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The Department of Pediatrics is a vibrant academic department comprising dedicated faculty with a vision to inculcate compassion, social commitment, ethical values to the training residents and under graduates along with providing comprehensive and quality healthcare, management, treatment for Neonates, children and adolescents. The department also runs specialty clinics like well -baby clinic, High risk infant follow up clinic, Developmental Pediatrics, Hematology, Endocrinology, Pediatrics Pulmonology including Asthma and Allergy clinic.

The department has well experienced faculty to take care of the needs of paediatric patients. Apart from regular beds there are 40 neonatal intensive care unit beds & 5 paediatric intensive care units.

The department has optimal infrastructure and facilities including air-conditioned classrooms, overhead projectors for the training of undergraduates and postgraduates students. Annual Intake of postgraduates is 9 MD students as recommended by NMC and Central Government.

Various activities conducted in the department include breast feeding week, ORS week, newborn week, children's day, IAP undergraduate quiz, NNF neonatology quiz, school health services, pulse polio programme, postgraduate neonatology quiz, speciality clinics in pediatric sub specialities, mortality meetings & radiology meetings. The department also conducts regular screening camps and school visits.

Post Graduate Results 2021

 Total Students appeared

Students Cleared

Percentage

 7

6

86

Under Graduate Results 2021

 Total Students appeared

Distinction

First Class

Second Class

Total Passed

Percentage

148

9

58

70

137

92

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OUTPATIENT SERVICES

Regular outpatient services are provided from 9 am to 4 pm. In addition the department provides emergency services 24 x 7.

The OPD services include

•BREAST FEEDING COUNSELLING

•WELLBABY CLINICS

•IMMUNISATION SERVICES

•GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT, NUTRITION ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT

INPATIENT SERVICES

The department has 90 inpatient beds and 3 units. Apart from providing regular treatment services the department also provides special services in the following areas.

SCREENING, DIAGNOSTIC EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT

NEW BORN CARE

•UNIVERSAL THYROID SCREENING

•UNIVERSAL HEARING SCREENING

•FOLLOW UP OF HIGHRISK NEWBORN INCLUDING BERA AND ROP

NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

22 bedded level 3 NICU with dedicated team of doctors including neonatologist and well trained nursing staff

•6 STATE-OF-ART VENTILATORS,BUBBLE CPAP AND NEOPUFF

•NEONATAL WHOLE BODY COOLING

•ROP SCREENING

•BERA AND OAE

•DEDICATED NEONATOLOGIST

PEDIATRICS INTENSIVE CARE UNIT :

5 bedded with dedicated team of doctors including pediateric intensivist and well trained nursing staff

•5 STATE-OF-ART VENTILATORS

•DEDICATED CRITICAL CARE INTENSIVIST

SPECIALTY CLINICS:

DEVELOPMENTAL PEDIATRICS

ENDOCRINOLOGY

PULMONOLOGY

HEMATOLOGY

WELL BABY CLINIC

HIGH RISK INFANT FOLLOW UP CLINIC

Sl No.

