MD (Paediatrics) - J.A.Group Of Hospitals &Jiwaji university Gwalior(M.P.), 2001
Research & Publication:
PAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS
Sharma P, Kumar M, Sahani A, Goyal R, Agarwal G, Kumar V. Severe Hepatic-Neurological Complications of Dengue Fever in Children from a Tertiary Care Center in North India . J PediatrCrit Care 2016; 3:73-76
Sharma PK, Kumar M, Agarwal GK, Kumar V, Srivastava RD, Sahani A, et al. Severe manifestations of chikungunya fever in children, India, 2016. Emerg Infect Dis 2018;24(9): 1737-39. https://doi.org/10.3201/eid2409.180330
Sharma PK, Kumar M, Sahani A, Goyal R, Agarwal GK, Kumar V, et al. Evaluation of antibiotics use in a tertiary care pediatric intensive care and high dependency unit. J Pediatrcrit Care 2020;7:131-5.
Sharma PK, Vinayak N, Sahani A, Agarwal GK, Srivastava RD, Aggarwal PK, Kushwaha AS. Severe Necrotizing Pneumonia in Children: A Challenge to Intensive Care Specialist. J trop Pediatr.2020:1-8 https://doi.org/10.1093/tropei/fmaa027
Sharma PK, Vinayak N, Sahani A, Agarwal GK, Srivastava RD, Aggarwal PK. Clinical Profile, Laboratory Findings , Antimicrobial Resistance and Antibiotic Usage in Children with Culture Positive Enteric Fever . Indian J Pediatr.2020
As a Co-guide in Thesis“ Effect of head covering on serum calcium level in term and near term neonates receiving LED phototherapy”: A prospective interventional randomized comparative study. This thesis was conducted in Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute, DNB training centre between 2018-2019 by Dr. Ajay Singh.
As a Guide in Thesis “Anemia in Paediatric Intensive care unit and High Dependency unit – Prevalence and its association with outcome,blood transfusion needs”. This thesis is continuing in our centre since late 2019.
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