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When a baby is born, it is exposed to a completely new environment that it learns to adapt with time. But some babies, especially those born preterm find it difficult to adapt to the environment and may suffer from respiratory problems, infection etc.* Some common ailments that preterm babies suffer are congenital heart defects, spina bifida, respiratory distress, etc.

Neonates are babies aged 0-28 days post-birth. Neonatology is a medical speciality that deals with the treatment of newborn babies and it concentrates exclusively on premature newborns. Neonatologists are trained to handle high-risk deliveries and subsequent care of the newborn. Our neonatal team provides consultation on assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of various neonatal problems.

Our neonatologists aim to enhance the health well-being of neonates and integrate advanced medical knowledge research to provide the highest quality care. *

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What Can A Parent Do If A Child Is Reporting Stomach Ache?

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Stomach ache is easily one of the most common illness symptoms suffered by children. The reason behind a stomach ache can range from a simple digestion issue to a far more problematic infection. When your child reports a stomach ache, you might find yourself wondering “Should I call take him to a child doctor near […]

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Children's Specialist

Asthma is a clinical diagnosis that is sometimes misinterpreted since it can manifest in a variety of ways with varying degrees of severity. Asthma is an airway inflammation accompanied by airway muscle hyper-reactivity that is treatable with asthma medicines. Because of the high frequency of asthma, it is becoming increasingly important to dispel stereotypes about […]

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Calcium requirements in Adolescents

The start of puberty, with its related increased growth rate and changes in body composition, has an impact on adolescent nutritional demands. Bone size and bone mass expand quickly from the preadolescent years until the end of the second decade of life. As a result, a pediatric doctor will always advise consuming enough calcium to […]

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