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Dr. Sunil Kumar Agrawal

SENIOR CONSULTANT
Fortis Hospital, Mohali
Paediatrics | Neonatology

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About Dr. Sunil Kumar Agrawal

Dr Sunil has done his MD Pediatrics and thereafter he went on to complete his DM in Neonatology from PGIMER Chandigarh. Dr Sunil has set up a Level 3 Neonatology Unit at Fortis Hospital Mohali where he uses his expertise to provide the highest quality of medical care to new born babies. In the last 4 years, his team has saved many small premature babies, the most exceptional being a baby with the birth weight of 450 grams (the smallest to have survived as of today in India). Designation: Consultant Department/Specialty: Neonatology Languages spoken: Hindi, English Punjabi Total Years of Experience: 12 years Previous experience: He spent a total of seven a half years at PGI Chandigarh, before joining Fortis Hospital Mohali in January 2009. Medical Education, Certifications and fellowships/Research Papers: MD Paediatrics (PGIMER, Chandigarh), DM Neonatology (PGIMER, Chandigarh) Professional Memberships: Life Member of Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP), Life Member of National Neonatology Forum (NNF), Member of the National Faculty on Neonatal Resuscitation Clinical Interests/ Specialised Treatments /Area of Expertise: Care of extreme premature babies, Neonatal VentilationAwards Honors: S.S.Manchanda Gold medal Award in Neonatology Research Research and Publications: 11 publications in International Medical Journals Medical Breakthroughs/ Interesting Case Studies: Has the credit of saving India smallest baby to have survived as of today. The baby weight was 450 grams at birth and she required 3 months of ICU stay.

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