MedAdvisor Pulmonology

Pulmonology, treatment of respiratory organs abroad

Pulmonology is the area of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of respiratory diseases. This specialty relates to the therapeutic, medical and physiotherapeutic methods of treatment are practiced.


The physiological role of the lungs is not limited to gas exchange. This vital organ is also involved in water, salt and lipid metabolism, helps maintain the body's acid-base balance, and is responsible for thermoregulation.

The severity of diseases associated with the respiratory system, makes everyone know when to contact a pulmonologist. Often the therapist directs the patient to this specialist, identifying pulmonary pathology for some specific symptoms.

When consultation, inspection and treatment at the pulmonologist is needed:

Malignant diseases of the lungs and pleura, bronchial carcinoma and mesothelioma require modern endoscopic and tomographic diagnostic methods. Thoracic surgeons, oncologists, radiologists, pulmonologists and other specialists participate in the treatment process.

Procedures that pulmonologists most often perform in foreign clinics:


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