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PEDICON 2018 

Suresh Bhat Auditorium, Reshimbagh Ground, Nagpur,  14 December 2017 -17 December 2017


Conferences
The Aging Kidney: Current Concepts and Controversies
Dr Prabhakar Sharma, USA, 09 January 2018
#Diabetes and Endocrinology #Nephrology
Diabetic nephropathy (DN) remains the most common cause of end-stage renal disease (ESRD) in many parts of the world. Although the prevalence of DN is increasi ...MORE
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PTH-lowering Drugs and Parathyroidectomy: Whats New?
Dr Jacob George, Thiruvananthapuram, 09 January 2018
#Cardiology #Nephrology
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is often associated with an elevation of parathyroid hormone (PTH). PTH can account for several consequences of CKD like renal ost ...MORE
584 Views
1 Comments

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Urinary Electrolytes: When is it Important to Estimate?
Dr Jayant Thomas Mathew, Kerala, 09 January 2018
#Nephrology
Urine chemistries are used to help diagnose and manage patients with acute kidney injury, polyuria, hyponatremia, metabolic acidosis, metabolic alkalosis and di ...MORE
526 Views
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FGF23 and Klotho Handling by Kidneys
Dr Ashish Nandwani, New Delhi, 09 January 2018
#Cardiology #Nephrology
The term chronic kidney deisease-mineral and bone disorder (CKD-MBD) refers to a constellation of features that is attributable to renal dysfunction, and it is ...MORE
632 Views
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Ultrasonography and Doppler in Renal Diseases
Dr Arun Gupta, New Delhi, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology
Sonography, Doppler and computed tomography are essential tools in nephrology for diagnosis and management of kidney diseases and guidance of invasive procedure ...MORE
631 Views
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CKD and Hypertension: State-of-the-Art Management
Dr Deodatta Chafekar, 11 January 2018
#Cardiology #Nephrology
Hypertension and chronic kidney disease (CKD) are closely associated with an intermingled cause and effect relationship. Declines in kidney function are typical ...MORE
604 Views
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Nuclear Medicine Imaging
Dr Ritu Verma, New Delhi, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology
Nuclear medicine is safe, noninvasive, painless and cost-effective. It provides quantitative functional information. ...MORE
473 Views
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Sepsis and Pediatric Acute Kidney Injury
Prof (Dr) Sanjeev Gulati, New Delhi, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology #Pediatrics
Sepis-induced acute kidney injury (SAKI) is associated with increased in-hospital mortality as well as longer ICU and hospital length of stay when compared with ...MORE
569 Views
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Asymptomatic Bacteriuria and Urinary Tract Infection in Pregnancy
Dr Divya Bajpai, Mumbai, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology #Obstetrics and Gynecology
Universal screening of all pregnant females with culture once at 12-16 weeks is mandatory. E. coli is the most common uropathogen in both ABU and UTI. Treatment ...MORE
701 Views
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Ventilator Settings in Metabolic Acidosis in Critically Sick Patient
Dr Afzal Azim, Lucknow, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology
Patients with metabolic acidosis are relying on their hyperventilation. Induction agents and setting the ventilator to a normal respiratory rate may lead to fur ...MORE
521 Views
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The Beneficial Effects of Switching from Oral Iron to IV FCM in Ckd Patients
Dr (Prof) DK Agarwal, New Delhi, 11 January 2018
#Cardiology #Nephrology
Iron deficiency anemia is one of the common complications occurring in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) and contributes to the burden of disease in pa ...MORE
572 Views
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When Magnesium Bothers Nephrologists?
Dr Pankaj Hans, Patna, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology
Magnesium is essential for man and has to be consumed regularly and in sufficient amount to prevent deficiency. It is a cofactor in more than 300 enzymatic reac ...MORE
586 Views
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Urinary Casts: When Do They Clinch a Diagnosis?
