Dr. Rashmi Kapoor, MD. - Regency Hospital Ltd  - Director department of pediatric critical care and pulmonology

Dr. Rashmi Kapoor

MD.

Regency Hospital Ltd

Director department of pediatric critical care and pulmonology

Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh | India

Main Specialties: Pediatrics

Additional Specialties: Pediatric critical care and pulmonology

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Dr. Rashmi Kapoor, MD. - Regency Hospital Ltd  - Director department of pediatric critical care and pulmonology

Dr. Rashmi Kapoor

MD.

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Primary Affiliation: Regency Hospital Ltd - Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh , India

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16PubMed Central Citations

Flexible Bronchoscopic Removal of Foreign Bodies from Airway of Children: Single Center Experience Over 12 Years.

Indian Pediatr 2019 Jul;56(7):560-562

Department of Otolaryngology, Regency hospital, Kanpur, UP, India.

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July 2019
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Predictive Accuracy of Chest Radiographs in Diagnosing Tachypneic Children.

Indian J Pediatr 2016 Sep 3;83(9):930-6. Epub 2016 Mar 3.

Division of Radiology, British Columbia's Children's Hospital, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12098-016-2057-7DOI Listing
September 2016
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Can we distinguish pneumonia from wheezy diseases in tachypnoeic children under low-resource conditions? A prospective observational study in four Indian hospitals.

Arch Dis Child 2014 Oct 12;99(10):899-906. Epub 2014 Jun 12.

Divisions of Respiratory Medicine, BC's Children's Hospital, Vancouver, Canada.

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October 2014
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♣ Congenital Tuberculosis, A case report. Rashmi Kapoor, et al. . 2011; 24(4): 225).

♣ . Pediatric Allergy, Immunology and Pulmonology. 2011; 24(4): 225).

Pediatric Allergy, Immunology and Pulmonology

Abstract: Congenital tuberculosis is rare inspite of tuberculosis being a common infection world wide. Because of the nonspecific nature of the presenting signs and symptoms and fatal outcome in absence of early therapy, the importance of early diagnosis is underscored. Young infants with tuberculosis become infected after birth through exposure to family or household members with contagious pulmonary disease. Routes of infection of the fetus before or during birth are dissemination to fetus via the placenta, aspiration of infected amniotic fluid, and direct contact with tuberculous cervicitis or endometritis. We report a case from India of congenital tuberculosis in a 3 month old male infant who presented with respiratory failure, hepatomegaly and diffuse infiltrates in the chest radiograph that persisted despite empiric antibacterial therapy. No known exposure to tuberculosis by history. Bronchoalveolar lavage culture yielded Mycobacterium tuberculosis. He was successfully treated with quadruple anti-tuberculous medications reinforcing the potential good outcomes with the correct diagnosis.

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November 2011
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Prevalence of congenital heart disease, Kanpur, India.

Indian Pediatr 2008 Apr;45(4):309-11

Department of Pediatrics, Regency Hospital, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India.

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April 2008
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Neonatal Boerhaave's syndrome with duodenal atresia.

Indian J Pediatr 2002 Aug;69(8):727-8

Department Pediatric Surgery, Regency Hospital Ltd., Kanpur, India.

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August 2002
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♣ Case Report “Fibrodysplasia Ossificans progressiva”.

Indian Pediatrics. Vol 69, August 1998, 786 - 788.

Indian Pediatrics

Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP) also known as myositis ossificans progressiva is a rare inherited connective tissue disorder characterized by the heterotopic development of bone in areas of body where bone is not usually present such as ligaments, tendons and muscles(1). The disease is extremely rare and fewer than hundred adult cases have been re- ported in USA and UK(2). We came across a typical case of FOP in a 21/2 years old child with extensive involvement. To the best of our knowledge, a case of full fledged "FOP" at 21/2 years of age has not been reported.

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August 1998
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Michael Seear
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Anilkumar Verma
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