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Ksct प्रस्तुत कर रही है I LD का पुख्ता इलाज़

  1. Ksct प्रस्तुत कर रही है I LD का पुख्ता इलाज़ 

कमसे कम हम ऐसे दो मामलों से परिचित हैं जिनमें से एक का सम्बन्ध तत्कालीन पूर्व अध्यक्ष आर्य समाज की बड़ी पुत्र 

वधु से रहा है जो स्वयं भी इस केंद्र में आकर नवजीवन प्राप्त कर चुकें हैं जिसकी विस्तार से चर्चा हम अपनी  पूर्व पोस्ट 

सोमवार, 13 अप्रैल 2015


कोणार्क चिकित्सा केंद्र :कुछ चिकित्सा मामले एक विहंगावलोक)


में कर चुकें हैं। 

दूसरा मामला ILD के तहत Lung Fibrosis का है जो की अब से  तकरीबन दो माह पुराना हो चला है। कार्टिको-स्टीरॉइड्स पे ले देके चलता यह मरीज़ न रुकने वाली  खांसी से पैदा बे -दमी सांस लेने में बेहद की तकलीफ से आज़िज़ आकर तब यहां पहुंचा जब उक्त स्टीरॉइड्स भी बे -असर सिद्ध होने लगे थे ।खांसी किसी भी प्रकार रुकने का नाम नहीं ले रही थी।  दो महीने के इलाज़ के अंदर ही लगातार (24x7)चलती  दमतोड़ खांसी     में इसे उल्लेखनीय फायदा हुआ है। बेशक पूर्ण स्वास्थ्य लाभ में अभी वक्त लगेगा। कुलमिलाकर दो साल तक इलाज़ चलने की संभावना है।  लेकिन पूर्ण स्वास्थ्य लाभ के प्रति मरीज़ अभी से आश्वस्त है।जीवन चल निकला है अपनी ढाल पे अपनी चाल से।

गौर तलब है  उक्त मरीज़ को Allopathy के विशेषज्ञों के द्वारा साफ़ कह दिया गया था कि आप अधिकतम दो साल तक स्टीरॉइड्स की मदद पर ज़िंदा रह पाएंगे।  

आप भी जानें क्या है यह ILD ?

Interstitial lung disease is a general category that includes many different lung conditions. All interstitial lung diseases affect the interstitium, a part of the lungs' anatomic structure.
The interstitium is a lace-like network of tissue that extends throughout both lungs. The interstitium provides support to the lungs' microscopic air sacs (alveoli). Tiny blood vessels travel through the interstitium, allowing gas exchange between blood and the air in the lungs. Normally, the interstitium is so thin it can't be seen on chest X-rays or CT scans.






  1. What is Interstitial Lung Disease ?

  2. Interstitial (in-tur-STISH-ul) lung disease describes a large group of disorders, most of which cause progressive scarring of lung tissue. The scarring associated with interstitial lung disease eventually affects your ability to breathe and get enough oxygen into your bloodstream.

  3. Interstitial lung disease can be caused by long-term exposure to hazardous materials, such as asbestos. Some types of autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, also can cause interstitial lung disease. In most cases, however, the causes remain unknown.
  4. Once lung scarring occurs, it's generally irreversible. Medications may slow the damage of interstitial lung disease, but many people never regain full use of their lungs. Lung transplant is an option for some people who have interstitial lung disease.

Symptoms :

The primary signs and symptoms of interstitial lung disease include:
  • Shortness of breath at rest or aggravated by exertion
  • Dry cough
When to see a Dr

By the time symptoms appear, irreversible lung damage has often already occurred. Nevertheless, it's important to see your doctor at the first sign of breathing problems. Many conditions other than interstitial lung disease can affect your lungs, and getting an early and accurate diagnosis is important for proper treatment.

  1. What is interstitial lung disease?


    Interstitial lung disease includes a group of diseases that have thickening of the supporting tissues between the air sacs of the lungs as the common factor. The interstitium is a thin layer of tissue that is normally appears as a fine lace on X-rays or imaging studies (best visualized as the appearance of a sponge).

    Interstitial lung disease results from a variety of causes that lead to thickening of the supporting tissue around the air sacs rather than the air sacs themselves. Interstitial lung disease usually involves all of the lungs diffusely rather than affecting only one area.

    Disease of the interstitium is recognized on imaging studies as a thick lace (sponge), sometimes symmetric, and in other types, scattered and irregular.
    Several terms related to interstitial lung disease have been used to describe this condition, including "interstitial pneumonia." However, since "pneumonia" is usually associated with an infection, some doctors choose to use the term "interstitial pneumonitis" to refer to inflammation in the interstitial space since many of the causes of this inflammation are not infections. "Interstitial fibrosis" is the term used to refer to the scarring of the lungs that can result from prolonged interstitial inflammation. Interstitial lung disease can be acute (coming on suddenly) or chronic (occurring over time).  Continue Reading

  2. End-stage pulmonary fibrosis of unknown origin, taken from an autopsy in the 1980s. Interstitial lung disease (ILD), also known as diffuse parenchymal lung disease (DPLD), refers to a group of lung diseases affecting the interstitium (the tissue and space around the air sacs of the lungs).
  3. Symptoms of Interstitial Lung Disease

    The most common symptom of all forms of interstitial lung disease is shortness of breath. Nearly all people with interstitial lung disease will experience breathlessness, which may get worse over time.
    Other symptoms of interstitial lung disease include:
    • Cough, which is usually dry and nonproductive.
    • Weight loss, most often in people with COP or BOOP.

    In most forms of interstitial lung disease, the shortness of breath develops slowly (over months). In interstitial pneumonias or acute interstitial pneumonitis, symptoms come on more rapidly (in hours or days).
  4. Diagnosis of Interstitial Lung Disease

    People with interstitial lung disease usually come to see a doctor due to concern about shortness of breath or cough. Imaging tests of the lungs are usually done to identify the problem.
    Chest X-ray: A simple chest X-ray is the first test in the evaluation of most people with a breathing problem. Chest X-ray films in people with interstitial lung disease may show fine lines in the lungs.
    Computed tomography (CT scan): A CT scanner takes multiple X-rays of the chest and a computer creates detailed images of the lungs and surrounding structures. Interstitial lung disease can usually be seen on a CT scan.
    High-resolution CT scan: If interstitial lung disease is suspected, using certain CT scanner settings can improve the images of the interstitium. This increases the CT scan's ability to detect interstitial lung disease.
    Pulmonary function testing: A person sits in a sealed plastic booth and breathes through a tube. People with interstitial lung disease may have a reduced total lung capacity. They may also have a decreased ability to transfer oxygen from their lungs into their blood.

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