Name

Designation

Degree

E-Mail

PHOTOS

1     Dr. Murali B H     Prof & HOD

MD

    Muralibh66@gmail.com
2     Dr. Yashoda H T     Professor

DNB

    htyashoda@rediffmail.com
3     Dr. Chandrakala P     Professor

MD

    drchandra89@gmail.com
4     Dr.Poornima Shankar     Professor

MD

    2010poornima@gmail.com
5     Dr. Madhu G N     Professor

MD

    drgnmadhu@gmail.com
6     Dr Sunil B     Professor

MD,DNB

    docsunilb@gmail.com
7     Dr. Ramya H S     Associate Professor

MD

    drhsramya@yahoo.com
8     Dr. Shivasharanappa S B     Associate Professor

MD

    drsharan727@gmail.com
9     Dr. Girish N     Associate Professor

MD

    drgirish79@gmail.com
10     Dr. Chaitra K M     Associate Professor

MD,FPIC

    drchaitrakm@gmail.com
11     Dr. Mohan Kumar N     Associate Professor

MD

    docmohan75@gmail.com
12     Dr. Shylaja C G     Assistant Professor

MD

    shylajadheemantha@gmail.com
13     Dr. Varshini P     Senior Resident

MD

    varshinipandu@gmail.com
14     Dr. Siddu B N     Senior Resident

MD

    bnsiddu@gmail.com
15     Dr. Lakshmi Shreyas     Senior Resident

MD

    lakshmi.j.90@gmail.com

Breast Feeding Week 2021

 

Role Play - Breast Feeding Week 2021

 

IAP PG Quiz

World Breastfeeding week -2021 was celebrated by the Department of Pediatrics in the first week of August.

Department of Pediatrics conducted training of nurses and organized practical workshop for interns and postgraduates. Health education activities like quiz, role-play on breastfeeding awareness, essay writing, poster presentations were organized under the guidance of Dr Poornima Shankar, Professor.

IAP Post Graduate QUIZ 2021 Arkavathy division round was held at KIMS on 26/08/2021. Divisional co coordinator: Dr.Madhu.G.N Quiz master: Dr. Shiva Sharanappa

Dr. Murali B H

  1. Dr. Murali B H, Dr. Abirami C Hypoglycemia incidence and risk factors assessment in hospitalized neonates.., International Journal of Contemporary pediatrics, Volume 7, No 5 (2020)
  2. Dr . Murali. B.H., Dr. AbiramiMeenakshiChandrasekaran, Dr. MeghanaNannapaneni. A randomized controlled trial on effect of splinting a joint on the lifespan of intravenous cannula in pediatric patients., International Journal of Contemporary pediatrics, Volume 7, No 5(2020)
  3. Dr. Murali B. H., Dr. Shilpa Deborah Lysander, Dr. MeghanaNannapaneni. Usefulness of serum albumin as a prognostic factor in dengue. International Journal of Contemporary pediatrics , Volume 7, No 3(2020)
  4. Dr Murali B.H Srividya.G.S, Reshmavathi.V . Appropriate length of the central venous catheter Insertion via Right Internal Jugular Vein in Children Using External Anatomical. CurrPediatr Res 2016: volume 20 Issue( 1 & 2 ): 20-23
  5. Dr Murali B.H, Dr Paras Kumar.J A Study to assess hemoglobin levels as a risk factor for lower respiratory tract infections, Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences/ 2015 ; vol 03 /issue 05/April 03 Page 2235-2239.
  6. Dr Murali B H Dr Lingaraju Mulage et al. AIOS V/S IMNCI in community acquired Pneumonia J of Evolution of Medical & Dental Sciences / Mar 24.2014; vol 3,issue 12.
  7. Dr shylaja C V Dr Murali B H et al. Predictive value of creatinine kinase and lactate dehydrogenase in the diagnosis of perinatal asphyxia JEMDS July 07; Vol Issue 27
  8. Dr Jaya Prakash k Dr Murali B H et al. Study of electrolyte status , glucose 7 urid acid levels in perinatal asphyxia. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences/ may 2005 ; vol3 /issue 18/

