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25% discount on Consultation for Allergy at GPCC, Navrangpura


25% discount on Consultation for Allergy, Chronic cough, Sneezing, Skin rashes, Hives, Asthama and related diseases at GPCC- Gujarat Pulmonary and Critical Care Clinic.

GPCC is Gujarat Pulmonary and Critical Care Clinic, a state of the art medical set up by a group of Critical Care Specialists and Pulmonary Disease Experts : Dr. Raj Rawal, Dr. Ajay Jain, Dr. Ajay Shah and Dr. Janak Bhavasar.

The set up has facilities for consultations, counseling, procedures and treatements for all types of allergic and lung diseases and their complications including:

  1. Allergic rhinitis (hay fever or “indoor/outdoor,” “seasonal,” “perennial” or “nasal” allergies)
  2. Allergic asthma (asthma symptoms triggered by an allergic reaction)
  3. Food Allergy
  4. Drug Allergy
  5. Anaphylaxis (extreme response to a food or drug allergy)
  6. Latex Allergy:
  7. Insect Sting/Bite Allergy
  8. Urticaria (hives, skin allergy)
  9. Atopic Dermatitis (eczema, skin allergy)
  10. Contact Dermatitis (skin allergy)
  11. Allergic Conjunctivitis (eye allergy)
  12. Other allergy related diseases.

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Consultation, Counseling, Diagnosis and Treatment for the different types of allergies such as:

Allergic rhinitis (hay fever or “indoor/outdoor,” “seasonal,” “perennial” or “nasal” allergies): Characterized by nasal stuffiness, sneezing, nasal itching, clear nasal discharge, and itching of the roof of the mouth and/or ears.

Allergic asthma (asthma symptoms triggered by an allergic reaction): Characterized by airway obstruction that is at least partially reversible with medication and is always associated with allergy. Symptoms include coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath or rapid breathing, chest tightness, and occasional fatigue and slight chest pain.

Food Allergy: Most prevalent in very young children and frequently outgrown, food allergies are characterized by a broad range of allergic reactions. Symptoms may include itching or swelling of lips or tongue; tightness of the throat with hoarseness; nausea and vomiting; diarrhea; occasionally chest tightness and wheezing; itching of the eyes; decreased blood pressure or loss of consciousness and anaphylaxis.

Drug Allergy: Is characterized by a variety of allergic responses affecting any tissue or organ. Drug allergies can cause anaphylaxis; even those patients who do not have life-threatening symptoms initially may progress to a life-threatening reaction.

Anaphylaxis (extreme response to a food or drug allergy): Characterized by life-threatening symptoms. This is a medical emergency and the most severe form of allergic reaction. Symptoms include a sense of impending doom; generalized warmth or flush; tingling of palms, soles of feet or lips; light-headedness; bloating and chest tightness. These can progress into seizures, cardiac arrhythmia, shock and respiratory distress. Possible causes can be medications, vaccines, food, latex, and insect stings and bites.

Latex Allergy: An allergic response to the proteins in natural, latex rubber characterized by a range of allergic reactions. Persons at risk include healthcare workers, patients having multiple surgeries and rubber-industry workers. Symptoms include hand dermatitis, eczema and urticaria; sneezing and other respiratory distress; and lower respiratory problems including coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath.

Insect Sting/Bite Allergy: Characterized by a variety of allergic reactions; stings cannot always be avoided and can happen to anyone. Symptoms include pain, itching and swelling at the sting site or over a larger area and can cause anaphylaxis. Insects that sting include bees, hornets, wasps, yellow jackets, and fire and harvest ants.

Urticaria (hives, skin allergy): A reaction of the skin, or a skin condition commonly known as hives. Characterized by the development of itchy, raised white bumps on the skin surrounded by an area of red inflammation. Acute urticaria is often caused by an allergy to foods or medication.

Atopic Dermatitis (eczema, skin allergy): A chronic or recurrent inflammatory skin disease characterized by lesions, scaling and flaking; it is sometimes called eczema. In children, it may be aggravated by an allergy or irritant.

Contact Dermatitis (skin allergy): Characterized by skin inflammation; this is the most common occupational disease representing up to 40 percent of all occupational illnesses. Contact dermatitis is one of the most common skin diseases in adults. It results from the direct contact with an outside substance with the skin. There are currently about 3,000 known contact allergens.

Allergic Conjunctivitis (eye allergy): Characterized by inflammation of the eyes; it is the most common form of allergic eye disease. Symptoms can include itchy and watery eyes and lid distress. Allergic conjunctivitis is also commonly associated with the presence of other allergic diseases such as atopic dermatitis, allergic rhinitis and asthma.

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  • Prior appointment mandatory.
  • For further terms contact the center.
  • Subject to availability of staff and equipments.

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