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10 Best New Born Care doctors in Delhi - Updated 2024

Dr. R N Srivastava

Dr. R N Srivastava

65 years of experience

MBBS, MRCP, Diplomate of the American Board of Paediatrics

Pediatrician

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Dr. S. C Arya.

Dr. S. C Arya.

56 years of experience

MBBS, Diplomate in Paediatrics from American Board

Pediatrician

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Dr. Kusum Gupta

Dr. Kusum Gupta

55 years of experience

MBBS, MD - Pediatrics, DCH

Pediatrician

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Available on Call

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Dr. Shamla Mehta

Dr. Shamla Mehta

51 years of experience

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH)

Pediatrician

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Dr. Promilla Butani

Dr. Promilla Butani

51 years of experience

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH)

Pediatrician, Neonatology, Neonatologist, Growth And Development - Community Pediatrician

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Dr. G. S Kochhar

Dr. G. S Kochhar

49 years of experience

MBBS, MD - Pediatrics

Pediatrician

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Dr. S K Mehta

Dr. S K Mehta

48 years of experience

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH)

Pediatrician

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Dr. Laxman G Ramavat

Dr. Laxman G Ramavat

47 years of experience

MBBS, MD - Pediatrics

Pediatrician, Neonatologist

Available Today

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Dr. V. K. Gupta

Dr. V. K. Gupta

47 years of experience

MD - Pediatrics, Diploma in Child Health (DCH), MBA (Health Care), Fellowship in Neonatology

Pediatrician

Health First Multispeciality Clinic

Dwarka, Delhi

Available on Call

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Dr. Sunita Shakdher

Dr. Sunita Shakdher

46 years of experience

MBBS, MD - Pediatrics

Pediatrician

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Questions & Answers on "New Born Care" (35)

Answered on 12th Sept '23

Dr. Neeta Verma

Dr. Neeta Verma

From and up to what age is chickenpox healthy for children?

Female | 25

Chickenpox is generally more common in children and is often considered a childhood disease. It's most commonly seen in children aged 1 to 12 years. In many cases, getting chickenpox during childhood leads to immunity, meaning that a person is less likely to get it again later in life. However, chickenpox can affect individuals of any age, including adults.

Answered on 17th Aug '23

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

Sar mere bachy ko loz motion horhay h Kiya wo bar bar Pani mag rha h Kiya me Pani dadu

Male | 3

Diarrhea can lead to dehydration, especially in children, so providing fluids is necessary. You can give your child water but it's essential to do it in small, frequent sips rather than large amounts at once. You can also give ORS to help prevent dehydration.

Answered on 27th July '23

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

2 year boy suffering motion loose

Male | 2

For loose motions ensure hydration by giving sips of ORS frequently. Provide easily digestible foods like rice or bananas etc. Its best if you show him to your doctor.

Answered on 25th May '23

Dr. Babita Goel

Dr. Babita Goel

My baby is suffering from throat sore, if available can I contact now

Female | 10

sure. you may contact us

Answered on 6th Oct '22

Dr. Brahmanand Lal

Dr. Brahmanand Lal

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