Dr. Yashoda H T

  1. Manasa G.*, Swetha B., Yashoda H. T., Pramod S. International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics Manasa G et al. Int J ContempPediatr. 2017 May;4(3):882-885 http://www.ijpediatrics.com pISSN 2349-3283 | eISSN 2349-3291 Original Research Article Paediatric empyema: video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (vats) and its outcome study
  2. Krishnappa, S., Yashoda, H., & Chaitra, K. (2017). Opportunistic screening of at risk asymptomatic adolescent children for prediabetes. Indian Journal of Child Health, 4(2), 119-122. Retrieved from https://atharvapub.net/IJCH/article/view/98
  3. Yashoda H. T., Swetha B.*, Goutham A. S.International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics Yashoda HT et al. Int J ContempPediatr. 2017 Mar;4(2):426-430 http://www.ijpediatrics.com pISSN 2349-3283 | eISSN 2349-3291 Original Research Article Neck circumference measurement as a screening tool for obesity in children
  4. Yashoda H. T., Kavya C., Nithya E., Laghna Gowda Correlation between QoTc and serum as well as ionised calcium in sick neonates , International journal of contemporary pediatrics- vol 7, No.5(2020)
  5. Kavya Chandrashekar*, Yashoda H. T., Varsha Monica Reddy Utility of reticulocyte hemoglobin in diagnosing latent iron deficiency and iron deficiency anemia, International Journal of contemporary pediatrics 2020 May;7(5):1049-1053
  6. Santosh Kumar K.*, H. T. Yashoda, Mohan Kumar N., Srinivasa S. et al. Food, exercise and life style changes among overweight or obese children in urban population. Int J ContempPediatr. 2015 Nov;2(4).
  7. Santosh Kumar Krishnappa, H.T. Yashoda, GangaBoraiah, SumaVishwa et al. Sagittal Abdominal Diameter to Measure Visceral Adipose Tissue in Overweight or Obese Adolescent Children and Its Role as A Marker of Insulin Resistance. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2015 Nov, Vol-9(11):
  8. Dr.Chaitra.K.M, Dr.Yashoda.H.T et al.Knowledge of vaccination among the nursing students.. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences, May 12 2014; vol.3 Issue 19.

Dr. Chandrakala P

  1. Dr. Chandrakala P., Dr. Shilpa Deborah Lysander, Dr. Jayalalitha. Base excess as a prognostic factor determining the perinatal outcome., International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics, Vol 7, No 3 (2020)
  2. Dr. Shilpa Deborah Lysander, Dr. Chandrakala P., Dr. Jayalalitha. Correlation between umbilical cord blood pH and meconium stained deliveries. International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics , Vol 7, No 3 (2020)
  3. “ A study of prevalence of overweight and obesity in adolescents” IJCP – 2016-04-117 Vol – 03issue – 03.
  4. R. Yogendraprasad , Chandrakala. P & Goutham. Study of Blood Pressure Profile In School Children In Bangalore City A. S3 1,3
  5. Dr Chandrakala P Dr A C Ramesh Dr Chaitra Rao B et al Validation of pulmonary score in the evaluation of acute exacerbation of asthama J of Evaluation of Med and Dent Sciences March 2014 Vol.3 10th
  6. Dr Chandrakala P, Dr A C Ramesh, Dr Sharanya R et al. Screening of preschool children for blood lead levels at KIMS Hospital. J of Evaluation of Med and Dent Sci / Mar. 17.2014 Vol 3/Issue 11.

