Dr. Ashwini Malhotra - Pulmonologist in Bhopal

Dr. Ashwini Malhotra

About Me:

Dr. Ashwini Malhotra is a well-known pulmonologist in Bhopal, currently practicing at Bansal Hospital. For the past 16 years, Dr. Malhotra has worked as a lung specialist and gained adequate knowledge and skills in the field. He received his MBBS degree from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College, Jabalpur. He did a fellowship in intensive care medicine(F.I.C.M.) from Apollo Hospital, New Delhi. He also holds a Diploma in TB and Chest medicine from M.G.M Medical College, Indore, and a degree in D.N.B.(Pulmonary Medicine) from Apollo Hospital, New Delhi. Prior to his position as a pulmonologist at Bansal Hospital, he worked as a senior consultant (pulmonology) at RBTB Hospital, Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences, and Mahatma Gandhi Medical College in Indore, as well as an associate consultant (pulmonology) at Fortis Hospital in New Delhi.


Year Degree Institute
2004 M.B.B.S. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College, Jabalpur
2004-2006 D.T.C.D. – (Diploma in TB/Chest medicine) M.G.M Medical College, Indore
2007-2008 D.N.B. (Pulmonology Medicine) Apollo Hospital, New Delhi
2012 I.D.C.C.M. (Indian Diploma in critical care medicine) Fortis Hospital, New Delhi
- F.I.C.M. (Fellowship intensive care medicine) Apollo Hospital, New Delhi

Specialization and Expertise

  • Critical Care
  • Bronchoscopy
  • Medical Thoracoscopy
  • Polysomnographaphic interpretation for sleep disorders
  • Smoking cessation
  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation
  • Allergy testing and immunotherapy
  1. FCCP- Fellowship in chest medicine- Awarded by American College of Chest Physicians
  2. FICM – Fellowship Intensive Care Medicine – Awarded by – Medvarcity, Apollo Group Of Hospitals
  1. Xpert MTB/RIF in Bronchial Washings: The way farward in TB diagnostics – Bronchocon 2014, Delhi
  2. Dysphagia – Polymyositis – Non small cell Carcinoma – The larger picture behind paraneoplastic syndrome – Bronchocon 2014, Delhi
  3. ECMO – A hope for ILD exacerbations with a possible reversible pathology – Criticare, Jaipur – 2014
  4. A study of sleep patterns in patients with COPD and ILD – Sleep 2013, Baltimore
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