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Doctor Profile

Dr. Raghuram Mallaiah

Dr. Raghuram Mallaiah, MRCP

21+ Years Of Experience

Director & HOD, Neonatology Fortis La Femme, Greater Kailash

Paediatrics and Neonatology

OPD Schedule - +91 11 4057 9400

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    10:00 AM - 02:00 PM

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    10:30 AM - 02:00 PM

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    10:00 AM - 02:00 PM

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M.B.B.S(1993), MRCP(Paediatrics 1999)

Neonatal Brain, Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia in the Northern Region, Management of Diabetic Ketoaciosis in Children, Self-Management plan booklet, Neonatal longline Audit on the neonatal unit at NTGH to establish the longline related sepsis rate & average duration of the longlines, Asthma management audit, The Physical Disability Survey, Effect of Parenteral Nutrition on Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the brain in preterm infants. Mallaiah R, Edwards D: Neonatal society of England, November 2003, Changing trends in prematurity, Azzopardi D, Mallaiah R: RCOG annual meet, London, December 2003, Recent advances in neonatology, Mallaiah R, RCOG annual meet, New Delhi, March 2005, Neonatal Resuscitation, Mallaiah R, AOGD annual meet, New Delhi, November 2005 and Effect of TPN on the developing Neonatal Brain, Mallaiah R, S Counsell, M Rutherford, E Maalouf, Edwards D: Journal of Human embryology and development, Nov 2003. 

Dr. Raghuram Mallahia Working as a Head & Director of Neonatology department in Fortis La Femme. Dr Raghuram Mallaiah, Neonatologist trained at the Hammersmith Hospital - London, is a full time consultant at Fortis La Femme born on April 04, 1971.  He has been a Fellow in Neonatology Hammersmith Hospital Imperial College London, UK, Fellow in PICU, Newcastle General Hospital (Regional Paediatric Intensive Care Unit for the northern region), Newcastle upon Tyne Registrar in Neonatology, Royal Victoria Infirmary (Tertiary referral unit for Northern UK and ECMO unit), Newcastle upon Tyne, Registrar in Neonatology, North Tees General Hospital, Stockton on Tees and SHO in Neonatology, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Exeter. He has performed numerous of Resuscitation, Intubation and ventilation of new born infants. He has done Several Exchange Transfusions for rhesus incompatibility in the newborn also done partial exchange transfusions for babies with symptomatic polycythemia.