Dr. Poornima Shankar

  1. Poornima Shankar, Prarthana B. Biochemical parameters (lactate dehydrogenase, se4rum albumin) as early predictor of severe dengue. Int J ContempPediatr. 2017 Mar; 4(2): 464-469
  2. Dr. Ranganatha A Devaranavadagi, Dr. Poornima Shankar, Dr. Shruthi Patel. A study on profile of poisioning in pediatric population. Int J ContempPediatr 2017 May 4(3) 810-815
  3. Dr. Poornima Shankar, Dr. MurageshAwati, Dr. G. Nita, Dr. PramukhArun Kumar, Dr. MahatiDasari, Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy and Its Correlation with Perinatal Outcomes. International Journal of Medical Science and Current Research, Volume3, Issue 2, Page No: 106-111, March-April 2020
  4. Dr. Poornima Shankar, Dr. AbiramiMeenakshiChandrasekaran, Comparison of efficacy of oral and rectal acetaminophen in rapid reduction of fever in children between ages of 6 months to 17 years admitted to wards. International Journal of Medical Science and Current Research, Volume 2, Issue 6, Page no 146-152, December 2019
  5. DR Poornima Shankar, DR Nannapaneni Meghana, DR Shilpa Deborah Lysander, DR. Abirami Meenakshi Chandrasekharan, DR Pramukh Arun Kumar Correlation of Febrile Convulsions and Iron Deficiency Anemia., International Journal Dental and Medical Sciences Research, Volume 3, Issue 11 , PP 38-42, November 2019
  6. Dr. Poornima Shankar and Dr. Meghana Nannapaneni A study to assess the risk factors for febrile seizures in a tertiary hospital., International Journal of Paediatrics and Geriatrics, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part C, page no 176-179 (2020)
  7. Dr. Meghana Nannapaneni, Dr. Poornima Shankar and Dr. Abirami Meenakshi Chandrasekaran Maternal stress of cases in pediatric intensive care unit in Tertiary hospital Bangalore, International Journal of Paediatrics and Geriatrics, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part C, page no 172-175, (2020)
  8. Dr. Poornima Shankar, Dr. Jayalalitha S. Marol, Dr. Akash B. K, Hypertonic saline and adrenaline nebulization in the treatment of bronchiolitis: a retrospective study. International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics , Vol 6, No 5 (20
  9. Goutham A S, Pragyee Dhingra & Poornima Shankar. Serum Magnesium levels in febrile convulsions. International Journal of General Pediatrics and Medicine(TJPRC:IJGPM) Vol. 2,Issue 1, Jun 2017, 7-10
  10. Dr. Poornima Shankar, Avinash Agrawal, Akash B. K., Mansi Kumar, Assessment of knowledge and attitude about child abuse amongst parents visiting a tertiary care hospital in Bengaluru, India. International Journal of Contemporary Paediatrics, Vol 7, No 5 (2020).
  11. Dr Poornima Shankar Dr Manjunath V C et al. A STUDY OF HEARING EVALUATION FOR NEONATES WITH HYPERBILIRUBINEMIA USING OTOACOUSTIC EMISSION AND BRAINSTEM AUDITORY EVOKED RESPONSE. DOI JEMDS MARCH 2014; VOL 3 ISSUE 10 PAGE 2403-2407 .
  12. Dr Poornima Shankar DrSneha R et al. A Clinical Study On Incidence Of Retinopathy Of Prematurity Changes In Preterm Infants And Associated Risk Factors In A Tertiary Centre.JEMDS MARCH 2014 Vol 3 ISSUE 10 PAGE 2603-2607 DOI – 10 14260/ JEMDS/ 2014/ 2180
  13. Dr Poornima Shankar Dr Nithya S L et al. A Study Of Role Of Cranial Usg On High Risk Neonates In NICU. DOI JEMDS – 2014 VOL3 ISSUE 15 APRIL- 14 PAGE 3970-3976.
  14. Dr Poornima Shankar DrRadhana Widal Titres Among Children In A Tertiary Care Hospital. Jemds 2014 Vol 3 Issue 42 Page 10472 -10475doi - 10 / 14260/ Jemds/ 2014/ 3365
  15. Dr Poornima Shankar Dr Saipraneeth Reddy Guda Hypophosphataemia In Critically Ill Children. J. Evolution Med. Dent. Sci. 2016;5(53):3580-3582,Doi:10.14260/Jemds/2016/803
  16. Dr Poornima Shankar Dr Srividya G S - Clinical Profile Of Childhood Poisoning In A Tertiary Care Centre. – Evid. Based Med. Health .2016;3(22),1002-1004.DOI:10.18410/JEBMH/2016/229

