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Dr. Rajan Gandhi

MCh

Pediatrician, Kanpur

23 Years Experience
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Dr. Rajan Gandhi is a popular Pediatrician in Kakadeo, Kanpur. He has been a practicing Pediatrician for 23 years. He studied and completed MCh . You can meet Dr. Rajan Gandhi personally at Kulwanti Hospitals & Research Center in Kakadeo, Kanpur. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Rajan Gandhi on Lybrate.com.

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MCh - Chhatrapati Sahu Ji Maharaj University - 1995
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Sir/Madam I have a baby girl of 03 Months. Is it okay to use Woodward Gripe water.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Delhi
Sir/Madam I have a baby girl of 03 Months.
Is it okay to use Woodward Gripe water.
Dear Mr. lybrate-user, Ideally your baby is of 3 months old. She has to be exclusively breastfed for 6 months. After 6 month you can start giving her soft diet and water. If there is any stomach or gastric disorder then it is advisable to consult your treating pediatrician and follow his advice.
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Hi I have 10 days old baby. And my wife says that He has a gilti on the super side of head. What is the issue for it.

Fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care (IAP), MD - Paediatrics, MBBS
Pediatrician, Jalandhar
Hi
I have 10 days old baby. And my wife says that
He has a gilti on the super side of head. What is the issue for it.
Gilti in head is usually because of some infection alongside so kindly note for it. And if boil present show to nearest pediatrician.
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We have a 6 month girl baby with cranial vault height little high, searching for some physiotherapy exercises to correct the shape.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician,
We have a 6 month girl baby with cranial vault height little high, searching for some physiotherapy exercises to corr...
Shift the infant off the flattened areas to enable the head to assume a symmetric shape. • Alternate the head position in supine (right cheek to mattress one time, left cheek next). • When awake and supervised, prop the baby onto one side with a foam wedge or a towel rolled lengthwise along the baby’s back. • Conduct supervised “tummy time” in the waking hours to improve the baby’s muscle strength and development and keep the baby off the back of the head. • Watch for “high guard” positioning and ensure that the infant has opportunities for midline play. • Limit time in car seats, infant seats, swings, and strollers. • Frequently change the position of the crib or the orientation of the baby in the crib to reduce the baby’s tendency to look in the same direction. • Change positions when feeding, carrying, and holding the baby. • Provide supervised upright play as soon as the baby has upright head control. • Interact with the baby from different sides, during feeding, changing, and playing. • Encourage side-lying play. • Under the direction of a physical therapist or physician, perform neck range of motion exercises for torticollis as needed.
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I have no enough milk supply. Which milk I can give for feed to my daughter. please suggest. Take medicine for increase milk supply but no milk .my daughter feeling hungry after breast feed .what to do. Which milk I feed.

MBBS, Pg pediatrics
Pediatrician,
I have no enough milk supply. Which milk I can give for feed to my daughter. please suggest. Take medicine for increa...
Is your baby delivered after 37 completed weeks or not if yes, then your baby should be more than 2.4 kgs If yes then you can use lactogen powder after your feed. First express milk and check how much ml your getting. Then if your getting 30 ml or more then it wll be sufficient initially .If your getting below 20 ml then give your feed then mix lactogen 1 scoop in 30 ml water n give. Before starting the feed just give me your baby details 1.Weight of the baby at birth and present weight 2.Is your baby delivered after completing 37 weeks or 9 months 3.How many days old is your baby 4.Mode of delivery.
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My daughter has diabetes and gas issue she is taking insulator from last 2 years she can not walk suggest the food she should take to have control on diabetes.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Homeopath,
My daughter has diabetes and gas issue she is taking insulator from last 2 years she can not walk suggest the food sh...
She can take more protein diet like sprouts, been, 2fruits curd, dal, aviod maida, junk food, high carbohydrates. Take more liquid salads and raw veg for roufage.
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Understanding The Survival Rate Of Childhood Leukaemia!

MBBS, MD - Oncology, DNB - Super Speciality, Immuno Oncology
Oncologist, Delhi
Understanding The Survival Rate Of Childhood Leukaemia!

The diagnosis of leukemia in a child is followed by a discussion regarding the treatment and tenure required for complete recovery. The way in which the doctors go through the treatment after diagnosis of leukemia is based on various factors. Such factors that influence the outlook of the child are termed as prognosis.

These prognostic factors help in taking the decision regarding what sort of treatment should be offered to the child. Treatments may either be standard or intensive based on the prognostic factors. These factors, however, are vital in treating acute lymphocytic Leukemia than the other type called the acute myelogenous Leukemia. Above all these, survival rates are discussed and these rates play an important role. Parents of the child affected may at times insist that they get to know the survival rates.

The 5-year survival rates: The 5-year survival statistics are a common method used for discussing survival rates. This is the rate that denotes the percentage of children who live for a minimum of 5 years after the diagnosis of cancer. In the case of acute leukemia, it is rare for the cancer cells to come back after five years and so, you can come to a conclusion that the child has recovered.

Prognostic factors: The survival rates are based on a number of children who are diagnosed, but this is not conclusive. The type of Leukemia also plays a vital role. There are also various other prognostic factors that affect the child's outlook such as age, gender, weight, initial blood counts, and the way the child is responding to treatments. However, the survival rates are roughly the best estimates even after taking these factors into account.

Acute lymphocytic leukemia - 5-year survival rates
The survival rate for acute lymphocytic leukemia is greater than 85℅ and there is a vast improvement in this percentage over a period of time.

Acute Myelogenous Leukemia -5-year survival rates
The cumulative survival rate for Acute Myelogenous Leukemia is about 60℅ - 70℅. There was a substantial increase is this percentage over time. There are a few subtypes which have a different percentage of survival rates.

Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia - 5-year survival rates
50℅ is the survival rate for this type of Leukemia.

Remission
The stage where there is no sign of Leukemia after 6 weeks of treatment even after the performance of lab tests which are very sensitive, it is called as remission. The remission stage does not necessarily mean that

Leukemia has been cured completely.
In conclusion, there is a significant increase in the percentage of survival rates when it comes to cancer. It has increased from 10℅ to 90℅ in the past few years. Factually speaking, there are approximately 375000 adult survivors in the United States who were diagnosed with cancer in their childhood. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Oncologist.

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My son is 3 and half years old. He is suffering from cough and cold for last few months. I am treated my child for allopathic and homeopathy doctor but he didn't recover. He is very week. He is very slim but active. Last summers he is suffering from typhoid. Please suggest the medicine pls.

BHMS
Homeopath, Ghaziabad
My son is 3 and half years old. He is suffering from cough and cold for last few months. I am treated my child for al...
Hello. Take homoeopath medicines -kof aid syrup (1/2 t spoon twice a day) and give full details like which type of cold and more information about child. Update me.
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My Daughter is 3.5 year old. But most of the teeth have cavity, some of them got damaged from sides also. Please suggest what we should do in his case.

MD - Paediatrics, MBBS
Pediatrician, Tumkur
Cavities may go for complications like abscess formation. You must immediately get treatment by a pedodontist.
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