35% of Pakistan’s population was diagnosed with various lung diseases.
Thus, many diseases are common in Pakistan and are not going away, but 35% of the country’s population suffers from various lung diseases.
Dr. S. Zafar Yab Hussain, a member of Pakistan Chest Society, revealed at the 14th Binyl Chest Con Conference that smog and gas blockage in winter, wood and kerosene are spreading respiratory diseases, with 45% of the population in the country smoking and smoking Affected by which on the one hand lung cancer and on the other hand mouth and throat cancers are also becoming common.
At the conference, health experts discussed various topics including TB, pneumonia, asthma, respiratory diseases in sleep, chest ultrasound.
President of Pakistan Chest Society Prof. Nisar Ahmad Rao said that the new type of Corona is not very effective.
He said that in most cases of Omi Kroon, the symptoms do not appear, so the test confirms after diagnosis. However, it is not yet scientifically possible to say that this type is very dangerous, but in the current situation. It is important to adopt OPs, wear masks, social distance and cleanliness.
Dr. Mirza Saifullah Baig, Deputy Director, Chest Institute, Ojha and a member of Pakistan Chest Society, while highlighting the situation of TB in Pakistan at the conference, said that TB is disappearing in the world and unfortunately its cases are increasing in Pakistan. B-patient transmits TB to ten people in a year Pakistan is the fifth country in the world with the highest number of TB cases 160 out of every 100,000 people get TB
At the conference, gynecologists from other countries, including the United States, Italy and the United Kingdom, participated in various sessions online.