Dr T Dineshkumar Chennai, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology
Urine sediment is a time-tested, cost-effective method in diagnosing renal disease. Acanthocyte in urine is highly specific for glomerular bleed. ...MORE
709 Views
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Potassium Balancing Act of Kidneys and Newer Antihyperkalemic Agents
Dr Praveen Kumar Etta, Hyderabad, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology
Potassium is the most abundant cation in the intracellular fluid. The kidney is primarily responsible for maintaining total body potassium content by matching i ...MORE
485 Views
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Complement in Immune-mediated Glomerulonephritis
Dr Sidharth Sethi, Gurugram, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology #Nephrology
Constitutional dysregulation of the alternative pathway is associated with a glomerulonephritis with isolated C3 deposits (Boyer O, et al. AJKD 2008;51(4):671-7 ...MORE
624 Views
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Basis of Genetics
Dr Valentine Lobo, Pune, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology
Definitive genetic test result will not change with time. A variety of tests are available and they find application in different situations. ...MORE
607 Views
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Complement in Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome
Dr Aditi Sinha, New Delhi, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology
Hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) is a chief cause of acute kidney injury in children. It is a rare, life-threatening disease diagnosed by clinical features; acut ...MORE
473 Views
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How to Avoid Underdiagnosis and Overdiagnosis of CKD?
Dr Imtiyaz Ahmad Wani, Srinagar, 11 January 2018
#Cardiology #Nephrology
Various studies including SEEK study India have claimed a high prevalence of CKDs. However, more recent studies contradict this and suggest that CKDs are largel ...MORE
514 Views
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Principles of Creative Thinking
Dr KK Aggarwal, Group Editor-in-Chief IJCP Group, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology
The creative process seems serendipitous or by chance at first. In fact, it is the result of different processes that occur in a logical sequence. ...MORE
772 Views
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Dr Kulbir Ahlawat, New Delhi, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology
MRI acts as a problem solving tool. MRI has the advantage of better characterization of various tissues on different pulse sequences: normal cortex, medulla, PC ...MORE
454 Views
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Role of Complement in Recurrence of Glomerulonephritis
Dr Darshan Rangaswamy, Manipal, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology
Very high histological recurrence in glomerulonephritis (GN) with complement dysregulation (70%); graft loss in up to 50% (DDD > C3GN [18 months] > IgMPGN [10 y ...MORE
545 Views
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Asymptomatic Bacteriuria in Patient with Stone, Kidney Diseases and Bladder Dysfunction
Dr Mayoor Prabhu, Mangalore, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology
Asymptomatic bacteriuria is seen frequently in specific settings of clinical practice. While not always a cause for alarm, in certain conditions it should alert ...MORE
644 Views
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Iron and Innate Immunity in Acute Kidney Injury: Promising Therapeutic Targets
Dr Swaminathan Sundararaman, USA, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology
Iron homeostasis plays a critical role in regulating cell signalling and repair responses to injury. ...MORE
530 Views
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Complement System Pathways: An Overview
Dr Arghya Majumdar, Kolkata, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology
Complement is central to the development of inflammatory reactions and forms one of the major immune defense systems of the body. The complement system serves ...MORE
482 Views
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Physiological Determinants of GFR: What should a Nephrologist Know?
Dr HS Kohli, Chandigarh, 11 January 2018
#Nephrology
There is a need of defining GFR values in different age groups, ethnicity and race. ...MORE
457 Views
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Conferences
Complement in ANCA Vasculitis and IgA nephropathy: Should We Target or Still a Wait Period?
Dr Anna T Valson, Vellore, 09 January 2018
#Nephrology
Necrotizing and crescentic GN (NCGN) and vasculitis are associated with ANCA. C5aR/CD88 is considered to be important in the mediation of anti-MPO-induced NCGN ...MORE
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Breakfast Symposia: Renal Transplantation in Sensitized Patients
Dr Vijay Kher, New Delhi, 12 January 2018
#Nephrology #Transplantation
“Good doctors prevent diseases; mediocre doctors treat disease in early stages; bad doctors treat diseases in late stages.”~Chinese Proverb ...MORE
449 Views
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RAS Blockers: Good, Bad and?
Dr Pradeep Arora, USA, 12 January 2018
#Cardiology #Nephrology
CKD is a worldwide public health problem. In the US, there is a rising incidence and prevalence of kidney failure, with poor outcomes and high cost. ...MORE
576 Views
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Nephrotoxic Antibiotics: How and When to Use?
