Best Pulmonologist in Bangalore | Dr. Sachin Kumar | Lungs Specialist in Bangalore, India - Sakra World Hospital
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Dr. Sachin Kumar is one of the best pulmonologist in Bangalore, working as a Senior Consultant - Pulmonology & Critical Care Medicine Specialist at Sakra World Hospital. He is a super-specialist in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine with more than 17 years of rich and varied expertise in all areas of chest /respiratory disorders. He did his MBBS from Seth G S Medical College and KEM Hospital, Mumbai, MD in General Medicine from Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi and DM in Pulmonary & Critical care Medicine from PGIMER, Chandigarh. This was followed by training in Interventional Pulmonology at  Lausanne (Switzerland), Copenhagen(Denmark), Amsterdam(The Netherlands), and Italy. He has more than 40 publications in international peer-reviewed journals.

He has a keen interest in the management of asthma, interstitial lung disease, Interventional Pulmonology, and sleep medicine. He has been conferred the Fellowship of the American College of Chest Physicians and the European Diploma in adult respiratory Medicine for his expertise and achievement in his field of work. He has worked as an Associate professor at ILBS super speciality hospital, New Delhi. His last assignment prior to joining Sakra World Hospital was with Narayana multispeciality hospital, Whitefield, Bangalore as a consultant in pulmonology and internal medicine.
Dr. Sachin completed his MBBS from Seth G S Medical College & KEM Hospital, Mumbai in 2003 followed by his MD (General Medicine) from Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi in the year 2006. Further, he completed DM in Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine from PGIMER, Chandigarh in 2010. He has also obtained a Diploma in Adult Respiratory Medicine from Vienna and was later elected as a Fellow of American College of Chest Physicians, USA in recognition of his expertise in the field. Furthermore, Dr. Sachin underwent training in Pulmonary Hypertension & Pulmonary Vascular Disease under the European Respiratory Society in Lausanne, Switzerland, and in Endobronchial Ultrasound in Denmark & Amsterdam.
Interstitial Lung disease, Interventional Pulmonology , Endobronchial Ultrasound, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary disease(COPD), Asthma and allergy, Sleep Disordered Breathing
  • He is also an esteemed member of KMC, National College of Chest Physician (NCCP), India; European Respiratory Society, American College of Chest Physician.
  • He is certified for Level 1 Ultrasound in Critical Care (WINFOCUS - 2010) by Dr. Luca Neri, Italy and in Basic Life Support & Advanced Cardiac Life Support by American Heart Association.
  • He has 31 international peer reviewed publications to his name along with many national and international scientific presentations at reputed platforms.
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Frequently Asked Questions

People who are allergic will have itching on their skin, sneezing and blocked nose, etc are more prone to asthma in the future and they occur together.

Yes, hereditary problems are to a certain extent, and factors such as family history, pollen, dust, etc are causes of allergies.

Although allergies and colds have the same signs & symptoms, they are two different conditions.

Yes, it is better to prevent allergy triggers at the earliest by giving medications based on the severity of asthma.

Yes, it is a highly treatable disease. Treatments include medications, self-care, and yoga.

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