Best General Physicians For Pneumonia Treatment In Pakistan

Prof. Dr. Talat Naheed

(4.7 / 5)

(303 Reviews)

Prof. Dr. Talat Naheed

General Physician, Internal Medicine

MBBS, MCPS, Doctorate of Medicine in Gastroenterology, F.C.C.P. (U.S.A.) F.R.C.P.(EDIN) F.R.C.P.(London)

Professor with experience of 35 years

Dr. Mujahid Israr

(4.7 / 5)

(197 Reviews)

Dr. Mujahid Israr

Liver Specialist, General Physician, Internal Medicine, Gastroenterologist

MBBS, FCPS (Gastroenterology), FCPS (Internal Medicine)

Assistant Professor with experience of 11 years

Dr. Imran Taqi

(4.9 / 5)

(124 Reviews)

Dr. Imran Taqi

General Physician, Internal Medicine, Gastroenterologist

MBBS, FCPS (Medicine)

Consultant with experience of 16 years

Dr. Sami Ullah Mumtaz

(5 / 5)

(29 Reviews)

Dr. Sami Ullah Mumtaz

General Physician, Internal Medicine

B.Sc ,MBBS(KE), FCPS (Medicine)

Assistant Professor with experience of 12 years

Frequently Asked Questions

The fee for specialists of Pneumonia in Pakistan varies from PKR 500-3000 depending upon doctor's experience and qualification.

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Many viruses and bacteria that cause pneumonia can already live in the nose or throat. Your immune system usually keeps you away from your lungs. However, your immune system can be weakened because it is already fighting another disease or due to some other factors like organ transplantation. In addition, immune power decreases with age. Therefore, the risk of pneumonia is higher if you are over 65 years.

Pneumonia is an infection that infects air sacs in one or both lungs. Airbags can become filled with fluid or pus (purulent substance) and cause cough with mucus or pus, fever, chills, and shortness of breath. Different organisms, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi, can cause pneumonia. Pneumonia can be serious and can range from mild to deadly. This situation is particularly serious for infants and young children, for people over 65, as well as for people with health problems or a weak immune system.

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