Dr Sudhir G Kulkarni, Aurangabad, 12 January 2018
#Nephrology
Nephrotoxic antibiotics, in spite of their toxicity, have an important role in managing critical patients in the era of multidrug-resistant infections. ...MORE
591 Views
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Pros and Cons of Global Kidney Exchange/Paired Kidney Donation
Dr Rahul M Jindal, USA, 12 January 2018
#Nephrology #Transplantation
Blood type and crossmatch incompatibility will exclude at least one-third of patients in need, from receiving a live donor kidney transplant. ...MORE
446 Views
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Incremental PD Dose in Clinical Practice: Are Evidences Sufficient?
Dr Tarun Jeloka, Pune, 12 January 2018
#Nephrology
Incremental PD (Incr PD) is individualizing the dose of dialysis as per patient needs without compromising on adequacy. ...MORE
581 Views
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Upsurge in Application to Salvage Liver Disorders in India
Dr Neelam Mohan, Gurugram, 15 January 2018
#Gastroenterology #Pediatrics
Neonatal cholestasis (NC) constitutes 30% of hepatobiliary disorders in India. First step in approach is to differentiate between neonatal hepatitis, paucity of ...MORE
546 Views
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Myoclonus – Practical Approach All Myoclonus are not Epileptic
Dr PAM Kunju, Trivandrum, 15 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Myoclonus is a sudden, shock-like contraction of a muscle or group of muscles. ...MORE
522 Views
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Legal Issues in Quality Care and Critical Care
Dr Sudhir Mishra, Jamshedpur, 15 January 2018
#Critical Care #Pediatrics
The practice as a specialist should be backed by degree and not mere experience of working in a particular specialty. ...MORE
619 Views
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Enuresis in Children
Dr C Suresh Kumar, Hyderabad, 15 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Voiding of urine in bed after 5 years of age for more than 2 times a week for 3 months is called nocturnal enuresis. ...MORE
553 Views
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Liver Transplantation in Indian Scenario – Challenges and Way Forward
Prof Anupam Sibal, New Delhi, 15 January 2018
#Gastroenterology #Pediatrics
Liver transplantation is an established modality for acute liver failure, chronic liver failure and metabolic disorders. ...MORE
558 Views
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Conferences
Whats New in Pediatrics
Prof Dr KK Aggarwal, Padma Shri Awardee Vice President CMAAO Group Editor-in-chief IJCP Publications President Heart Care Foundation of India Immediate Past National President IMA, 15 January 2018
#Pediatrics
A prospective study of 343 children who were discharged from the hospital with an opioid prescription reported that 58% of prescribed doses were not consumed an ...MORE
556 Views
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Pediatric Cough
Anoop Verma, 15 January 2018
#Pediatrics
It is important to differentiate viral infection from bacterial infection. ...MORE
643 Views
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Otitis Media - Current Guidelines in Management
Dr Jagdish Chinnappa, Bengaluru, 15 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Otitis media is associated with signifi cant morbidity and mortality, hearing loss, antibiotic use. ...MORE
552 Views
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Health Evaluation of A Newly Adopted Child
Dr Avinash Bhosale, Jalgaon, 15 January 2018
#Pediatrics
There have been 16,181 adoptions in the last 4 years. Therefore, it is important to discuss health evaluation of a newly adopted child. ...MORE
584 Views
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Severe Pneumonia – Guidelines for Management
Dr Narayanappa, Mysuru, 15 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Etiologic agent – Virus; Pneumococcus; Mycoplasma; Staphylococcus. ...MORE
458 Views
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Managing AEFI and Vaccine Refusals
Dr Kiran N Baliga, Mangalore, 15 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Top vaccine safety concerns of patients/families include autism; aluminum; pain of so many shots; apprehension over the number of shots at once/so early; some p ...MORE
585 Views
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Choosing the Right Aed – Different Seizures, Different Drugs
Dr Sudhindra Aroor, Bengaluru, 15 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Before starting any aed: Confirmation of seizure(s), classify the epilepsy (seizure type, syndrome), rule out other etiologies, appropriate AED – start low, go ...MORE
513 Views
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Antibiotic Stewardship
Dr Vijay Yewale Navi, Mumbai, 15 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Antibiotic use in office practice – 50% is inappropriate; 30% or more is unindicated. ...MORE
618 Views
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Legal Issues in Adolescents
Dr Himabindu Singh, Hyderabad, 15 January 2018
#Pediatrics
The rate of crime amongst youth has increased to 40% and almost 56% of the crimes are done by youngsters in the age group 16-25 years. ...MORE
597 Views
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Rapid Diagnostic Tests in Infectious Diseases
Dr Ketan Shah, Surat, 15 January 2018
#Infectious Diseases #Pediatrics
Various rapid diagnostic tests are available now in India. ...MORE
484 Views
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Therapeutic Hypothermia in Neonates
Dr Muktanshu Patil, 15 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Therapeutic hypothermia (deliberate lowering of the body temperature) aims to cool the brain soon after birth and for several days afterwards to prevent brain d ...MORE
589 Views
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Antivirals - When, How and Where?
