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Top Doctor for Choking in Faisalabad - Dr. Liaqat Ali Chattha
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Dr. Liaqat Ali Chattha

MBBS, MCPS

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Dr. Liaqat Ali Chattha

MBBS, MCPS

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Faisalabad
M, Tu, W, Th, F, Sa
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Top Doctor for Choking in Faisalabad - Dr. Israar Ahmed
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Dr. Israar Ahmed

MBBS

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Peoples Colony, Faisalabad
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Top Doctor for Choking in Faisalabad - Dr. Muhammad Hanif
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Dr. Muhammad Hanif

MBBS, DLO, MCPS

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Dr. Muhammad Hanif

MBBS, DLO, MCPS

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Kotwali Road, Faisalabad
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Top Doctor for Choking in Faisalabad - Dr. Muhammad Hanif
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Dr. Muhammad Hanif

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Karachi
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Top Doctor for Choking in Faisalabad - Dr. Sajid Hameed
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Dr. Sajid Hameed

MBBS, FRCS

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Kotwali Road, Faisalabad
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Top Doctor for Choking in Faisalabad - Dr. Sohail Ahmad
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Dr. Sohail Ahmad

MBBS, DLO

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Hajveeri Town, Faisalabad
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Top Doctor for Choking in Faisalabad - Dr. Muhammad Saleem
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Dr. Muhammad Saleem

MBBS, FCPS

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Dr. Muhammad Saleem

MBBS, FCPS

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Faisalabad
Tu, Th, Sa
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Top Doctor for Choking in Faisalabad - Dr. Babar Rafiq Khan
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Dr. Babar Rafiq Khan

MBBS, FCPS

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Dr. Babar Rafiq Khan

MBBS, FCPS

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Faisalabad
M, Tu, W, Th, F, Sa
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Top Doctor for Choking in Faisalabad - Dr. Mohammad Saleem
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Dr. Mohammad Saleem

MBBS, FCPS,

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Dr. Mohammad Saleem

MBBS, FCPS,

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Faisalabad
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Top Doctor for Choking in Faisalabad - Dr. Naeem Akhter
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Dr. Naeem Akhter

MBBS

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Hajveeri Town, Faisalabad
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What is Choking?

Choking is when your breathing is restricted because food or an object gets blocked in the windpipe (throat). Choking may happen due to a complete or partial blocking of the airways. Notable signs of choking include a restricted breathing, coughing and throat heaviness.

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