Dr. Anand Jaiswal is currently working as a Director of the Department of Respiratory and Sleep Medicine Division at Medanta Hospital, Gurgaon. He is one of the most esteemed physicians, who specializes in treating all kinds of respiratory disorders and sleep medicine. Dr. Anand has an extensive experience of more than 33 years. He has a keen interest in management of cases like Bronchiectasis, Asthma, Tuberculosis, Shortness of Breath, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder, Sleep Apnea etc. He is a lifetime member of esteemed organizations such as Medical Council of India.
- Dr. Anand was awarded a Gold Medal for his overall performance, while he was doing his Post-graduation.
- He has more than 10 years of experience as a Senior Resident in various hospitals.
- Dr. Anand is amongst those doctors who come under the category of senior scale, Grade- 1 Chest Specialists.
- He was also awarded a fellowship in TB Research and Operations in the USA by the World Health Organization in 1996.
- Additionally, Dr. Anand has been a part of many research works with Indian and International sponsors like ODA(UK), CSIR-OSDD, Pfizer, and AMGEN (India).
- He has served as a Chairperson, Moderator and Lecturer in many globally renowned conferences.
- In 2016, he also conducted a comparative study of Clinico-bacterio-radiological profile and treatment outcome of smokers and non-smokers from pulmonary tuberculosis.
Medical School -
MBBS - Maulana Azad Medical College from Delhi University in 1983.
Post Graduation Program-
MD in Tuberculosis & Respiratory Disease - Vallabhbhai Patel Chest Institute in 1987.
Fellowship in Tuberculosis Research and Operations, at WHO, Geneva in 1996.
Dr. Anand Jaiswal is an active member of the following reputed organizations:
- National College Chest Physicians
- Medical Council of India
- Indian Society for Study of Lung Cancer
Research and publications:
- Lung India: Comparative study of clinico-bacterio-radiological profile and treatment outcome of smokers and nonsmokers suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis, 2016
- The British Journal Radiology: Accelerated hypofractionated radiotherapy with concomitant chemotherapy in locally advanced squamous cell carcinoma of lung: evaluation of response, survival, toxicity and quality of life from a Phase II randomized study, 2016
- Indian Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine: Nonoccupational anthracofibrosis/anthracosilicosis from Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir, India: A case series, 2015
- BioMed Central: Proteomic analysis of HEK293 cells expressing non small cell lung carcinoma associated epidermal growth factor receptor variants reveals induction of heat shock response, 2015
- PLOS One: Prevalence, Distribution and Functional Significance of the −237C to T Polymorphism in the IL-12Rβ2 Promoter in Indian Tuberculosis Patients, 2012
What are the most common Respiratory Disorders?
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder - This is one of most common chronic inflammatory lung diseases that leads to obstruction in the airflow from the lungs. The symptoms include breathing difficulty, cough, mucus production and wheezing. It is caused due to long-term exposure to irritating gases like cigarette smoke. COPD may also pose a risk of developing heart disease, lung cancer and several other conditions.
Bronchial Asthma- This is a respiratory disorder in which the airways get swelled and narrowed. Consequently, there is an excessive amount of mucus production, hence leading to shortness of breath, cough, and wheezing. Bronchial asthma can affect any person of any age or gender.
Tuberculosis - Tuberculosis is a serious infectious disease that commonly affects the lungs. People who are infected with tuberculosis need to take several types of medications for several months to completely eliminate the infection.The infection may also spread from one person to another through tiny droplets released into the air.
Pneumonia - Pneumonia is a contagious disease and can spread through air droplets or by coming with surfaces. It is the infection that leads to inflammation in the air sacs of the lungs. These air sacs are known as alveoli, which are filled with fluid or pus. Hence, there is difficulty breathing.
A brief about Medanta Hospital
- Medanta hospital is located in the national capital of India and lies amongst the largest hospitals across the nation.
- The hospital has more than 1600 beds and covers nearly 22 specialites.
- It boasts of its state-of-the-art and high quality treatment at affordable costs.
- Medanta hospital caters to an average of 20,000 international patients each year from more than 15 countries across the globe.