Doctor in Mannat Multi Speciality Clinic
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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The complete process of rashes treatment was so painless and quick, and i am so relieved that I chose to consult him. Our family physician personally recommended this Nishant Mahajan. I thought that post treatment it won't happen again, but then after sometime, the symptoms re appeared. Even though there was a long queue, still the staff was very pleasant. Nishant Mahajan certainly knows the in and out of his speciality. I feel strange that I am suffering from rashesHe ensures that he gives enough time to each patient.
My son was going through adolscent disordersit was severe and unmanageable, but dr Nishant Mahajan was able to handle it.Whatever tests the Doctor prescribed, were very correct and the gave the exact idea about my sons’s condition. The waiting area in the Jeevan Jyoti Hospital in DelhiNCR iis very comfortable.I am so happy with the results of my treatment, that I will surely recommend him to anyone gladly.
We have been consulting Dr Nishant for over an year for my toddler for her routine vaccination and other health checkups. The over experience has been wonderful as the Doctor is quite friends and makes babies& parents very comfortable. The prescribed medicines do wonders within no time. I higly recommend Dr Nishant Mahajan to everyone. God bless you doctor!!
my child needed pediatric treatments and I didn't know what to do. He ensures that he listens to his patients. So many doctors I consulted, but his treatment was the best. I searched this Dr Nishant Mahajan online and saw his reviews. It was an amazing experience as everyone in the Jeevan Jyoti Hospital is so nice. my child is good now
My child was suffering from skin rash de to which I was very tensed. I took my child to Dr Nishant. Thanks to the expert care and guidance,my child is much better than before. He is not just friendly, but also is very motivating. On the very first day he identified my problem. I owe him a big thank for the treatment he offered.
My Experience with doctorNishant Mahajan is really great. I consulted him for the issue of my child’s anxiety problems at his clinic Jeevan Jyoti Hospital in Delhi. I appreciate and recommend to all seeking for help as he is really nice and very helpful.
Thnaks to Dr Nishant for giving his guidance. Not only he is very calm and composed, but is also a very understanding doctor. The overall atmosphere in the Jeevan Jyoti Hospital is very soothing.
Dr.Nishant Mahajan is a such an experienced doctor and listens to worried parents calmly. Advices what's the best for child. All queries are well answered giving a valid explanation.
Nishant is a very good Doctor. Extremely helpful, good diagnosis and effective treatment. Very satisfied for my daughter.
I am very happy with his treatment on all the problems. I am very satisfied with his consulting. I highly recommend him.
It was a very Gud experience.. I have been there for my daughter.. He is a very Gud doc.. Like the way he treat kids..
A very helpful doctor... He will answer all your questions patiently.... Overall a very good experience.
It is a great experience always ,we can get our queries solved on a phone call n msg also.
Good baby doctor, nice clinic and availablity of doctor is communicated ever well
very good experience very soft spoken with babies and give best treatment to
There is no words to describe the experience. He is like a saviour for kids
Dr Nishant is an updated doctor who attends you with patience and a smile.
Doctor explained everything very well and patiently. Wonderful experience
highly knowledgeable, polite , and easily approachable Paediatrician
I am satisfied and happy with the medicine provided for my baby
My 5 month old baby weighing 7.7 kg was prescribed ofloxacin 50 mg 3.5 ml twice daily. Please tell me whether it is the correct dosage for a 5 month old.
Meningococcal meningitis is a form of bacterial meningitis. Meningitis is a disease caused by inflammation and irritation of the meninges, the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. In meningococcal meningitis this is caused by bacteria invading the cerebrospinal fluid, circulating through the central nervous system.
Meningococcal disease causes life-threatening meningitis and sepsis conditions. In the case of meningitis, bacteria attack the lining between the brain and skull called the meninges. Infected fluid from the meninges then passes into the spinal cord, causing symptoms including stiff neck, fever and rashes. The meninges (and sometimes the brain itself) begin to swell, which affects the central nervous system.
