About Doctor


Dr. Ravindra Sanglikar
M.D (Bom) Pulmonologist, Bronchoscopist, Critical Care Specialist

Dr. Ravindra Sanglikar, Pulmologist, educated from G.S Medical College and K.E.M Hospital (M.B.B.S) and M.D in Pulmunology medicine from T.N. Medical College and Nair Hospital Mumbai. Post M.D. he was teacher and training undergraduate and post graduate and post graduate medical student in Nair Hospital for 11 years.
Being academician, he published 20 papers in National and International Journals, presented in various conferences. Taken lectures on TB and HIV under RNTCP.


Consultant pulmonologist, specialist in treating pulmonary and various extra- pulmonary TB , MDR-TB, and XDR – TB, Asthma (COPD, ILD), Lung Cancer and critically ill patients. Bronchoscopist, sleep disorder specialist.


-Balaji Hospital and Advance Chest Centre, Thane (W).

-Vedant Hospital, Vartak  Nagar, Thane (W).

-S.S. Hospital, Kalher, Thane.

OPD Timings: Monday, Wednesday, Friday – 4 p.m to 6 p.m

What Procedure You Do:

Bronchoscopy for diagnosis o lung cancer, TB, ILD, Foreign body removal, Laser therapy through bronchoscopic, pleural fluid taping, pleural biospy, Thoraeoscopy, Ploysomnography (PSG / Sleep Study) for diagnosis of sleep apnae syndrome, conducting special OPD for MDL – TB, Asthma, Sleep Disorder Breathing (OS AS)

Coordinating with consultants 1992 to1995

M.D (Chest Medicine)

Topiwala National  Medical College And Nair Municipal General Hospital, Mumbai.

 Work similar to SENIOR HOUSE OFFICER (1992 TO 1995)

Topiwala National Municipal Medical College And Nair Municipal General Hospital, Mumbai, is a 1600 bed university teaching tertiary and multi-specialty municipal general hospital and referral center located in Mumbai city, India.  It has a heavy inpatient and outpatient load.

  • Work up management and follow up of cases.
  • Assisting seniors in the care of high-risk patients and ICU patients.
  • Emergency duties: attending all types of emergencies.
  • Attending and examining patients in General medicine OPD.
  • During the last two years, involved in supervising the work of junior residents in chest medicine wards, OPD and ICU
  • Was posted in different super specialty departments like Internal medicine and Cardiology.
  • Emergencies and routine cares.

Teaching Experience of postgraduate M.D students of the chest and TB 1996-2005.

Used to take lectures and clinics for undergraduates (M.B.B.S) and Junior Resident doctors (postgraduate students) including supervision of their clinical work.

  • Arrangements of Conferences conducted by the department.
  • Acted as an expert in conducting university examinations for undergraduates (MBBS) and postgraduate (MD-Chest medicine) at the Department of Medicine, Topiwala Municipal Medical College And Nair Municipal General Hospital, Mumbai, India.
  • Supervision of Residents doctors, Nursing staff on duties and medical store.

Medical Officer

Worked for 1 year as a casualty Medical Officer in Nair Hospital.

Pursuing MD and working at Nair Hospital Chest medicine department, Mumbai  1992-2007

Medical Intensive & Cardiac Care and Post Surgical & Trauma Care Unit                      

  • Work up, management and follow up of cases.
  • Performing various procedures like endotracheal intubation, central line insertion, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation, IABP and Swan Ganz Catheter insertions and they are subsequent 
  • Care of patients on ventilatory support.
  • Consultation service to the other departments of the hospital and to specialized units.
  • Medico-legal work including certification of cases in a consultant capacity independently for the purposes of medical boards and various courts.
  • Deals with cases from general medicine as well as cardiology, nephrology, neurology, gastroenterology, hematology, infectious diseases, endocrinology, neurosurgery, trauma, and general surgery

In Intensive Cardiac Care – Nair Hospital experience

  • Attending cardiology OPD
  • Underwent training in Electrocardiography
  • Insertion of Central lines
  • Insertion of temporary cardiac pacemakers
  • Management of various cardiac emergencies inwards, ICU/MICU
  • Assisting coronary angiography
  • Basic & Advanced Life Support.
  • Arterial Blood Gas: Procedure, Interpretation & subsequent Management.
  • Abdominal Paracentesis: Procedure, Interpretation & subsequent Management.
  • Thoracocentesis: Procedure, Interpretation & subsequent Management.
  • Lumbar Puncture: Procedure, Interpretation & subsequent Management.
  • Bone marrow (Aspiration, Biopsy): Procedure, Interpretation & subsequent Management.
  • Central Line Insertion: Basilic, Internal Jugular, Subclavian à Procedure, Interpretation   subsequent Management.
  • Arterial Line Insertion for invasive blood pressure monitoring.
  • Management of various cardiac arrhythmias.
  • Cardiac Pacing: Temporary Pacemaker (External) Insertion
  • Fibreoptic Bronchoscopy
  • Polysomnography: Analysis and interpretation [sleep study]