Dr. Madhu G N

  1. Madhu G. N., Harish S. Complementary feeding practices among mothers of children aged six months to two years admitted in a tertiary care hospital. International journal of contemporary pediatrics .2018 Jan 5(1) :97 -100.
  2. Dr. Madhu G N,AnjumAara C A- Prevalence and antibiotic susceptebility of pathogens in children with urinary tract infection(Volume 7,Issue 6 ,IJCP 2020.
  3. Dr.Madhu G N , Dr.Harish S, Dr.SivaSharanappa.Clinical and microbiological profile of urinary tract infection in children less than five years of age Indian journal of Child Health VOLUME 5, ISSUE 1, JANUARY 2018 / Original Articles .
  4. Dr. Madhu GN1 and Dr. Siva Saranappa2A Study of Clinical Spectrum of Enteric Fever in Pediatric Age Group in a Tertiary Healthcare Centre . “A Study of Clinical Spectrum of Enteric Fever in Pediatric Age Group in a Tertiary Healthcare Centre”. EC Paediatrics 7.1 (2018): 03-07. Received: December 01, 2017; Published: January 03, 2018
  5. Madhu GN, Siva Saranappa SB, Manasa G*Association between low hemoglobin level, vitamin D deficiency and acute lower respiratory tract infections in children aged 6 months to 5 years. Current Pediatric Research (2017) Volume 21, Issue 1.
  6. Dr Madhu G N Dr Shiva Saranappa Dr Paraskawar et al. A study of urinary tract infection in neonatal sepsis. JEMDS; feb 2014 ; vol 3; issue 51235-1239
  7. Dr Madhu,G N Dr Srinivasa S et al. A comparative clinical study of efficacy of microimmuno assay with WIDAL-test in enteric fever in children Journal of the Scientific Society/ May-August 2014;, Vol 41 / Issue 2.
  8. DrshivaSaranappaDrMadhu G N DrRitesh Singh et al. A Study of disease pattern and outcome of newborns admitted to NICU in a tertiary care hospital JEMDS feb 2014 ; Vol 3; issue 5;
  9. Dr. Madhu G N et al Relationship of anthropometric parameters of newborn with varying period of gestational age.Journal of evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences 2014;Vol. 3, Issue 20, May19;page: 5484-5490.9..SivaSaranappa SB, Chaitanya Nair, Madhu GN, Srinivas S, Manjunath MN. Clinical profile and outcome of perinatal asphyxia in a tertiary centre. CurrPediatr Res 2015; 19(1):1- 4
  10. SivaSaranappa SB, Chaitanya Nair, Madhu GN, Srinivas S, Manjunath MN. Clinical profile and outcome of perinatal asphyxia in a tertiary centre. CurrPediatr Res 2015; 19(1):1- 4

