Dr. Isaac Mathew

Dr. Isaac Mathew
Pulmonology & Respiratory Medicine

Dr. Isaac Mathew is a leading Pulmonologist & Respiratory Medicine Specialist in Bangalore.  He holds a MD Degree in Respiratory medicine & Tuberculosis and Internal Medicine and has more than 46 years of experience.


Specialization: Pulmonology & Respiratory Medicine

Qualification: MBBS, MD (Medicine), MD (Respiratory medicine & Tuberculosis)

Fellowship: MNCCP

Practice Tenure:

  • Consultant Pulmonology at Manipal Hospital, June 2016 to date.
  • Consultant and Head of Department, Pulmonology, Manipal Hospital, Rustam Bagh Road, Bangalore – July 2006 to June 2016.
  • Consultant Pulmonology at KLES Hospital, Belgaum, July 2000 to June 2006.
  • Director Critical Care & Emergency Medicine at JN Medical College, Belgaum, July 2000 to June 2006.
  • Professor – Department of Respiratory Medicine at JN Medical College, Belgaum, July 2000 to June 2006
  • Professor of Medicine at Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, June 1996 to July 2000

Area of Special Interest:

  1. Bronchoscopy
  2. Tube Thoracostomy
  3. Pleurodesis
  4. Pleural Thrombolysis
  5. CT guided Biopsy
  6. Treatment of Tuberculosis (drug-resistant cases)
  7. Sleep Apnoea

Language Fluency: Hindi, English, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil & Telugu.


  1. Familial hypercholesterolemia presenting with CAD in young patient. BMJ.
  2. Cardiac Necklace in RHD. BMJ.
  3. LV diverticulum at uncommon site. Echocardiography.
  4. Acute MI with single coronary artery. BMJ.
  5. Cardiac lipoma at unusual location. BMJ.
  6. A very unusual finding following an otherwise uneventful procedure – BMJ.
  7. Management of Iatrogenic External Iliac Artery Perforation with a self made covered stent – open access.
  8. Calcified mobile mass in RV – SEAJCRR.
  9. Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection in Multiple Coronary Artery – Cardio Path.
  10. Pneumopericardium – An unusual Complication following septal perforation.
  11. Clinical and Etiological profile of Acute Heart Failure.
  12. Tissue Doppler imaging for estimation of LV filling pressure.
  13. Relation between CAP & LAD.
  14. Clinical Manifestation of Familiar Hypercholesterolemia – a case series

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