Even with antibiotics, approximately 1 in 10 victims of meningococcal meningitis will die; however, about as many survivors of the disease lose a limb or their hearing, or suffer permanent brain damage. The sepsis type of infection is much more deadly, and results in a severe blood poisoning called meningococcal sepsis that affects the entire body. In this case, bacterial toxins rupture blood vessels and can rapidly shut down vital organs. Within hours, patient's health can change from seemingly good to mortally ill
Complications following meningococcal disease can be divided into early and late groups. Early complications include: raised intracranial pressure, disseminated intravascular coagulation, seizures, circulatory collapse and organ failure. Later complications are: deafness, blindness, lasting neurological deficits, reduced iq, and gangrene leading to amputations.
Vaccination plays the most important role in preventing such a deadly disease. For information on vaccine, contact your doctor at the earliest.
Constipation is a very common problem among toddlers and children. It takes place when the child's stool is dry, hard and unusually large, and the frequency of bowel movement is low and inconsistent. Although it is not a serious cause for concern, constipation in children should be recognised and treated early so that it does not develop into a chronic long-term ailment.
Constipation in children is seldom directly caused by any disease or medical disorder, which is known as idiopathic constipation and may be cause by a number of factors:
1.Diet: This is the primary cause of constipation in children. If the child's diet has low water and fibre content and heavily features sugar and processed foods, stool becomes hard and bowel movement gets restricted.
2. Deliberate withholding often children may consciously avoid visiting the toilet, which may make them feel constipated. This may be due to embarrassment, especially in public spaces or they might be too engaged in playing to not go to the toilet, altogether. Some children do it out of fear when a previous toilet experience has been particularly painful.
3. Lack of physical activity: the digestive system is boosted through regular exercise. Lack of physical activity, thus, inhibits regular bowel movement.
4. Illness and medication: infections and illnesses, especially ones pertaining to the stomach cause the child to become constipated. Many medicines and supplements also affect the digestive system and can lead to constipation.
What are the ways to manage constipation in children?
Constipation in children is treated differently than in adults as their diets and patterns of bowel movement are dissimilar.
The primary treatments for constipation in children are:
1. Stool softeners and laxatives
The administration of bowel movement enhancing medication is the simplest way of treating constipation in children. There are various kinds of stool softeners and laxatives that are safe for children and must always be used under the supervision of a paediatrician.
2. Dietary adjustment
Making changes to the child's diet by including high fibre foods (such as fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grain breads, cereals, etc.) can help cure constipation. Compelling the child to intake ample fluids in the form of water or milk is also necessary. Sugary drinks must be avoided.
Is your child undergoing Primary Immunodeficiency Disorders (PIDDs)? If you are tired of seeing your child suffering with regular cold and cough which could be solely due to a lack of nutrients in the diet, resulting in low immunity of the body. Adopting healthy habits by cutting back on junk food while including healthy items will help raise your child’s immunity levels immensely.
Some of the best foods to include in the diet to increase the immunity of your child are mentioned below:
Eggs, pulses, lean meats and other healthy protein: Immunity buildup may be disrupted if there isn’t enough protein in your diet. Milk protein in cow’s milk or dairy products like butter and cheese, animal protein in lean meats such as chicken and ovo-protein in eggs are highly beneficial and raise immunity levels.
Fish for immunity build up: Fish is a great immunity builder and also helps in making the brain work more efficiently. Fish meat contains lean proteins as well as essential omega-3 acids which help properly regulate many functions within the body raising immunity.
Stay healthy with yogurt: There are a lot many flavored varieties of curd or yogurt that your child may like and which is also considered as a power food source. It helps reduce gastrointestinal illnesses. However, try and go for the less flavored ones as they would have lesser amounts of processed sugar.
Oats and Barley for your rescue: The reason why oats and barley are healthy alternatives, especially for children is because they are composed of beta-glucan (fibre containing antioxidants and antimicrobial properties). This helps in avoiding constipation thus cleaning the intestine and hence avoiding the buildup of harmful bacteria within the body.
Fruit toppings are delicious: Fruits are not limited to mangoes, apples and bananas only. Darker the color of the fruit, greater is the nutritional value. Berries, peaches, melons, pomegranates etc, can and should also be included in your fruit intake as they are healthy as well as tasty.
