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Dr. T.Narender

MD - Pediatrics (Gold Medalist), MRCPI (Ireland)
Fellow Neonatology (Kochi), Fellow Neonatology (London), Fellow Pediatrics (UK)

Consultant Paediatrician & Neonatologist (New Born, Children & Adolescent Specialist)

About Dr. T.Narender

Dr. T.Narender is a Consultant General Pediatrician & Neonatologist at Aster Prime Hospital. He had completed his MBBS from Andhra Medical College and King George Hospital, Visakhapatnam in 1997. He had completed his MD in Paediatrics from Rangaraya Medical College, Kakinada in 2001.

Dr.T.Narender has been extensively trained in General Paediatrics and Neonatology in India, England, Scotland and Ireland. He has been a member of Indian Academy of Paediatrics for two decades. He has done fellowship in Neonatology in PVS Memorial Hospital, Kochi.

Work Experience

  • Prior to joining Aster Prime, he worked in various corporate hospitals (Apollo, Mediciti, BBR) he went to UK and gained good clinical, managerial and leadership skills. He has been a Paediatric life support instructor, a provider for Advanced Paediatric Life support and New born Life Support for over a decade in England. He gained NICU experience by working in various level 3 neonatal units in England and Scotland. He has been involved in various research, publications, Audits in England and Scotland. He has been a medical student examiner in England.
  • He had several Paediatric Clinics (Bumble Bee Children Clinic, Shankarpalli, Cheeks Children Clinic, Patancheru) during his sabbatical in Hyderabad.
  • He worked as a Consultant Paediatrician and Neonatologist in Rainbow Children Hospital, Hyderabad from the year October 2018 to November 2018.
  • Currently he has been running Naano Doctors Clinics successfully over last couple of years.

Areas of Expertise

His expertise includes assessment and treatment of General Paediatric and Neonatal conditions ( asthma, allergic rhinitis, chronic cough, breathing difficulty, fever, common cold, food allergies, skin infections, diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal (stomach) pain, ear, nose and throat problems), Nutrition counseling for new born, infants, children and adolescents, developmental and behavioral disorders, immunisations, growth disorders etc.

Awards and Achievements

Dr. T.Narender was awarded Dr Y R Reddy gold medal during his post graduation. He was awarded MRCPI in 2008.

Teaching:

  • Dr. T.Narender got involved in teaching in various ways. He presented several cases and taught junior colleagues during his specialist training in paediatrics, MD in India.
  • During his training as a SHO and registrar in various hospitals in UK he had participated in departmental teaching programme.
  • He has taught junior colleagues and support staff about clinical cases at the bedside and procedures - cannulations, phlebotomy, lumbar puncture and others.
  • He has taught medical students, FY 1, GPVTS and junior colleagues about approach to a case, problem solving, clinical examination skills, interpretation of findings, discussion and management which led to completing Minicex, Case based discussion and DOPS.
  • He has taught several interesting cases in his department as part of grand round teaching programme.
  • He has been a Paediatric Life support instructer over last several years.

Publications:

  • In 2002 he had written a case report of a neonate with cardiac rhabdomyomata presenting with supraventricular tachycardia and heart failure. It was accepted by Indian Academy of Paediatrics.
  • Bilateral radial nerve palsy associated with sclerema neonatorum in newborn. It is in the process of publishing awaiting written consent from parents.

Research:

The role of percutaneous lung aspiration as a diagnostic aid in acute bacterial pneumonias in children.” A thesis based on the study accepted for the MD in Paediatrics by NTR University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada, India.

Other Activities:

  • He has passion towards charity work as evidenced by conducting school and community health camps in and around government schools. He has been providing monetary support to Akshayapatra ( world’s largest NGO run mid-day meal programme )
  • He has passion towards charity work as evidenced by conducting school health and community health camps especially in government schools and providing monetary support to Akshayapatra regularly. For one of the camps in Shankerpally he had received a token of appreciation.
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