleepy during the dayFalling asleep all of a sudden, often at inappropriate times – Some people call these "sleep attacks. " Some people with narcolepsy also have problems with depression or anxiety. Should I see a Doctor or Nurse? Yes, if you have symptoms of narcolepsy, see your doctor or nurse. You should also talk to your doctor or nurse if you think you might have depression or anxiety.
Will I need tests? Obstructive Sleep Apnea. What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a common condition, in which the upper airway repeatedly collapses during sleep. If left untreated, this condition has been associated with an increased risk of high blood pressure, heart attack, depression, uncontrolled diabetes, and stoke. What Causes the Airway To Collapse During Sleep? Extra tissue in the back of the airway such as large tonsilsA decrease in the tone of the muscles holding the airway openThe tongue falling back and closing off the airway Some of the Possible Signs and Symptoms of OSA: Snoring, interrupted by pauses in breathingGasping or choking during sleepRestless SleepExcessive sleepiness or fatigue during the dayCrowded airwayHigh blood pressureObesityLarge neck size (greater than "17" in men; greater than 16" in women) Screening For an OSA Before Bariatric Surgery Question to Help Assess a Patient's Risk For OSA Do you snore?
The Benefits of Treating OSA. Dr. Suri Panel of Experts. First of all, JCS Institute is under the supreme guidance of Dr.
JC Suri himself. The institute have a panel of experts, who got rigorously training by Dr. JC Suri himself at Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi and forms the core team for the institute and share the ethical values imbibed by their exemplary teacher. The entire panel of experts are under the guidance of Dr. JC Suri with his immense experience and expertise they delivers highest quality health care to patients. Respiratory and Sleep Disorders.