  • Critical care medicine
  • Respiratory infections
  • T.B and MDR-TB
  • Allergic diseases –Asthma
  • COPD
  • Occupational Lung diseases
  • Interstitial Lung diseases
  • Lung malignancy
  • Sleep disorder in respiratory medicine
  1. Pulmonary manifestation in Ankylosing Spondylitis: JAPI,1995: Vol 43, NO.7:507-508.
  2. Pleuro –Pulmonary Amoebiasis:Lung India,1997:XY,No.4 1986:88.
  3. Self-limiting pleural effusion: Medical puls: Dec 1997.
  4. Recurrent Pulmonary suppuration in a child .India Jr. Chest Dis and Allied Sci,1994:41;101-103.
  5. The collar sing: Postgraduate med 2000:76.;2
  6. A lung cyst following blunt chest trauma: Postgrad Med 2000:76.
  7. Pulmonary heart syndrome. Medical update 1998 June.
  8. An unusual lung mass India J Chest Dis and Allied Sci 1998:40;55-58.
  9. Not every wheez is asthma.Medical pulse;1998,Vol no .7.
  10. Iatrogenic chylothorax with mediastinal lymphadenopathy misdiagnosed as T.B. Paediatric Medicine
  11. Spontaneous vocal cord paralysis in pulmonary vocal syndrome.JAPI;1997, Vol.45, No.8.
  12. Corpulmonal due to chronic lung disease and multinodular goiter. Improvement after subtotal thyroidectomy. Lung India,1997,XV;No.2:87-88.
  13. Bochdalek hernia presentation in an adult.JAPI,1996,Vol 44,No3:214-215.
  14. The clinical spectrum of dyskinetic cilia syndrome; JAPI,1997, Vol.45, No9:699-700.
  15. Obstructive sleep Apnoea syndrome.JAPI,1995:Vol 45.11;799-800.
  16. Viral Hepatitis B with pleural complication. JAPI.1997,Vol 45,No11,893.
  1. Organize National conference on pulmonary diseases (NAPCON) held in Mumbai in 2001 and 9th ARSR and10th TPAIS held in Mumbai in 2004.
  2. Presented Poster on dyskinetic cilia syndrome in NAPCON 1994.
  3. Attended critical care conference in 2012.

Workshops Attended

  1. Zonal workshop (west zone) for the establishment of zonal and state task force for revised national tuberculosis control programme (RNTCP) in L.T.M medical college in Mumbai in 2003.
  2. Participated in HIV/AIDS capacity building training programme and workshop for primary care providers under WHARE(Wockhardt HMI HIV/AIDS education and research foundation)conducted in 2003.
  3. Attended and participated in Core committee members training programme on implementation of RNTCP in medical college organized by Maharashtra state tuberculosis control society 2004.
  4. Written book on TUBERCULOSIS RECENT ADVANCES sponsors and published by Panacea Biotec pharmaceutical company in 2001.
  1. Role of Doxycycline in LRTI, Project no.352 sponsor: PFIZER.
  2. Phogenzyme in Tuberculosis. Project no. 415, sponsor; BHARAT SERUM AND VACCINES.
  3. Efficiency and tolerability of “R” salbutamol in bronchial asthma. Project no.457, sponsor; CIPLA.
  4. Evaluation of safety and efficiency of seroflo 100 micrograms, a fixed dose combination of salmeterol and fluticasone vs increasing dose of fluticasone in a patient with asthma. Project no.502, sponsor; CIPLA.
  5. Comparative efficiency of Zafirlukast vs placebo in bronchial asthma. Project no. 520, sponsor; UNICHEM.
  6. Evaluation of efficacy and tolerability of montelukast in chronic persistent asthma.Project no.525, sponsor; KOPRAN PHARMACEUTICALS.
  7. Study of the efficacy and safety of tiotropium in COPD.Project no541, sponsor; CIPLA.
  8. Study of the effect of Roflumilast in stable COPD.Project no.541, sponsor; ZYDUS BYK.
  9. Cefuroxime axetil to compare the efficacy and safety of cefuroxime axial(extended release formula) give once daily in the treatment of respiratory infection. Sponsor; LUPIN.
  10. An open-label study to evaluate the efficacy of four drug FDC(SCC-4) a new once a dry powder formulation containing Rifampicin 450, INH 225, ETB 825MG and PZA 1200mg for sputum conversion daily administration during the intensive phase in new smear-positive patients. Sponsor; MANEESH PHARMACEUTIC.