Fortis Hospital, Mulund
Dr. Jesal Seth is one of the best Pediatricians in Mumbai has an experience of 14 years in this field. Dr Jesal Sheth completed her education of M.B.B.S and M.D. Pediatrics from M.P. Shah Medical College, Guru Gobind Singh hospital, University of Saurastra in 2003. Dr Jesal Sheth subsequently completed IAP fellowship of pediatric intensive care from B .J. Wadia children’s hospital, Mumbai (2005-6), followed by cardiac critical care training from Narayana Hrudayalaya, Bangalore (2007). Dr Jesal also completed two years of pediatric and pediatric cardiac critical care medicine fellowships from University of Toronto, Canada (2008-2009); followed by Neonatal intensive care fellowship of one and half years from hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto, Canada (2010-2011). Dr Jesal Sheth also got trained for neonatal and pediatric critical care transports. After 6 years of exclusive training of neonatal and pediatric and pediatric cardiac intensive care, Dr Jesal Sheth has joined Fortis hospital, Mulund, Mumbai from August 2011. Since then Dr Sheth is working as head of NICU , Consultant Pediatric and Neonatal intensivist and consultant pediatrician, at Fortis hospital Mulund, Mumbai till the date.
Indian Academy of Paediatrics, National Neonatology Forum [NNF], MMC, Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM), Indian Medical Association (IMA), Intensive care chapter of IAP.
MBBS - M.P. Shah Medical College, Jamnagar, 2003. MD - Pediatrics - M.P. Shah Medical College, Jamnagar, 2006. Fellowship of pediatric intensive care from B .J. Wadia children’s hospital, Mumbai (2005-6). Fellowships from University of Toronto, Canada (2008-2009); followed by Neonatal intensive care fellowship of one and half years from hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto, Canada (2010-2011).
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3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
A pediatrician is a medical physician who specializes in the care of children. They have undergone special education in the health and illnesses of babies, teens, and young adults, and the majority of pediatricians are certified after passing a comprehensive exam.
Pediatrician's job is to provide preventive health care for kids in good health and medical care for kids who are acutely or chronically ill. Pediatricians also provide parents with support and advice with issues such as growth and development, nutrition, safety and prevention, and emotional wellness to foster a lifetime of good health.
Your child should not only see the pediatrician for an illness as it is also important to schedule child-care exams regularly, beginning in infancy. These routine examinations provide the best opportunity for the physician to watch the progress of your child’s physical and mental growth and development; to detect problems through screening tests; to counsel and teach parents; to provide immunizations, and to get to know one another. So, these visits are strongly suggested as part of preventive pediatric care.
Pediatricians are the physicians who are specially trained to care for newborns to 21-year-olds, and some can keep their patients through college. Research indicates that there is not one correct age for kids to transition to the adult family doctor as it depends on the needs and desires of the patient.
Pediatricians do not deliver babies. But in the hospitals or birth centers, children's doctors are always notified about the delivery of a newborn baby. So, pediatricians or your baby's doctor are always standing by to take care of the baby.
A nurse will often handle the first part of the appointment by taking the baby to a scale to weigh and measure him. The nurse may also extend his limbs to measure height and width, and will also use a tape measure to determine the circumference of the head. There are a few main things that the physician will accomplish during the baby's initial visit. He will examine the baby, educate parents, and will ask and answer questions. As every pediatrician's approach differs, some pediatricians will examine and provide information at the same time. The doctor will look at the baby's eyes, nose, ears, skin, and limbs, and also test that she is responsive and has proper reflective actions. The physician will also look for signs of jaundice or hernias and will examine the umbilical cord for signs of infection and proper healing.