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Year : 1989  |  Volume : 7  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 119-121

Respiratory Disease Pattern In A Large Referral Hospital In India

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S. K Jindal

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Out-patient records of 7834 new patients and their follow up in the Chest Clinic of a large referral hospital were analysed to find the respiratory disease pattern and other demographic characteristics. Respiratory laboratory data of the same period was also looked into. The general distribution of disease pattern was: obstructive, 40%; infective, 39.4%; neoplastic, 1.1%; interstitial, 1.1%; pleural, 9.2% and others 1.9%.

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