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Best Respiratory Medicine clinics in Dubai - United Arab Emirates

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Mediclinic City Hospital

Building 37 - 26th St - Umm Hurair 2Dubai Healthcare City - Dubai - United Arab Emirates - 3.73 kilometers

Mediclinic City Hospital

Building 37 - 26th St - Umm Hurair 2Dubai Healthcare City - Dubai - United Arab Emirates - 3.73 kilometers
Respiratory Medicine Cardiothoracic Surgery Clinical Genetics + 29 more

King's College Hospital Dubai Hills

Alkhail Street, Marabea East Exit, Dubai - 6.42 kilometers

King's College Hospital Dubai Hills

Alkhail Street, Marabea East Exit, Dubai - 6.42 kilometers
Respiratory Medicine General Medicine Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) + 17 more

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King’s College Hospital UAE is one of the best hospitals in Dubai, made up of recently opened Dubai Medical Centres in Marina and Jumeirah, plus the Surgical and Medical Centre in Abu Dhabi and a state-of-the-art 100-bed facility at Dubai Hills in Mohammed bin Rashid City. As such they provide local access to world-beating treatment from respected medical professionals. About 33% of their clinical staff have been recruited from the best British facilities, including King’s College Hospital, the teaching hospital, and its partner hospitals across the UK. Most of their doctors are also UK-educated and trained, and are also highly experienced in their fields.

You can fully expect the finest levels of healthcare, whether it's a consultation or a diagnostic test, treatment or specialist recovery. Everything they do here is inspired by best practice, and patient health outcomes are the top priority of all. Tasked with the aim to become the region’s most trusted integrated healthcare provider, and serve the community by empowering their team, care at King's is both properly personalised to your needs and wonderfully compassionate. And social responsibility isn't just a phrase here, it really matters.

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What is Respiratory Medicine? 

Respiratory surgery, also called pulmonology, deals with the structural, inflammatory, infectious, and neoplastic disorders of the lung parenchyma, pleura and airways. It is involved in treating pulmonary vascular disease, occupational, and environmental lung diseases.

Because pulmonologists are experts in respiratory failure and mechanical ventilation, they often oversee intensive care units, caring for critically ill patients. That’s why respiratory medicine often automatically involves training in critical care medicine. 

What procedures can you find at a Respiratory clinic? 

  • Blood tests
  • Arterial blood gas measurement
  • Spirometry and other pulmonary function test
  • Testing of bronchodilators, lung volumes, and diffusion capacity
  • Bronchoscopy
  • Bronchoalveolar lavage
  • Endobronchial and transbronchial biopsy
  • Epithelial brushing
  • Chest X-rays
  • CT scans 
  • Scintigraph
  • Positron emission tomography
  • Polysomnography (sleep studies)
  • Specialist procedures to get samples from the inside of the chest or lungs 
  • Lung Function Studies
  • Thoracentesis
  • Interstitial Lung Disease Evaluation
  • Chronic Cough Evaluation
  • Asthma/COPD Management & Evaluation
  • Stopping smoking 

What should you expect at the Respiratory clinic?

Your appointment will probably include plenty of questions to answer about your health, symptoms and lifestyle. The healthcare professional will carry out a basic breathing test called Spirometry, and perhaps some other checks. A specialist nurse or consultant will make a detailed assessment of your condition, recommend other tests if necessary, and if not create a treatment plan for you. Don’t forget to bring any relevant paperwork along with you, as well as a list of the medicines or inhalers you use.