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Pediatrics is a medical specialty concerned with the treatment of newborns, children, and adolescents. Pediatricians are specialized doctors with the education and experience to diagnose and treat a wide range of illnesses that might affect children. Also, they assist young children's physical, emotional, and social development from infancy through early adulthood while promoting children's health, preventing disease and damage, and doing so.

Pediatricians are in charge of identifying and treating diseases and ailments specific to kids, like developmental delays, congenital problems, and infectious diseases. Additionally, they offer standard medical treatments like vaccines, well-child visits, and testing for prevalent paediatric diseases.

Our Approach in Paediatric

VR Revankar Hospitals specialize in paediatric care. Our paediatric team is trained to work with children and their families. This team includes paediatricians, nurses, surgeons, anesthesiologists, pharmacists, child life specialists, and others as needed. The VR Revankar Hospital’s paediatric team works closely with the child and family to provide specialized care. This method may include age-appropriate explanations of medical procedures and conditions, family involvement in the child's care, and family concerns and inquiries.

Our Services in Paediatric

  1. Paediatric neurology tackles spinal cord, brain, nerve, and muscle problems in newborns, children, and teens.
  2. Paediatric Surgery – The Department of Child Care’s Paediatric Surgery division performs top-notch procedures for paediatric thoracic, Gastrointestinal, HPB, urological, and neonatal abnormalities. The Child Care Division offers advanced Pediatric Laparoscopic surgery.
  3. General paediatrics encompasses a wide range of paediatric disorders, from urgent to chronic. We treat chicken pox to Kawasaki’s disease. Pediatricians keep stable children with their parents under continual care.
  4. Pediatric gastroenterology treats GI, pancreatic, and liver problems in children.
  5. Paediatric Pulmonology – The Child Care section treats and diagnoses asthma, wheezing, pneumonia, apnea, cystic fibrosis, and bronchitis in children.
  6. Pediatric endocrinology: Physical and sexual development issues.
  7. Paediatric Nephrology – Our paediatricians can diagnose, investigate, and treat acute and chronic kidney diseases in children, including kidney transplantation and dialysis.
  8. Neonatal & Paediatric Intensive Care – The Neonatal ICU and Paediatric ICU provide Level III care for newborns up to 28 days old. The Neonatal ICU gives sick neonates TPN, phototherapy. Other neonatology programmes include metabolic, ROP, and ear screening.
  9. Pediatric cardiologists diagnose and treat cardiac diseases in children from conception to adulthood.
  10. Pediatric orthopaedics treats children’s bones, muscles, and joints.
  • FAQs

    What services do pediatricians provide?

    Pediatricians provide a variety of services, including well-child exams, immunizations, screenings for common childhood conditions, and treatment for acute and chronic illnesses. They also provide guidance on issues related to child health and development, such as nutrition, safety, and behavioral issues.

    What should I expect during a visit to a pediatrician?

    During a visit to a pediatrician, the child’s height, weight, and vital signs may be measured, and the pediatrician will perform a physical exam. The pediatrician may also ask questions about the child’s health and development, as well as the family’s medical history. Depending on the child’s age and medical history, the visit may also include vaccinations and screenings for common childhood conditions.

    When should I take my child to a pediatrician?

    Children should see a pediatrician regularly for well-child exams and immunizations. In addition, parents should take their child to a pediatrician if they are concerned about their child’s health, such as if the child has a fever, rash, or other symptoms of illness.

    What can I do to help my child stay healthy?

    Parents can help their child stay healthy by ensuring they receive all recommended vaccinations, encouraging healthy habits such as regular exercise and a nutritious diet, and promoting good hygiene practices such as regular handwashing. Parents should also monitor their child’s health and seek medical care if they have concerns about their child’s health or development.

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