Dr. Sunil B

  1. Dr. Sunil B, Dr. Mathew Kripail. Prenatal risk factors and retinopathy of prematurity among preterm infants:International journal of Medical and applied sciences Vol 2, issue 4, 2013 p 356-361.
  2. Dr.Sunil B,Dr.MathewKripail, Dr.P.K.Rajiv, Dr.Koulgi A Sudheer. Neonatal risk factors and retinopathy of prematurity among preterm infants. Int J Res Health Sci 2014: Jan 31; 2(1): 000-00
  3. Dr. Sunil B. Dr. Karthik Arigela. Knowledge and attitude of high school students regarding human immunodeficiency syndrome and sexually transmitted diseases. .Int J Res Health Sci 2014.Jan 31;2(1): 182-189
  4. Tamil Selvan, Sunil.B, Joy D Souza, Naresh, Narayana Swamy, Mayigowda, Anjanuse of intrarectal paracetamol in preterm neonates with pda closure. International journal of Medical and applied sciences Vol 4, issue 1, 2015 p 309-314.
  5. Sunil. B, Girish .N ,Manali Bhuyan. Outcome of Preterm babies with respiratory distress syndrome on nasal CPAP. Int J ContempPediatr. 2017 Jul; 4(4) : 1206-1209
  6. Sunil B, Shruthi Patel, Girish N. IV Paracetamol for closure of patent ductus arteriosus in preterm neonates admitted to a tertiary care centre. Int J ContempPediatr. Dec 2017; 5 (2)294-298
  7. Girish N ,Sunil. B, Ranganatha A. Devaranavadagi. A clinical of viral hepatitis in children : a prospective hospital based study. Int J Contemp Pediatr. Jan 2018 ; 5(2): 563-568.
  8. Girish N, Shravani M.R., Tharashree C.D, Sunil. B. Outcome of neonates born through meconium stained amniotic fluid in tertiary health care centre.Int J ContempPediatr. Jan 2018; 5(2): 569-571.
  9. E. Nithya, Girish N.Study on risk factors of respiratory distress syndrome in term neonates: a retrospective case-control study. Int J Contemp Pediatr. 2019 Nov;6(6):2577-2581.
  10. Sudheer K. A.Sunil B., P. K. Rajiv, Mathew Kripail, E. Nithya. Volume guarantee ventilation in premature neonates with respiratory distress: a comparative study. Int J Contemp Pediatr. 2019 .Nov;6(6):2559-2565.
  11. Dr. Girish N, Dr. Muragesh Awati, Dr. Sunil. B Dr. PramukhArun Kumar, Dr. Mahati Dasari. Effectiveness of Buffy Coat Smear and Buffy Coat Culture in Diagnosing Neonatal Septicemia. International Journal of Medical Science and Current Research (IJMSCR) Volume 3, Issue 2, Page No: 64-78 March-April 2020
  12. Sunil B, Adarsh E, Sahana G, Prema R, Tamil Selvan, Purushotham D R,Rajanish K V, Sebastian Paul.NICU Outcome in a Low resource teaching Hospital setting. Journal of evolution of medical and dental sciences 2013; Vol. 2, Issue 52, Dec 30; Page.10305- 10309
  13. Sara Nasrollahi, Neelathahalli Kasturi Rangan Meera and Sunil Boregowda Pharmaceutical Excipient Exposure in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit INDIAN PEDIATRICS VOLUME 57,p801-804,SEPTEMBER 15, 2020.

Dr. Ramya H S

  1. Ramya H. S., Rajendra Prasad T. C.*, MurgeshAwati et al International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics. Int J Contemp Pediatr. 2018 May;5(3):928-932 http://www.ijpediatrics.com pISSN 2349-3283 | eISSN 2349-3291 Original Research Article Impact of maternal stress on outcome of new born
  2. Ramya H. S., N. Varsha Monica Reddy, KavyaShekar International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics. Int J Contemp Pediatr. 2018 May; 5(3):1126-1130 http://www.ijpediatrics.com pISSN 2349-3283 | eISSN 2349-3291 Original Research Article Clinical profile and outcome of H1N1 influenza in children during August 2016 to January 2017 at KIMS hospital in Bangalore, Karnataka, India
  3. Ramya H. S., Rajendra Prasad T. C.*, Murgesh Awati. Impact of maternal stress on outcome of new born. International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics Ramya HS et al. Int J Contemp Pediatr. 2018 May;5(3):928-932 http://www.ijpediatrics.com pISSN 2349-3283 | eISSN 2349-3291
  4. Dr. H.S.Ramya, Dr. AnjanaGopi, Dr. Vivetha Elango, Dr. Mansi Kumar, A study to assess the magnitude of atypical pneumonia by serum polymerase chain reaction in children aged 3 years to 18 years at Kempegowda institute of medical sciences Hospital, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics, Vol 7, No 6 (2020)
  5. Dr.H.S.Ramya, Dr.AnjanaGopi, Dr. VivethaElango, Dr.Dona Joseph, Clinical spectrum of pneumonia in children aged 1 month to 18 years by serum polymerase chain reaction in a tertiary care centre in Bengaluru, Karnataka , India. International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics, Volume 7, No 6, June 2020
  6. Dr. H. S. Ramya, Dr. Anjana Gopi, Dr. Vivetha Elango, A study to assess the prevalence of atypical organisms in pneumonia in children aged 1 month to 3 years by serum polymerase chain reaction in KIMS Hospital, Bangalore, India. International Journal of Contemporary Paediatrics, Vol 7, No 5 (2020)
  7. Dr.Ramya H.S, Mohan Kumar N, Soumya A.et al. Tubercular pleural effusion in adolescents. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences 2014; vol.3 Issue 15, April 14; Page 4105-4110.
  8. Ramya HS , Goutham AS , Pragyee D. Body mass index, waist hip ratio and body fat percentage as early predictors of pre-diabetes and pre-hypertension in adolescents. Curr Pediatr Res 2017; 21 (2): 327-334 Volume 21 Issue 2
  9. Ramya HS , Goutham AS , Lakshmi V Pandit. Curr Pediatr Res. CurrPediatr Res 2017 Volume 21 Issue 2. Prevalence of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in school going children aged between 5-12 years in Bengaluru.

