A paediatrician is a child’s physician who provides not only medical care for children who are acutely or chronically ill but also preventive health services for healthy children. A paediatrician manages physical, mental, and emotional well-being of the children under their care at every stage of development, in both sickness and health.
Additionally, our pediatricians work towards controlling the spread of infectious diseases, emphasizing preventive measures such as vaccinations and health education to safeguard young individuals from common illnesses.
On the whole, our pediatrics department is dedicated to addressing the challenges faced by children and adolescents dealing with chronic conditions. This involves providing comprehensive care, support, and guidance to improve their quality of life. By addressing these issues, pediatric care seeks to holistically support children.
Evaluation and selection of suitable kidney donors and recipients. Pre-transplant assessments and compatibility testing. Living donor and deceased donor transplant procedures. Minimally invasive laparoscopic donor nephrectomy.
TRANSPLANT SURGERY AND CARE
Advanced surgical techniques for kidney transplantation. Robotic-assisted and laparoscopic procedures. Post-transplant monitoring and follow-up care.
RENAL TRANSPLANT EVALUTION AND WORKUP
Comprehensive medical and surgical evaluations for potential transplant candidates. Diagnostic testing, including blood work, imaging, and biopsies. Evaluation of transplant suitability and consideration of alternative treatments.
Paediatricians Diagnose and Treat Several Conditions Among Children Including
- Genetic and congenital conditions
- Organ diseases and dysfunctions
- Developmental delays and disorders
- Behavioral problems
- Functional disabilities
- Social stresses
- Mental disorders including depression and anxiety disorders
How Does Pediatrics Differ From Adult Medicine?
Paediatrics is different from adult medicine in more ways than one. The smaller body of an infant or neonate or a child is substantially different physiologically from that of an adult. So treating children is not like treating a miniature adult.
Congenital defects, genetic variance, and developmental issues are of greater concern to pediatricians than physicians treating adults. In addition, there are several legal issues in paediatrics. Children are minors and, in most jurisdictions, cannot make decisions for themselves. The issues of guardianship, privacy, legal responsibility and informed consent should be considered in every pediatric procedure.