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Dr. A. Nagarajan
Pneumonia · Interstitial lung disease
Kauvery Hospital - Cantonment
Tamil Nadu, India
6, Royal Rd, Cantonment, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu 620001, India
Dr. A. Nagarajan specializes in proficiently treating pneumonia and Interstitial lung disease. He is currently working dedicatedly at the Kauvery Hospital - Cantonment, Tamil Nadu, India. He completed his M.B.B.S. from Stanley Medical College & Hospital, Chennai, in 1972. He has also done a diploma in T.B. and Chest Diseases (D.T.C.D.) from Madras Medical College, Chennai, and D.N.B. (Diploma of National Board), respiratory diseases from Amritha Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi. Dr. A. Nagarajan collaborates with the patients to design the best-suited treatment plan for pneumonia. The type of pneumonia the patient has, how sick he is, his age, and whether the patient has any other health problems all influence the treatment options. His therapeutic goals are to cure the infection while also preventing consequences. Dr. A. Nagarajan begins by gathering information about the patient's medical history and performing a physical examination, which includes listening to lungs with a stethoscope for abnormal bubbling or crackling sounds that could indicate pneumonia. The patient will be given an antibiotic if his pneumonia is caused by bacteria. Dr. A. Nagarajan might prescribe an antiviral medication if the patient has viral pneumonia. If the pneumonia is severe enough to require hospitalization, he may give intravenous fluids and antibiotics, as well as oxygen therapy and other breathing treatments. If you're facing any symptoms of pneumonia such as chest pain when you breathe or cough, cough that produces phlegm or mucus, fatigue and loss of appetite, fever, sweating, and chills, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, and shortness of breath, you must consult Dr. A. Nagarajan right away. He has years of experience treating pneumonia patients successfully and has maintained a high success rate.