Dr. Shivasaranappa S B

  1. Madhu GN, Siva Saranappa SB, Manasa G. Association between low hemoglobin level, vitamin D deficiency and acute lower respiratory tract infections in children aged 6 months to 5 years. Current Pediatric Research (2017) Volume 21, Issue 1.
  2. Dr. Madhu GN and Dr. Siva Saranappa. A Study of Clinical Spectrum of Enteric Fever in Pediatric Age Group in a Tertiary Healthcare Centre . “A Study of Clinical Spectrum of Enteric Fever in Pediatric Age Group in a Tertiary Healthcare Centre”. EC Paediatrics 7.1 (2018): 03-07. Received: December 01, 2017; Published: January 03, 2018
  3. SivaSaranappa SB, Chaitanya Nair, Madhu GN, Srinivas S, Manjunath MN. Clinical profile and outcome of perinatal asphyxia in a tertiary centre. CurrPediatr Res 2015; 19(1):1- 4.
  4. Nithya S.L., Sivasaranappa, Srinivasa .S. Risk Factors, Causes and Clinical Profile of Severe Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia in a Tertiary Care Hospital. IJMCH Volume 17 (1), 2015
  5. Dr. Siva saranappa SB, Madhu GN, Riteshsingh. A study of disease pattern and outcome of newborns admitted to NICU in a tertiary care hospital JEMDS vol 3. issue 5; feb 2014 1113-1118
  6. Dr. Madhu GN, Siva saranappa SB, Paras Kawar. A study of urinary tract infection in neonatal sepsis. JEMDS vol 3; issue , feb 2014 1235-1239
  7. Rajeshwari Mannapur, Srinivasa.S, Siva Saranappa.S et al.Clinical study of birth asphyxia with hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy: Perinatology, jul-sep 2014 ;vol 15/2
  8. Siva Saranaappa S B, Anjum Aara C A- A clinical study of association of acute kidney injury and Caffeine citrate in preterm neonates, Indian journal of child health (Volume 7 ,Issue 5,May 2020)

Dr. Girish N.

