Dr. Rakesh K. Chawla

( MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine, FCCP - Pulmonary Medicine, F.N.C.C.P. (INDIA) )

Pulmonologist

30 Year(s) experience

About

Dr. Rakesh Chawla, Sr. Consultant Respiratory Medicine, Critical Care and Sleep Disorders and Interventional Bronchoscopist has done his graduation and Post Graduation from PGIMS, Rohtak, Haryana in 1986. After doing Sr. Residency he went abroad and served there for approximately 8 ½ years with Excellent Services award with name published in International newspaper. He has published approx. 54 papers in national and International Journal and few are in pipeline in the topics of Bronchoscopic Interventions. He is attending routinely National(NAPCON & BRONCOCON) and International Conference (ATS,ACCP,ERS) every year in Respiratory Medicine.He has organized one of the best BRONCOCON 2014 in Delhi. He got his training in Sleep medicine from Royal Alfred Hospital Sydney, Australia and trained for medical thoracoscopy at Singapore General Hospital, Singapore. For Interventional Bronchoscopy he attended workshops in India and abroad i.e. Singapore, Munich (Germany), Japan (Tokyo) and attained expertise in doing all procedures in routine in the hospitals. Presently He is working as Sr. Consultant In Jaipur Golden Hospital every day, Saroj Super Speciality Hospital, Delhi every day and Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute, Delhi every day. He has his own clinic with name Dr. Rakesh Chawla’s Chest, Asthma, Allergy and Sleep disorder centre at Sector-3, Rohini, Delhi. You can watch him on Shakti TV (Dish) channel 751 every Sunday in Respiratory Update programme. All kind of tests related to the specialty of respiratory medicine are done. He is well versed with flexible and rigid bronchoscopy. We have complete umbrella of services in Respiratory Medicine under one roof in our departments. With his vast experience, he is among the most trusted doctors in India in the field Interventional Pulmonology (Including diagnostic, Interventional bronchoscopy and medical thoracoscopy) Sleep Medicine (Science of Snoring and Sleep Aponea). Very well experienced in tracheal stenting or airway stenting, Endo Bronchial electric cautery, APC, Cryobiopsy, Cryoablation and Balloon Bronchoplasty. Well trained with foreign body removal specially in children with rigid bronchoscope.He has state of the art sleep lab.for Home Based, hospital Based And Sleep Lab.based Sleep Studies. He is recipient of appreciation awards from Hon’ble Shri A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Sir. He has been awarded prestigious O.A. Sarna Oration and award at NAPCON 2015 Jaipur. He has been ceremoniously given Siropao at Gurdwara, Punjabi Bagh. Professional Experience 28 years experience. 2 years. Teaching, 8 years in MOH, KSA, Recently working as Senior Consultant, Deptt. of Respiratory Medicine, Critical Care and Sleep Disorder in Jaipur Golden Hospital, Saroj Super Specialty Hospital and Heart Institute and Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute. Fellowships: College of Chest Physicians (USA) College of Chest Physicians, INDIA Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine Specialty Interests: Pioneer in endobronchial placement of glue in cases of hemoptysis and BPF. Interventional Bronchoscopy including both Rigid and Flexible. Cryo recanilisation and cryobiopsies. Medical Thoracoscopy. Endobronchial Electric Surgery (EBES). Placement of Stents and Removal of Stents. Balloon Bronchoplasty. Percutaneous Tracheostomy Endobronchial Ultrasound (EBUS) (linear and Radial). Equipped with ALICE – 5 Sleep Lab with PDX and Ambulatory Somnography. Publications: Annexure -I 1. Histopathology & Bacteriological status of quiescent cases of pulmonary tuberculosis. Ind. Journal of Chest Disease & Allied Sciences. Vol.28, No.3, P. 116-121. 1985 2. Adenosine daeminase activity in pleural fluids-A diagnostic aid in Tuberculosis Pleural Effusion. Indian Journal of chest Dis. & Allied Sciences. Vol.27, No. 2, P.76-80, 1985. 3. Long acting triamcinolone acetonide in cases of bronchial asthma. Indian Journal of Chest Dis. & Allied Sciences. Vol. 28, No.4, Oct-Dec., (1986). 4. Tracheostomy tubes-{resenting as foreign Bodies in the tracheobronchial tree. Indian Journal of Chest Dis. & Allied Sciences. Vol. 29, No. 1, p.13-16, (1987). 5. Adenosine daeminase & T- Lymphocyto levels in patients with pleural effusion. Indian Journal of Chest Dis. & Allied Sciences 6. Enzyme linked immunosorbent assay in the diagnosis of tuberculous lymphadenitis. Indian Journal of Chest Dis. & Allied Sciences 7. Effect of Bromhexine on nasal mucous clearance in chronic maxillary sinusitis. Indian journal of chest Diseases & Allied Science. Vol. 30, No.3, 1988. Annexure II 1. Massive hemoptysis due to metastasis from adenocarcinoma prostate- An unusual presentation. Indian Journal of chest Dis. & Allied Sciences. Vol.27, No. 2, P.64-68, 1985. 