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Tracheostomy Cost in Gurgaon

Tracheostomy is a procedure to create an opening in the neck to access the trachea and insert a hollow tube to help in breathing. The tube may be connected to an oxygen supply source or to a ventilator.

About Tracheostomy

Tracheostomy is a procedure to create an opening in the neck to access the trachea and insert a hollow tube to help in breathing. The tube may be connected to an oxygen supply source or to a ventilator.

In most cases, tracheostomy is a temporary procedure and the tube is removed after breathing becomes normal. It is one of the most frequently performed procedures in critically ill patients. 

Tracheostomy decreases airway resistance and the patient’s dependence on mechanical ventilation may also be reduced. 

Top Doctor for Tracheostomy in Gurgaon

Dr. Anand Jaiswal

MBBS, MD - Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases, Fellowship - TB Research and Operations

Director - Respiratory and Sleep Medicine

1 Awards, 32 Years

Rupees 1200 Faq

Registration FREE + 10% Off on Fee

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Dr. Manoj Kumar Goel

MBBS, MD, Diploma (Interventional Pulmonology)

Director & HOD - Pulmonology & Sleep Medicine

1 Awards, 26 Years

Rupees 1200 Faq

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Dr. Bornali Datta

MBBS, MD - General Medicine

Associate Director - Respiratory and Sleep Medicine

20 Years

Rupees 1000 Faq

Registration FREE + 10% Off on Fee

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Dr. Himanshu Garg

MBBS, MD - Respiratory Medicine, Fellowship

Senior Consultant - Pulmonology

2 Awards, 19 Years

Rupees 1000 Faq

Offer - 10% Off on OPD Fee

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Dr. Kailash Nath Gupta

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine, DNB

Consultant - Pulmonology

14 Years

Rupees 800 Faq

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More Information on Tracheostomy

Indication

Tracheostomy is recommended when:

  • The upper airway is blocked/obstructed due to swelling, tumor, injury, infection, burn or a foreign object that cannot be removed 
  • Secretions/fluids have to be removed from the airway as in case of serious lung infection or when blood is filled in the airway due to a major injury
  • Inability to breath normally as due to a severe injury, when there is damage to lungs as is cystic fibrosis or when the swallowing muscles are paralyzed 
  • There is need for long term mechanical ventilation as in comatose patients

Pre-Procedure

Tracheostomy is usually performed in emergency situations in an ICU or in an operating room.  

During-Procedure

Tracheostomy is performed under general anesthesia. However in an emergency situation, when there is no time to give general anesthesia, the procedure may be performed under local anesthesia. 

The patient’s heart rhythm and oxygen saturation are continuously monitored during the procedure. 

An incision is made in the neck, an opening is made in the middle of the trachea and then a tracheostomy tube is inserted in this opening below the larynx. 

Post-Procedure

  • The patient will take a few days to adapt to breathing and talking with a tracheostomy tube.
  • If the patient is on ventilation, then speaking will not be possible. 
  • The initial tube placed at the time of surgery may be changed after a few days. 
  • Antibiotics are given to reduce the risk of infection. 
  • Before leaving the hospital, the tracheostomy tube may be removed and the opening will be closed.
  • However when the tube is needed for a long period of time, home care instructions on changing & cleaning the tube and suctioning the trachea will be given. People gradually adapt to a normal lifestyle with a permanent tracheostomy tube.

Risk and Complication

  • There is risk of reaction to anesthetic medications, excessive bleeding, infection and nerve injury during the procedure. 
  • Rarely, the voice box or larynx may be damaged and rarely the tracheostomy tube may erode the surrounding structures.
  • Air may be trapped around the lungs or in the chest.
  • There may be scarring of the neck.
     

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Top Doctor for Tracheostomy in Gurgaon

Dr. Anand Jaiswal

MBBS, MD - Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases, Fellowship - TB Research and Operations

Director - Respiratory and Sleep Medicine

1 Awards, 32 Years

Rupees 1200 Faq

Registration FREE + 10% Off on Fee

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Dr. Manoj Kumar Goel

MBBS, MD, Diploma (Interventional Pulmonology)

Director & HOD - Pulmonology & Sleep Medicine

1 Awards, 26 Years

Rupees 1200 Faq

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Dr. Bornali Datta

MBBS, MD - General Medicine

Associate Director - Respiratory and Sleep Medicine

20 Years

Rupees 1000 Faq

Registration FREE + 10% Off on Fee

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Dr. Himanshu Garg

MBBS, MD - Respiratory Medicine, Fellowship

Senior Consultant - Pulmonology

2 Awards, 19 Years

Rupees 1000 Faq

Offer - 10% Off on OPD Fee

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Dr. Kailash Nath Gupta

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine, DNB

Consultant - Pulmonology

14 Years

Rupees 800 Faq

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Dr. Arunesh Kumar

MBBS, Post Graduate Residency in Chest & TB, MRCP

Senior Consultant - Respiratory Medicine/Pulmonology

22 Years

Rupees 800 Faq

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Dr. Piyush Goel

MBBS, MD - Pulmonary Medicine, FNB - Critical Care and Emergency Medicine

Consultant - Pulmonology & Critical Care

8 Years

Rupees 1200 Faq

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Dr. Ajay Kumar

MBBS, MD - Pulmonology

Senior Consultant - Pulmonology

19 Years

Rupees 1000 Faq

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Dr. Pratibha Dogra

MBBS, MD - Respiratory Medicine, Fellowship - Sleep Medicine

Senior Consultant - Pulmonology

13 Years

Rupees 800 Faq

Offer - 10% Off on OPD Fee

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Dr. Swapnil Mehta

MBBS, MD - General Medicine, DM - Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine

Consultant - Pulmonology

7 Years

Rupees 400 Faq

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