Dr Ritabrata Kundu, Kolkata, 15 January 2018
#Pediatrics
The antiviral chemotherapy for the treatment of common viral infections is faced with many challenges such as intracellular replication of the virus, unavailabi ...MORE
521 Views
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Dermatological Manifestations of Infectious Diseases in Children
Dr Ashok S Kapse, Surat, 15 January 2018
#Dermatology #Infectious Diseases
Physical examination should include general appearance, vital signs, signs of toxicity. ...MORE
583 Views
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Conferences
Neonatal Hypoglycemia
Dr Ketan G Bharadva, Surat, 15 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Healthy term newborns have great nutritional and metabolic adaptive capabilities. Early and exclusive breastfeeding meets their needs. ...MORE
453 Views
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Adolescent and Travelers Vaccination
Dr Digant Shastri, Surat, 15 January 2018
#Pediatrics
The IAP recommendation for catch up immunization in adolescents includes MMR vaccine, Hepatitis B vaccine, Hepatitis A vaccine, Typhoid vaccine and Varicella va ...MORE
602 Views
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Evidence-based Pediatric Practice - Rationality vs. Reality
Dr Uday Bodhankar, Nagpur, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Clinicians need information – We need it up to 60 times per week and it could affect eight decisions per day. But we get only 30% of it. ...MORE
551 Views
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Parenting without Punishment
Dr Shaji Thomas John, Kerala, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Parenting practices around the world share three major goals: ensuring children’s health and safety, preparing children for life as productive adults, transmitt ...MORE
580 Views
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Every Adolescent Deserves a Good HEADS History
Dr Harish Pemde, New Delhi, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Adolescents are very different from a child or an adult. They need to be treated differently, whether in OPD or in indoor wards. ...MORE
481 Views
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Atypical Infections: Pediatricians Perspective
Dr S Balasubramanian, Chennai, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Atypical presentation of typical infectious diseases is more common than the typical presentation of an infection caused by atypical pathogens. ...MORE
527 Views
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Pediatric Polytrauma
Dr Sameer Sadawarte, Mumbai, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics #Pediatrics
Cases of pediatric trauma are increasing in number. About 75-90% of these injuries are preventable. Children are not mini adults. ...MORE
547 Views
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Handling Anger, Aggression and Prevention of Bullying
Dr Swati Y Bhave, Pune, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
There are various causes of anger, aggression and bullying in children. Parents and teachers together can prevent and manage it. ...MORE
484 Views
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Recent Updates in Pediatrics
Prof Dr KK Aggarwal, Padma Shri Awardee Vice President CMAAO Group Editor-in-chief IJCP Publications President Heart Care Foundation of India Immediate Past National President IMA, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Early (before 8 days of age) administration of erythropoietin (EPO) in preterm infants resulted in a small reduction in use of red cell transfusions, which was ...MORE
647 Views
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Dengue fever: An Emerging Exanthematous Fever
Dr Lakhan Poswal, Udaipur, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Dengue is the most rapidly spreading mosquito borne viral disease with a major public health concern in the developing world. ...MORE
588 Views
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Low-cost Interventions to Improve Outcomes in Newborns
Dr Ranjan Kumar Pejaver, Bengaluru, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Cost-effective interventions to improve outcomes in preterm newborns – Antenatal steroids for women in preterm labor; antenatal magnesium sulfate in preterm lab ...MORE
457 Views
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Evaluation and Approach to Management of a Bleeding Child
