Endobronchial laser therapy is a minimally invasive treatment that can provide curative and palliative care for patients with lung disease. It can be used to remove tumors, lesions, or other obstructions in the airways. It can also be used to improve breathing and quality of life for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Many patients with lung disease don’t respond to treatment or experience significant side effects. Current treatments for lung disease can be ineffective or cause significant side effects. Endobronchial laser therapy is a new, minimally invasive treatment that can provide curative and palliative care for patients with lung disease. It is safe and effective, and causes few side effects.
The procedure is relatively short, and patients typically experience minimal discomfort. In most cases, the benefits of the treatment are immediate, and patients can resume their normal activities shortly after the procedure.
If you’re scheduled for an Endobronchial laser therapy procedure, there are a few things you can do to prepare:
The side effects of endobronchial laser therapy vary depending on the individual and the condition being treated. Some potential side effects include chest pain, shortness of breath, and infection. This procedure is performed in our clinic.