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Dr. Suguna is a Neonatologist with more than 9 years of experience. She practices at Apollo Cradle in Kondapur, Hyderabad, and is trained in neonatal intensive care, retrieval, and transport. She has experience in advanced neonatal procedures, including central line insertion and intercostal drainage tube insertion, and neurosonogram. Dr. Suguna’s special interest areas include care of low and extremely low birth weight babies, neonatal intensive care procedures, pulmonary physiology, and ventilation of neonates. She is a member of the Indian Medical Association(IMA) and the National Neonatology Forum of India(NNF).

SERVICES PROVIDED

 

Child growth and developmental evaluation

Follow-up clinic for High Risk Neonates

Newborn Jaundice

Breastfeeding & Newborn care

Routine Immunisation (vaccination)

Nutritional Assessment

Infections, Viral fevers

 

EXPERTISE IN

 

Extremely preterm newborn care

Non-invasive ventilation (CPAP, HFNC)

Invasive Ventilation

Neuro-developmental Assessment 

 

AREAS OF INTEREST:

 

·        Improvement in breast feeding rate

·        Kangaroo mother care

·        High risk neonate followup

 

EDUCATION

 

MBBS from SVS Medical College, Mahaboob Nagar – 2008

DCH from Osmania Medical College in Niloufer hospital, Hyderabad – 2011

DNB – Paediatrics from Andhra Mahila Sabha, Hyderabad – 2014

DM – Neonatology from Osmania Medical College in Niloufer Hospital, Hyderabad – 2017

 

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS

 

Cayler Cardio-Facial Syndrome: An Uncommon Condition in Newborns, Iran J Pediatr. 2015 April

25(2): e502.

A study on the role of Kangaroo Mother Care, on the vital signs in preterm and low birth weight neonates. 

Global Journal for research analysis: volume-6, issue-12, December-2017.

Spectrum of respiratory distress in Newborn – A study from a tertiary level Hospital, IJSR, Volume:

VII, Issue: I, January – 2018

Morbidity and Mortality Patterns in Small for Gestational Age versus Appropriate for Gestational

Age Preterm Neonates Admitted in Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: A Observational Study, International Journal of Scientific Study | January 2017 | Vol 4 | Issue 10

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