  1. Dr Girish.N. Dr Srinivas H A, DrSoumya A. Study of Hypoalbuminemia in Critically ill Children in Pediatric intensive care unit. International journal of contemporary medicine, Jan-June 2016, Vol 4 , No 1, Page 44
  2. Sunil. B, Girish N , Manali Bhuyan. Outcome of Preterm babies with respiratory distress syndrome on nasal CPAP. Int J Contemp Pediatr. 2017 Jul; 4(4) : 1206-1209
  3. Sunil B, Shruthi Patel, Girish N. IV Paracetamol for closure of patent ductus arteriosus in preterm neonates admitted to a tertiary care centre. Int J ContempPediatr. 2018 Mar; 5 (2): 294-298
  4. Girish N , Sunil. B, Ranganatha A. Devaranavadagi. A clinical of viral hepatitis in children : a prospective hospital based study. Int J ContempPediatr. 2018 Mar ; 5(2): 563-568
  5. Girish N, Shravani M.R., Tharashree C.D, Sunil. B. Outcome of neonates born through meconium stained amniotic fluid in tertiary health care centre. Int J ContempPediatr. 2018 Mar; 5(2): 569-571.
  6. Effectiveness of Buffy Coat Smear and Buffy Coat Culture in Diagnosing Neonatal Septicemia. Dr. Girish.N, Dr. Muragesh Awati, Dr. Sunil. B, Dr. Pramukh Arun Kumar, Dr. Mahati Dasari, International Journal of Medical Science and Current Research, Volume3, Issue 2, Page No: 64-78, March-April 2020
  7. Dr Girish N, Dr Santosh S, DrKeshava Murthy et al. Evolving trends: Hyperbilirubinemia among newborns delivered to Rh negative mothers in Southern India, Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, 2013;Nov,Vol 7(11),2508-2511
  8. Dr Srinivas H.A. Dr Girish N, Dr Pushpalatha K, Dr Harisha G, Serial serum C reactive protein levels for the diagnosis of neonatal infections. Journal of evolution of medical and dental sciences vol-3 issue-4, Jan 2014 , page933.

Dr. Chaitra K M

  1. Dr.Chaitra K M, Dr Mohan Kumar N, Dr Sai Praneeth reddy G et al. Hypernatremia in lower Respiratory tract Infection. International Journal of contemporary Pediatrics, 2016; 3(2):381-384
  2. Dr.Chaitra K M. DrAvinash Agrawal. Dr.Varshini P, Dr.Anil H and Dr. SwetaAthani.Public awareness towards first aid management of epilepsy , International Journal of Contemporary Paediatrics. Volume 6, No 5 (2019)
  3. Dr.Chaitra.K.M, Dr.Yashoda.H.T. et al Knowledge of vaccination among the nursing studentsJournal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences; vol.3 Issue 19, May 12 2014.
  4. Dr.Chaitra K M, Dr Sandeep Ballal, Dr. Ramesh Masthi, Dr. D H AswathNarayana, Dr Yashoda HT, Dr Sanjay S C, Dr Mansi Kumar, Dr Afroza Asiya, Dr Divya Bharathi G –Rabies Encephalitis in a preschool child following post exposure prophylaxis(2020)
  5. Dr.Chaitra Km, Dr Anil H,Dr . Varshini P, Dr .Avinash Agarwal, Dr .Shruti L. Talewad – Study on etiological organisms in a suspected case of sepsis in the children admitted to pediatric intensive care unit.
  6. Dr.Chaitra K M, Dr AvinashAgarwal, Dr Varshini P, Dr Anil H, Dr Shwetha Athani . Public awareness towards first aid management of epilepsy.

Dr. Mohan Kumar N

  1. Dr .Chaitra K M, Dr Mohan Kumar N, Dr Sai Praneeth reddy G et al. Hypernatremia in lower Respiratory tract Infection. International Journal of contemporary Pediatrics, 2016; 3(2):381-384.
  2. Dr Santhosh Kumar K, Dr H T Yashoda, Dr Mohan Kumar N, Dr Srinivasa S. Food exercise and life style changes among Overweight or Obese Children in urban population. International Journal of contemporary Pediatrics 2015 Nov:2(4):361-366.
  3. Dr Mohan Kumar N ,DrManjunathaBabu R, DrKarunakara BP . Comparitive study of efficacy and safety of intravenous sodium valproate with intravenous phenytoin sodium in the treatment of status epilepticus in children. International Journal of contemporary Pediatrics, 2015 Nov:2(4) : 268-273.
  4. Dr. Mohan et al Case report on ullrich congenital muscular dystrophy-Type 6 collagen defect- Current pediatric research. Vol 14, No 2 (2010-07-2010-
  5. Dr. Ramya H.S, Mohan Kumar N ,Soumya A. et al Tubercular pleural effusion in adolescents., Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences 2014; vol.3 Issue 15, April 14; Page 4105-4110.12)

Dr. Shylaja C G

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