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Dr. Siri Kamath

Best Female Physician & Diabetologist In Bangalore

AVAILABLE FOR NON-EMERGENCY TELE-VIDEO CONSULTATIONS Between 9 Am To 6 Pm Monday To Saturday.

Infectious diseases

Large number of infectious diseases involving multiple organ systems of the body. The common infections are Respiratory, Abdominal, Urinary, Systemic infections, and COVID-19.

Diabetes

The pancreas produces insulin, which helps our muscles use glucose. Long term consumption of calorie-rich food and lack of exercise results in a state of insulin resistance.

Cardiology

Obesity, Smoking, and Long standing diabetes causes accumulation narrowing of the coronary arteries, leading to myocardial infarction(heart attack) which should be treated immediately. 

Nephrology

Chronic hypertension and diabetes causes chronic kidney disease, the treatment of which in the end stage is dialysis.

Hypertension

The increased pressure exerted on the walls of our arteries by blood is called hypertension which occurs due to the intake of salt-rich food, stress, lack of physical exercise, and age-related stiffness of our arteries.

Emergency

We deal with many medical emergencies which are Neurological, Cardiological, Abdominal, Nephrological, Poisoning, and Drug overdose.

Dr. Siri Kamath

Dr. Siri Kamath has an experience of 12 years in Internal medicine. Senior Consultant physician and diabetologist, Bangalore. Senior Consultant Physician at OI Super-Specialty Clinics, Above Oncology India, (J P Nagar). She currently heads the Department of Internal Medicine and COVID CARE TASK FORCE at BGS GLENEAGLES GLOBAL Hospitals, Kengeri, Bangalore.

Experience includes dealing with Infectious diseases, Complications of Diabetes and Hypertension, Cardiac and Kidney disease. And also she has a Rich experience in dealing with Critical and Emergency Medical Cases, Poisoning and Drug overdoses, snakebite, and other medical emergencies.

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Why choose Us?

A physician evaluates a patient’s physical complaints keeping in mind the patient’s comorbidities, emotional, and social situation all of which have a significant impact on the patient’s disease state.

Most Commonly Asked Questions!

How does infection occur?

Harmful (pathogenic) viruses, bacteria, and fungi can enter the body through multiple routes.

The most common route of entry is the respiratory system followed by the digestive system.

After the organisms have gained entry into our body, a certain amount of time elapses when it multiplies in numbers, this period is termed the 'incubation period'.

Symptoms of the disease develop after this period, depending on the organ systems involved.

What are the early signs of Heart attack?

  • Chest Pain 
  • Radiation of pain from chest to left hand
  • sweating
  • Shortness of breath
  • Heart burn
  • Jaw, neck or back pain 

Note: All symptoms need not to be present in an individual. And may vary according to age and diabetic status.

What are the common allergic reactions?

Allergy is an inappropriate immune response to certain material in our environment and does not equate to a weak immune system.

Allergens: These are the environmental triggers that produce the allergic reaction example - dust, pollen, animal dander, dust mites, foods such as - peanuts, shellfish, tree nuts, etc

The symptoms depend on the part of the body exposed like skin rashes, stuffy nose, asthma, diarrhea, etc.

Anaphylactic reaction: This is a fulminant allergic reaction occurring in some individuals to specific triggers like bee stings, peanuts, etc. Symptoms include the rapid progression of rashes, swelling of the respiratory tract, and fall in BP. This condition is life-threatening and needs prompt treatment.

Is Diabetes and BP correlated?

Technology has brought about easy access to calorie-rich and processed food and reduced physical activity which has resulted in a constellation of disorders known as Metabolic Syndrome:

Obesity: Particularly central (abdominal) and visceral (fat deposits on internal abdominal organs) obesity.

Diabetes: The abdominal organ pancreas produces insulin, which helps our muscles use glucose, derived from food. Long term consumption of calorie-rich food and loss of muscle mass due to reduced physical activity, results in a state of insulin resistance.

Hypertension: The increased pressure exerted on the walls of our arteries by blood is called hypertension which occurs due to the intake of salt-rich food, stress, lack of physical exercise, and age-related stiffness of our arteries.

Dyslipidemia: Deranged lipid levels result from a combination of inappropriate diet, physical inactivity, and genetic characteristics.

Patient Testimonials

Karthik JK
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Dr Siri Kamath is best doctor for hypertension. I was visited for hypertension treatment. The treatment is excellent. The doctor explained to me completely and gave me confidence. Doctor suggested for good diet, which helps for to keep hypertension under control. I recommend Dr. Siri Kamath for hypertension treatment.
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Dr. Siri Kamath is the best doctor for diabetes in Bangalore. Treatment is excellent. Proper treatment with right diet plans which helped me to keep my diabetes under control.
Suchithra
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I have been to Dr. siri kamath for diabetes treatment. Dr. Siri Kamth provides best treatment and suggested for good diet plans to follow. I would like to thank Dr. Siri Kamath. Dr. siri kamath is best diabetician in Bangalore
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