2. Adenosine daeminase activity in pleural fluids-A diagnostic aid in Tuberculosis Pleural Effusion. Indian Journal of chest Dis. & Allied Sciences. Vol.27, No. 2, P.76-80, 1985. 3. Vocal nodule a cause of haemoptysis- An unusual presentation. Indian Journal of chest Dis. & Allied Sciences. Vol 27, No.3, p.198-199. (1985). 4. Laryngeal cyst causing haemoptysis- An unusual presentation. Indian Journal of Chest Dis. & Allied Sciences. Vol. 28, No. 1, P.50-51, (1986). 5. Giant Pulmonary cavity associated with systemic lupus erythematosus. Indian Journal of Chest Dis. & Allied Sciences. Vol. 28, No. 1, P.46-49, (1986). 6. B.C.G. Lupus. Indian Journal of Chest Dis. & Allied Sciences. Vol. 28, No.2, P. 84-87, (1986). 7. Long-acting triamcinolone acetonide in cases of bronchial asthma. Indian Journal of Chest Dis. & Allied Sciences. Vol. 28, No.4, Oct-Dec., (1986). 8. Ultracheostomy nusual Foreign bodies in Airways. Indian Journal of Chest Dis. & Allied Sciences. Vol. 29, No. 1, p.41-43, (1986). 9. Tracheostomy tubes-presenting as foreign Bodies in the tracheobronchial tree. Indian Journal of Chest Dis. & Allied Sciences. Vol. 29, No. 1, p.13-16, (1987). 10. Foreign bodies in airways in children-Five years experience. Indian Journal of Chest Dis. & Allied Sciences. Vol. 29, No. 2, p.77-80, (1987). 11. Tropical pulmonary Eosinophilia presents as pneumonic consolidation. Indian Journal of chest diseases & Allied Sciences. Vol. 29, No.3, 1987. 12. Adenosine deaminase & T- Lymphocyte levels in patients with pleural effusion. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis. 13. Comparative study of pleural biopsy done with the help of COPE’s and Abraham's needle. Indian Journal of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Vol.30, No.2, April-June 1988, P.88-92. 14. Cavernobronchopleuro cutaneous fistula-A case report. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis 15. Ectopic herniation of pulmonary cyst. Indian Journal of chest Diseases & allied Sciences Vol.30, No.2, p.136-40, 1988. 16. Tuberculosis sinusitis: A forgotten Entity. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, vol. 36,p187-188, 1989 17. Bronchiogenic cyst of the larynx A rare case report. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, vol. 31,p133-135, 1989. 18. Unusual Presentation Foreign bodies in Airways. (Bronchus) Indian journal of chest Diseases & Allied Science. Vol. 30, No.3, 1988. 19. Adrenergic functions in Naso bronchial allergy. Indian journal of chest Diseases & Allied Science. Vol. 30, No.2, 1988, P.84-87. 20. Nasal mucous clearance in certain nasal & paranasal sinus disorders. Indian journal of chest Diseases & Allied Science. Vol. 30, No.3, 1988. 21. Fine needle aspiration biopsy in suspected cases of malignancy lung. Indian journal of chest Diseases & Allied Science. Vol. 30, No.3, 1988. 22. Hydatid ruptured into the bronchus: Indian jr. Chest dis. & all. SCi.2010;52;239-240 23. Controlling hemoptysis-an alternative approach: Lung india.vol 27.issue2.apr-jun 2010 24. Bronchoscopic management of bronchopleural fistula with intrabronchial instillation of glue (n-butylcynoacrylate): Lung India. Vol. 29. Issue 1.Jan- Mar. 2012 25. Completely Opaque Hemithorax: Lung India vol. 31/ issue 4 Oct-Dec 2014 26. Tracheo-esophageal fistula: Successful Palliation after failed esophageal stent: Lung India vol. 29 issue 3 Jul-Sep 2012 27. Glue Therapy in Hemoptysis a new technique: Lung India vol. 29 issue 3 Jul-Sep 2012 Mother with daughters: Lung India vol. 29 issue 4 Oct-Dec 2012 28. Removal of self-expandable metallic airway stent: A rare case report: Lung India vol. 30 issue 1 Jan- Mar. 2013 29. Potato Swelling of Sternum: Lung India vol. 30 issue 3 Jul-Sep 2013 30. Hemoptysis secondary to actinomycosis – A rare presentation: Lung India vol. 31 issue 2 Apr-Jun 2011

Practice Locations

Dr Rakesh Chawla's Chest, Asthma Allergy And Sleep Clinic

#58, Pocket-C 12 ,Sector-3.
Landmark :Opposite To Naharpur Bus Stand.
Rohini, Delhi.

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Fees Rs.800

Specialization

Pulmonologist

All Services
  • Bronchoscopy
  • Medical Thoracoscopy
  • Interventional Bronchoscopy
  • Advanced life cardiac support
  • Rigid bronchoscopy for foreign bodies
  • Allergy testing
  • Sleep Disorder Studies
  • Pulmonary function testing
  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Experience

30 Year(s)