Doctor in Shree shreeji women's & Children's Hospital
Treatment of Child and Adolescent Problems
Thyroid Problems Treatment
Thyroid Disorder Treatment
Paediatric Critical Care
Treatment of Childhood Infections
Child Nutrition Management
Growth And Development Including General Paediatri
Management of New Born Care
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (Pgd)
Congenital Ear Problem Treatment
Treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome In Adolesce
Treatment of Thyroid Disease in Children
Cleft Lip Treatment
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Hi Dr Nirav, would like to differ with you on some points... 1. Breast feeding is 2 yrs and beyond and not till 2 yrs as also advocated by Govt of India, and americans say 5 yrs beyond as there they don't have culture of play schools etc and formal education starts at age 5 + 2. Rice water and daal water are not be given... these are myths and wrong advices from our 2 generations seniors as at that time india was a poor country and people dint have food at home so they would put extra water in rice and daal , which was given to the infant and the family used to consume the solid dal and rice. Today even the poorest of the family in cities have enough food for their infant. 3. Juices are also not recommended at any time In fact the rule followed should be any thing which is more thicker and more nutritious than milk. Please revert if I am wrong
He is one of the best Pediatrician, having wide experience. He has expertise to diagnose all type of children diseases & their treatment. He has latest knowledge of all type of vaccines & all vaccines are available at hospital.
Excellent paediatrician with plenty of knowledge of his field.. Patient friendly hospital in my gota and newranip area.
Very honest n clever doctor...
very nice and soft spoken
My son was given Rotateq vaccine in 6th week and Rotasure in 10 week is it fine both are different vaccines. Please suggest if there would be any health issues and which brand would be advisable in next due course.
Q: what is nipah virus?
A: nipah virus was initially discovered when it caused an outbreak of brain fever among pig farmers in malaysia.
Q: should I be worried?
A: a little. As it is transmitted from person to person and there is no effective antiviral therapy for this infection.
Q: who is at high risk? how is it transmitted?
A: 1. People working with pigs and consuming pigs.
2. Farmers who come in contact with bats.
3. Consuming fruits which are already bitten by bat.
4. Contact with people who already have nipah virus infection.
Q: what are the early symptoms?
A: the initial presentation is non-specific, characterized by the sudden onset of fever, headache, muscle pain, nausea and vomiting. Neck rigidity and photophobia are also seen.
The disease rapidly progresses, with deterioration in consciousness *leading to coma within five to seven days.*
Q: how is it diagnosed?
A: the rdiagnosis is by elisa which is currently done at national institute of virology, pune.
Q: how is it treated?
A: supportive care is the mainstay of treatment and infected patients may require intensive care monitoring.
*there is no approved specific therapy for this infection*. So prevention is the only cure!
Q: how do I prevent it?
A: 1. Avoid contact with pigs and pig handlers.
2. Maintain personal hygeine and intensive hand washing practices
3. *avoid consuming raw fruits,* consume only well cooked, clean, home made food till the outbreak settles down.
4. Preferably use n95 mask while travelling or working in public places to avoid person to person transmission.
5. Be aware of the symptoms and report to the doctor immediately for early diagnosis and treatment.