Dr Raj Warier, Louisiana, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
It is important to understand the pathophysiology of coagulation. ...MORE
580 Views
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Child Rights in the Era of Globalization - Role of UN
Dr Sushma Kirtani, Goa, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
The children of the world are innocent, vulnerable and dependent. They are also curious, active and full of hope. Their childhood should be one of joy and peace ...MORE
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Infection Mimics
Dr S Balasubramanian, Chennai, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Infections constitute majority of indications for outpatient and inpatient treatment in children. Fever is the most common symptom causing anxiety for parents a ...MORE
632 Views
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Milieu Exterior in NICU Sounds and Action
Dr Sharad Agarkhedkar, Pune, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Promote survival without impairment. ...MORE
534 Views
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Enteric Fever
Dr N Gnanamurthy, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Globally, typhoid fever incidence is 3.6/1,000 population. In India, it is anywhere near 3-10/1,000 population. About 50% incidence is seen in children below 12 ...MORE
586 Views
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Law and Pediatrics
Dr Omesh Khurana, Chhattisgarh, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
IAPians are serving India with great zeal and enthusiasm. Prevention of malnutrition and stunting is an important sustainable development goal (SDG) to be achie ...MORE
549 Views
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Screening and Management of at-risk Infants for Hypoglycemia
Dr Ashok Kumar Deorari, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
The most concerning outcomes of neonatal hypoglycemia are seizures that may progress to coma and death or severe neurodevelopmental abnormalities. ...MORE
662 Views
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Diabetic Ketoacidosis
Dr Hemchand K Prasad, Chennai, 16 January 2018
#Diabetes and Endocrinology #Pediatrics
ISPAD 2014 guidelines should be followed to manage diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) in children and adolescents. ...MORE
566 Views
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Brain Cramps: Migraine and its Variants – Red Flags to Search Serious Cause - Approach
Dr Sudhindra Aroor, Bengaluru, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Accurate diagnosis and effective treatment improve quality-of-life, and prevent long-term disability and comorbidity. ...MORE
593 Views
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Behavioral Problems in Children: Worsening Trends – Time to Awaken
Dr Ketan G Bharadva, Surat, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
A study from 7 states reveals that 17.7% youth, peaking at 16 to 19 years, show heightened aggressiveness which enroots oppositional defi ance and conduct disor ...MORE
648 Views
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Nutrition for Health and Happiness
Dr Elizabeth KE, Thiruvananthapuram, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Ensure normal birth weight, focus on adolescent and prenatal nutrition. ...MORE
540 Views
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LMA: An Alternative to ET
Dr Shruthi TK, Chennai, 16 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Laryngeal mask airway (LMA) – It is a device that facilitates oxygenation and ventilation without endotracheal intubation. ...MORE
585 Views
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Role of Private Sector and IAP
Dr Santosh T Soans, Mangaluru, 17 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Role of IAP in child health - The mission is to achieve optimum growth, development and health in the physical, emotional, mental, social and spiritual realms o ...MORE
548 Views
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Recognition and Management of Shock: Current Concepts
Prof Dr Jaydeb Ray, Kolkata, 17 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Shock is a clinical diagnosis. Early identification of shock is crucial to reversing the underlying cause and initiating early resuscitation to decrease morbidi ...MORE
455 Views
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What is More Traumatic: Separated Parents or Fighting Parents?
