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My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well. This is a premier & reliable healthcare state of ......more
My experience is coupled with genuine concern for my patients. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well. This is a premier & reliable healthcare state of the art hospital based in the Delhi. The unit is a 50 bedded multi-specialty facility located in Nirman Vihar. Founded by a group of great doctors & healthcare advocates of India, Radix Healthcare understands that healthcare is an intensely personal service. Keeping this in mind the organization focusses on end to end healthcare delivery structure. A key component of Radix Healthcare is ‘Prevention’ based community service, under which the hospital organizes free medical camps & checkups to promote community wellness & sensitization of healthcare issues in the country. This was Started in 2003, the hospital has ensured comfort, compassion & cure to its patients for the past many years. As a mission to accomplish ‘health for all’, Radix Healthcare focusses on benevolent activities for the poor by grants for the below poverty line patients. Accredited with the prestigious NABH & NABL, Radix has become a name for quality & commitment in healthcare throughout the national capital region of India.


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C/216 - C/218, Nirman Vihar, Vikas Marg, Near Lagan Banquet HallDelhi Get Directions
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Dr. Renu Malik

MD (Obst. & Gynecology), MBBS
87%  (11 ratings)
31 Years experience
700 at clinic
Unavailable today

Dr. Shruti Malik

MDS - Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics, BDS
5 Years experience
300 at clinic
₹300 online
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Dr. Ravi Malik

MBBS, MD (Paediatrics)
30 Years experience
700 at clinic
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06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
09:00 AM - 01:30 PM
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A branch of medicine reserved especially for treating female conditions of the reproductive system


Aim to offer the best form of childcare to infants and children up to 18 years


Offers excellent dental care to patients with various oral and tooth conditions
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Uterine Transplantation - 6 Things You Must Be Aware Of!

Gynaecologist, Delhi
Uterine Transplantation - 6 Things You Must Be Aware Of!

Every woman loves motherhood, but unfortunately for various reasons, some fail to conceive. One of the reasons for this is a diseased uterus and the second one is the absence of uterus. Women who are unable to conceive because of either diseased/absence of uterus have something to cheer up about. Modern medical science is so advanced that now the diseased uterus can be replaced by a healthy one, thereby, enabling the women to conceive. However, before undergoing this surgical procedure, it is only appropriate that women should understand the concept of uterine transplantation.

  1. UFI: Under this surgical procedure, the diseased uterus is removed and it is replaced by a healthy one. This procedure is performed on women having a condition known as Uterus Factor Infertility (UFI). UFI is caused due to an irreversible damage, either because of an infection or an injury to the uterus or for women born without uterus.
  2. Challenging surgical procedure: It is said that nearly 3% to 5% of women population suffer from UFI. This surgical procedure is considered to be very challenging because several blood vessels are connected to the uterus from the pelvic region. The surgeon has to accurately connect these blood vessels after the surgical procedure.

Some of the other important elements in uterine transplantation are briefly explained here:

  1. The surgical procedure is divided into two. It starts with the retrieval of the damaged uterus, which normally takes about 2 to 3 hours. Thereafter, the transplantation procedure is performed, which takes about 5 to 6 hours.
  2. The women donating their uterus should be in the reproductive age and should not have any medical complications. Further, the women receiving the uterus should be in the genetic recipient group and also should not have any medical complications.
  3. The uterus should be healthy. The age of the uterus is not a matter of concern. Further, the uterus transplanted should have been gotten removed after begetting one or two children.
  4. In the normal course, the recipient should undergo in vitro fertilisation treatment or IVF. This is because the transplanted uterus will not be connected to the fallopian tube, where the fertilisation of egg takes place.
  5. Women who had children previously or those who had suffered from endometriosis or cancer less than five years earlier, or women who had undergone major pelvic or abdominal surgery, or women with insufficient embryo will not be suited for uterus transplantation surgery.
  6. Apart from these, it should also be ensured the procedure of transplantation is within the established legal framework of transplantation of human organs. Moreover, you should also consider the cost of the surgical procedure and various risk factors associated with this procedure.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Premature Birth - How To Take Care Of Your Baby?

Gynaecologist, Delhi
Premature Birth - How To Take Care Of Your Baby?

The usual full term for a pregnancy is usually around 39 to 40 weeks which varies slightly from woman to woman. However, if your baby is born before the 37th week, then he or she may be considered preterm or to have a premature birth. Premature babies are at a higher risk of infections and may also face a lot of other complications such as low birth weight, anemia, apnea or difficulty in breathing. Some pre-term babies may also end up developing hearing and vision impairments along with developmental problems, learning disabilities and other chronic health problems throughout their lives.

How to take care of your preterm baby?
Although your preterm baby may be predisposed to certain problems, if you take care of them well enough then none of the complications or health problems may occur and they will end up having a normal life like other babies who have been delivered after the full term. Initially, your baby may be kept in a NICU or Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for a few days until the doctors can describe them out of danger.

Some of the things that you can do as parents during that period are mentioned as follows:

  1. Ensure a supply of breast milkIt is important for you to have an ample supply of breast milk stored as and when your baby needs it. Breast milk helps fight infections as well as provides important nutrients for your baby’s development. Your preterm baby may not be able to have breast milk initially and thus you may have to store them via refrigeration.
  2. Ask for supplements to breast milk for your baby: Your preterm baby may not be able to have breast milk immediately after birth. It is thus important to discuss with the doctor about the right milk supplements which can be given to your baby to help with their nutrition and development.
  3. If you have concerns, immediately bring them up: It is important to share any changes in your baby’s health with your doctor and bring up any concerns with them. They may not seem very significant, but it still makes sense to let the doctors know as it may indicate other serious problems that may develop.
  4. Gather and stay on top of information: It is important to gather as much information as possible for the condition of your child and prepare yourself before you take your child home. Ask the doctors and other medical staff at hand what is being done and what you will need to do once your baby is discharged.
  5. Connect with your baby: Even if your baby was born early, you can have skin to skin contact with him or her as long as the precautions have been properly followed. Also, sing and talk to your baby as you would to a normal child as this would help build closeness and emotional connect between the two of you. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!
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