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Respiratory Medicine

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Level 5, Children's Tower

​An estimated 20% of the children in Singapore suffer from asthma. In addition, statistics show that 20% of normal children snore occasionally and 7% to 10% have habitual snoring. Most children who snore are healthy, but about one per cent of them may snore due to sleep and/or breathing problems. The risk is higher if they have large tonsils and adenoids, conditions affecting the central nervous system and/or muscle, anatomical abnormality of the jaw or face, a family history of sleep or breathing problems, or are obese.

A key referral centre in Singapore for breathing and sleep-related disorders, our Respiratory Medicine Service cares for a large number of children ranging from newborns to 16-year-olds.

We also partner family physicians and paediatricians to facilitate the medical care and management of our patients at community level.


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Range of Services

  • General respiratory conditions
  • Asthma management
    • Asthma counselling is an integral part of the asthma management, and is conducted by experienced asthma nurses.
    • We educate patients and their caregivers on the disease and the importance of adherence to treatment.
    • We teach and reinforce correct inhaler techniques during each visit, and provide each child with an asthma action plan that empowers them and their caregivers to manage mild asthma exacerbations.
  • Chronic lung diseases