Dr Ramesh B Dampuri, Hyderabad, 17 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Raising a child in a conflicted and unhappy environment is more damaging than separation. ...MORE
582 Views
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Pitfalls in Diagnosis of Tuberculosis
Dr Ketan Shah, Surat, 17 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Diagnosis of tuberculosis is very difficult. However, newer modalities and guidelines have made it easy for clinicians. ...MORE
618 Views
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Heartfelt Gratitude
Dr Vasant Khalatkar, Chief Org. Chairperson, 17 January 2018
#Pediatrics
“Every single moment that happens, happens once in a lifetime” - I believe in it. This has to be the “once in a lifetime moment of my life”. I am grateful to Go ...MORE
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Some Recent Updates in Pediatrics
Prof Dr KK Aggarwal, Padma Shri Awardee Vice President, CMAAO Group Editor-in-chief, IJCP Publications President, Heart Care Foundation of India Immediate Past National President, IMA, 17 January 2018
#Pediatrics
During a mumps outbreak at a university with over 20,000 enrolled students, almost all of whom had previously received two vaccine doses, nearly 5,000 students ...MORE
554 Views
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Neurodevelopment Assessment
Dr R Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, Rajahmundry, AP, 17 January 2018
#Neurology #Pediatrics
Early identification of deficits in all four domains of neurodevelopment by thorough history, complete physical examination, psychological evaluation, necessary ...MORE
566 Views
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IAP Life Time Achievement Award for Research in Child Health
Dr Swati Y Bhave, Pune, 17 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Dr Swati Y Bhave was felicitated with the IAP Life Time Achievement Award for Research in Child Health at the 55th National Conference of Indian Academy of Pedi ...MORE
569 Views
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Blood Components in Practice
Dr Janani Sankar, Chennai, 18 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Think twice before deciding to transfuse. ...MORE
551 Views
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Current Thoughts and Future Trends for Indian Pediatrician
Dr Santosh T Soans, Mangaluru, 18 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Healthcare requires stronger collective management and accountability guided by a clearer sense of overall direction and purpose. Healthcare should not be viewe ...MORE
480 Views
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Acute Febrile Encephalopathy
Dr Ashok Rai Varanasi, UP, 18 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Encephalopathy describes a clinical syndrome of altered mental status, manifesting as reduced consciousness or altered behavior. ...MORE
535 Views
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Steroids in Pediatric Pulmonary Diseases
Dr Krishan Chugh, Gurugram, 18 January 2018
#Pediatrics #Pulmonary Medicine
Prevention of HMD - Antenatal treatment with corticosteroids should be considered for all women at risk for preterm labor between 23+0 and 35+6 weeks. Benefi t ...MORE
589 Views
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Infection-associated MAS
Prof Arun K Baranwal, Chandigarh, 19 January 2018
#Infectious Diseases #Pediatrics
Macrophage activation syndrome (MAS) is a life-threatening complication of rheumatic disease, especially, systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis (SJIA) and adul ...MORE
546 Views
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Choosing the Correct Investigations for a Given Situation
Dr Abhay Kantilal Shah, Ahmedabad, 19 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Diagnosis of any medical illness depends on carefully elicited detailed clinical history, thorough clinical examination and correct investigations sent at an ap ...MORE
563 Views
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Central Line: Tips and Tricks
Dr Maninder Dhaliwal, Gurugram, 19 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Ultrasound guidance is recommended by Governing/Certifying bodies such as AHRQ, NICE and CDC. ...MORE
588 Views
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How to Choose an Antibiotic?
Dr Bakul Parekh, Mumbai, 19 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Proper collection of cultures - Collect specimen before starting antibiotics; collect sample with due precautions; send sample from correct site; tissue, fl uid ...MORE
597 Views
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Clinical Conditions You can not Afford Missing in Infancy
Dr R Ramakrishna Paramahamsa Rajahmundry, AP, 19 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Clinical conditions like congenital hypothyroidism, congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH), inborn errors of metabolism, critical congenital heart diseases (CCHD) ...MORE
586 Views
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Vasopressors and Inotropes in PICU
Dr Jesal Sheth, Mumbai, 19 January 2018
#Pediatrics
Vasopressors and inotropes are frequently used lifesaving medicines in very critical children to support heart, blood pressure (BP) and blood fl ow to all vital ...MORE
596 Views
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Hypertensive Crisis in PICU
Dr Anil Sachdev, New Delhi, 19 January 2018
#Cardiology #Pediatrics
Causes of hypertensive crisis - Essential hypertension, primary CNS disease, spinal cord injury, renal parenchymal disorders, renovascular disorders, systemic l ...MORE
637 Views
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