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General medicine is mainly about preventing illness, diagnosing it, and using medicine to treat conditions in adults that don't need surgery. Physicians are doctors who have chosen to specialize in a certain area of medicine. Physicians have a lot of experience taking care of patients with illnesses that affect more than one system. This branch of medicine is also known as internal medicine. VR Revankar hospital is mostly about figuring out what's wrong with people and then giving them the right medicines to treat their illnesses. General medicine is a very broad field that includes a number of subspecialties.

Our Approach in General Medicine

VR Revankar Hospitals' Department of General Medicine provides comprehensive, preventative, and therapeutic care for a variety of health issues. Our knowledgeable and highly qualified doctors provide the best diagnostic and treatment services to many patients daily. VR Revankar Hospitals doctors are experts at treating undifferentiated and multisystem patients. Special care patients start in General Medicine. Our staff collaborates towards patient success. Doctors from different departments analyses each patient's condition to create a customized treatment plan.

Our Services in Paediatric

  • Rheumatology
  • Asthma
  • Oncology
  • Neurology
  • Cardiac disorders
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Endocrinology
  • Allergy
  • Geriatric medicine
  • Paediatric medicine
  • Rehabilitation medicine
  • Immunology

Treatments We Provide in General Medicine

    • Lumbar puncture
    • Pleural biopsy
    • Endotracheal intubation
    • Pleural Fluid Aspiration
    • Basic Ventilator Management


  • FAQs

    What kinds of medical checkups should I get, and how regularly should I get them?

    Your age, gender, and medical history of your family all play a vital role in determining which annual screenings you should participate in. Be sure that you have access to your medical records, and discuss with your primary care physician whether or if your family has a history of any specific diseases.

    Do all infections respond to antibiotic treatment?

    No. Antibiotics can only be used to treat certain diseases, including those caused by bacteria, fungus, and a few parasites. They are useless in the fight against viral infections of any kind. Viruses are the most common cause of respiratory illnesses such coughs, sore throats, the flu, and colds.

    What is the difference between internal medicine and general medicine?

    Internal medicine: This discipline of medicine is primarily concerned with the early identification, diagnosis, and treatment of disease and chronic conditions in adults. General Practice – Similar to family practice, general practice doctors can treat patients of any gender or age.

    What does a doctor of general medicine do?

    The common cold, cough, tonsils, fever, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorders, pneumonia, and lung fibrosis are just a few of the conditions that a general practitioner can treat. Their wide range of knowledge aids in the diagnosis of these and numerous other illnesses.

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We are dedicated to providing exceptional services to our patients. Our experienced team of nurses, and technicians are committed to delivering the latest advancements in diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of all disease.