Communicable respiratory diseases including TB and non-communicable respiratory disease are cause of a staggering 20% of the total deaths in India. India has the highest number of TB patients in the world. About two to three million people in the county  are infected with TB.

The burden of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in India is on the rise, accounting for nearly 1 in 10 deaths. 25 % of all the child mortality cases in India are attributed to pneumonia alone. About 4-8% of school going children in the country suffer from asthma.

The drug inhaler market in India is valued at 20 million USD and has grown at 13% CAGR for the last 3 years.


(All figures and statistics provided above are sourced from HealthQ’s own research conducted in the recent past)






Listed below are some of the projects we have successful delivered in the field of Pulmonology:





Project Code

Case Study



Patient Diary study of TB patients

 HealthQ has conducted an extensive 120 patient diary study for over 2 months for patients under treatment for tuberculosis. The study was conducted to find out discipline of medicine administration in patients employed in the organised sector.


Market size of Dry Powder Inhalers

A quantitative study was done with 1000 chemists to estimate total market size of dry powder Inhalers. The survey covered pharmacies from all 4 regions of India and covered the brand wise, category split wise of dry powder inhalers.


Brand perception of OTC syrups for acute bronchitis

60 GP and 15 pulmonologist have been interviewed to understand their perception of some popular OTC to treat acute bronchitis. OTC syrups are a very large category in India and is a preferred choice amongst patients. The study was commissioned by a large drug maker.


Product satisfaction study for a leading bronchoscope manufacturer

HealthQ has had 55 IDI with pulmonologist and thoracic surgeons from 3 cities to understand their level of satisfaction with the bronchoscope they were using at that point in time.


 Patient Care study of Lung cancer patients’ at large hospitals

HealthQ has done extensive study on top 5 large hospitals of their patient care procedures and patient satisfaction level. The study covered the admission process, operative care, post-operative care, insurance clearance and other factors that lead to the overall satisfaction with a hospital's services





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