Internal Medicine

Internal medicine is a field of medicine that assists in the general treatment of a broad variety of diseases in a patient, including both common illnesses and complicated long-term medical disorders. Internal medicine specialists are known as ‘internists’ and the ‘doctor’s doctor’ because they are often called by other physicians to assist in solving diagnostic issues.

The following procedures are carried out in the department of internal medicine:

Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology (FNAC): This test is used to detect if a mass is cancerous. This technique is also used to screen for diseases of the salivary glands, thyroid, or lymph nodes.

Pleural Aspiration is a technique that includes introducing a needle or tube into the pleural space (the area between the lung and the chest wall) to remove excess fluid surrounding the lungs.

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Aspiration of a Liver Abscess: The abscess (collection of pus) in the liver is drained and checked for illnesses.

Ultrasound (US) Guided Liver Biopsy: Ultrasound guidance is used to remove tissue samples from the liver to identify liver dysfunctions, grade the disease, aid in prognosis, and design particular treatment methods.

Lumbar Puncture: Also known as a spinal tap, this technique involves collecting a sample of cerebrospinal fluid from your lower back using a needle (lumbar region).

This test, also known as a blood flow study, utilises high-frequency sound waves to identify irregular blood flow in your arteries and veins.

Ultrasound (US) Guided Pleural Tap: A pleural tap, also known as thoracentesis, is used to drain excess fluid from the pleural area. The technique involves injecting a needle guided by ultrasonography into the body to eliminate excess fluid build up (called a pleural effusion). Ultrasound guidance has been shown to decrease the number of problems associated with pleural disease management treatments.

Why choose CDAS?

CDAS Department of Internal Medicine provides both inpatient and outpatient treatments for the management of patients with common and chronic illnesses, including primary care and hospital care. Infectious illnesses are a significant issue in this area, and the department deals with a huge number of them, including influenza, hepatitis, TB, pneumonia, malaria, endocarditis, acute fever and other tropical diseases. The department includes a facility for infectious patients who need isolation as well as an ICU (intensive care unit) that is fully equipped.

Furthermore, we are concerned not just with the total amount and quality of treatment, but we are also becoming more dedicated to creating specialised programmes and improvements in care management to enhance patient satiety and safety.We in the Department of Internal Medicine are confident in our ability to achieve excellence in research, clinical treatment, and education.The department is dedicated to faculty development via continuing education programmes, as well as continual quality improvement in its services through the use of best practises.


What occurs on the first visit?

An allocated physician will investigate all of the patient’s basic information before reviewing the present injury or illness. Further diagnostic tests or therapy will be suggested based on the results.

What are the most frequent medical problems that adults face?

Aside from the four chronic diseases of cancer, diabetes, stroke, and heart disease, adults are affected by allergies, anaemia, arthritis, blood pressure, cholesterol issues, digestive disorders, colon disease, thyroid disorders, urine and bladder problems, tendonitis and bursitis, and a variety of other medical conditions.

Should you see a doctor even if you believe you are in good health?

It is critical to follow up with yearly health checks. This will allow you to keep an eye on a number of risk factors that may lead to complicated problems in the future.

Is it possible to avoid injuries or illnesses in adults?

There are many medical problems that may be avoided, and various programmes are in place to help adults maintain their health. However, not all medical conditions are entirely avoidable.

Services Offered

Disease Prevention
Preventive Health Check-ups
Medical Support for Surgery Patients
Management of patients with extensive clinical requirements
Chronic Disorders Management
Screening Clinics
Patient Specific Medical Care
Inpatient Treatment
Chronic & Complex Multi-organs Diseases Management
Pre-operative Clinic for
optimizing medical co-morbidities

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