Bronchoscopy

Bronchoscopy in Ram Krishna Chest hospital in Patna ,it is a test that allows to examine your airways. We will thread an instrument called a bronchoscope through your nose and down your throat to reach your lungs. The bronchoscope is made of a flexible fiber -optic material and has a light source and a viewing device or camera on the end. Most bronchoscopes are compatible with color video, which helps us document their findings ,In our Chest hospital in Patna ,it is the best and affordable facility are available .
Using the bronchoscope, in Ram Krishna Chest hospital we can view all of the structures that make up your respiratory system including your larynx, trachea, and the smaller airways of your lungs, which include the bronchi and bronchioles.
A local anesthetic spray is applied to your nose and throat during a bronchoscopy. You’ll probably get a sedative to help you relax. This means that you’ll be awake but drowsy during the procedure. Oxygen is usually given during a bronchoscopy. General anaesthesia is rarely needed.
You’ll need to avoid eating or drinking anything for six to 12 hours before the bronchoscopy. Before the procedure, ask your doctor if you need to stop taking:
Aspirin,ibuprofen,warfarin,other blood thinners. Bring someone with you to your appointment or arrange for transportation to drive you home afterwards.