Vegetables can be tasty too: Growing children require leafy green vegetables for physical and mental development as they contain zinc, iron and folic acid. Foods like fenugreek leaves and spinach are an example of vitamin rich food items. You can include spinach and other vegetables in a clever manner by making the food interesting so that children would want to eat it willingly.
Carrots to fight infection: Carrots are beneficial for good eyesight and protection from infections. With carrot intake it becomes quite difficult for the bacteria and germs to ender the blood vessels. This can be made into a salad or craved figuring to make it interesting to the kids. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a pediatrician.
Complementary feeding is for infants who are shifting gradually to table food from mother's milk by time they are one year old.
There are 3 principles which are to be adhered so that the transition is easy for the baby.
1. Easy things first: This means that easily digestible food is to be administered first and then we can move on to complex food substances.
2. Start something new, one at a time: when introducing the baby to a new food item, the same food should be given at stretch for around ten days at about the same time.
3. New things in the morning: Before 1 o'clock. In case the child has a pain in the abdomen, vomits or has an allergic reaction to any food, this will leave you with enough time to handle the situation.
Supplementary food has to be served in a bowl or a glass or given orally with a spoon, never through a feeding bottle. You are allowed to create a distraction in order to feed the baby but force feeding is not allowed.
Start with soup first: Dal (split green gram: moong) water and soup made out of any 3 vegetables. Begin with clear soup and then gradually shift on to puree of the vegetables. After 10 days, you could start giving fruit in the morning. Best fruit to start with is banana. In the beginning, banana can be given with warm milk. You can give mango in the summers. And give an apple by boiling it after peeling off the skin. This is called stewed apple.
Rice is very easy to digest, so you can start feeding rice also. Hence precooked rice, mashed khichdi, pulaw, kheer can be given to bring about variety. Other cereals like wheat, barley, ragi, oats and corn can also be the choice there on. From 9 months, the child can be given 3 meals a day comprising of (1 cereal, 1 fruit and 1 misc. Keep in mind not to add sugar and salt in the food. Also no nuts, no non vegetarian food, no citrus fruit should be given. This can cause allergy.
Wheat is also known to cause allergy, hence it should be given only after 6 months. The amount of food served, should be decided by the child based on his hunger and habit.
Happy eating, happy weaning!
My son having high grade fever of 102 103 frm past 1 day he is given advent forte 3.5 ml. For tonsil inflammation and his urine culture is awaited. From past sometime he is taking antibiotics every alternate month. Is it safe to give him given the antibiotics abuse notion circulating around. We have tried so many things to increase hia immunity but all go in vein.
Children might vomit after meals due to various causes. While they may not be life threatening or potentially harmful to the child, getting to the bottom of the problem to deal with it is better, so as to prevent it from becoming a chronic problem is definitely vital.
Listed below are some of the most common reasons children might throw up:
- Gastroenteritis: This may be virus, bacteria and parasite induced. The best way to deal with it is to eat clean food and wash hands with an antiseptic soap prior to each meal. It is usually seen in combination with diarrhoea.
- Allergies: Some children who throw up might do so as it is allergy induced. To diagnose the cause of food induced vomiting, the allergens must be noticed as soon as possible as there might be more than one food ingredient causing the reaction in the child. Each time the child throws up, the parents must note down all the food ingredients consumed by the child. This helps the paediatrician in better diagnosing the underlying cause of vomiting. In children up to the age of 4, foods such as rice, poultry, milk and soy often act as triggers and it is called ‘food protein induced enterocolitis syndrome’ (FPIES).
- Backing up of food: Anti peristalsis or the backward movement of food along the digestive tract might happen in children for a host of reasons. The digestive tract has muscles which prevent the backward flow of food and instead, force the food downwards i.e. from mouth to anus. Due to children having weaker musculature in their digestive tract, regurgitation might be a frequent occurrence.
- Reflux: Swallowing large amounts of air while eating can make the child bloated leading to reflux. Reflux can also take place if the baby is being overfed.
If the child is frequently throwing up after meals, keeping them hydrated is of utmost importance. Unless a doctor prescribes them anti-vomiting medicines, they shouldn’t be administered to children. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a pediatrician.