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Dr. Amit Arora

Dr. Amit Arora

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MBBS, MD - Pediatrics, DNB - Paediatrics

Pediatrician

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15 Years Experience Overall  (15 years as specialist)

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Dr. Amit Arora is a Pediatrician in Vikas Puri, Delhi and has an experience of 15 years in this field. Dr. Amit Arora practices at Women & Children's Clinic in Vikas Puri, Delhi. He completed MBBS from Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University (IMS-BHU) in 2001,MD - Pediatrics from G B Pant Hospital / Moulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi in 2005 and DNB - Paediatrics from G B Pant Hospital / Moulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi in 2006. He is a member of Indian Academy Of Peditrician,Delhi Medical Council and Member Of NNF. Some of the services provided by the doctor are: Lower/Upper Respiratory Tract Infection Treatment,Paediatric Critical Care,Vaccination/ Immunization,Development Assessment and Infant & Child nutrition etc.

Vikas Puri, Delhi

Women & Children's Clinic

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F-128 UPPER GROUND FLOOR, VIKASPURI, Landmark: Infront Of Punjab National Bank., Delhi

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Mon - Sat

10:00 - 02:00
06:00 - 09:30

Sun

10:30 - 02:30

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Common questions & answers

Q: Who is a Paediatrician?

A: A paediatrician or a child specialist is a doctor who manages the health of your child. A paediatrician is trained to manage the physical, behavioural, and mental health of a child. A child specialist is trained to treat childhood illnesses, from minor health issues to serious health disorders. A child can be treated by a paediatrician right from birth.

Q: What is the age range of children which a Paediatrician can treat?

A: Paediatricians can treat a child right from birth. From birth till 2 years, there may be many visits to the paediatrician. From age 2 to 5 years, there will be once a year “well-child” visits. After the age of 5 years, paediatric visits will be done annually. Up to the age of 18 years, you can visit a paediatrician.

Q: Can a Paediatrician perform surgery?

A: Paediatricians are concerned with the physical and mental well being of children. Paediatric surgeons specialize in surgeries. A paediatrician can also perform surgeries with the necessary training. Paediatricians may only evaluate and treat children through non-invasive procedures. Paediatric surgeons perform minor surgeries like removal of foreign bodies to major surgeries like cardiac surgery.

Q: What does a paediatrician do?

A: A paediatrician is trained to perform procedures like: vaccine administration, treat dislocated shoulders or elbows, treat minor injuries, remove foreign bodies, split brown bones, perform circumcision. Apart from these specific procedures paediatricians also ensure well-being of the child through routine examinations. They also handle conditions that affect new born children.

Q: How is a Paediatrician different from a general physician?

A: Paediatricians and physicians are both doctors, but treat patients belonging to different age groups. Paediatricians specialize in treating patients aged 18 years and younger, while general physician treats patients above the age of 18 years. Paediatricians focus on providing medical care to infants, children and teenagers. Physicians may specialize in certain field of medicine.

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Awards and Recognitions

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Gold Medalist In MBBS - 2001
Best Male Medical Student In The Final Year of MBBS - 2000
Best All-round Performance In MD - 2005
Trained In Pediatric Advanced Life Support
Presented Papers In National Conferences

Education

MBBS - Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University (IMS-BHU), 2001
MD - Pediatrics - G B Pant Hospital / Moulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, 2005
DNB - Paediatrics - G B Pant Hospital / Moulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, 2006

Memberships

Indian Academy Of Peditrician
Delhi Medical Council
Member Of NNF

Experience

2008 - 2014 Proprietor at Children's Clinic, Vikas Puri

Registrations

15263 Delhi Medical Council, 2001
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