We began our journey 30 years back with “Shaishav Children’s Clinic” dedicated completely to the care of sick children. Over the years this fledgling clinic has remarkably transformed into a pediatric institution and research centre which caters to management of all kinds of childhood illnesses. Our expertise in diagnosis and management of rare and complicated childhood disorders has made us popular as one of the best children’s hospital in the entire Maharashtra region.

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695/ A, Sadashiv Peth, Laxmi Road, Pune.

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Phone: 020 - 24457234
Mobile: 9822551078

Email: administration@shaishavclinic.com

Dr. Suchit Tamboli First Practicing Pediatrician in Maharashtra to get Ph.D from MUHS .

Dr.Suchit Tamboli has been awarded Ph.D in Pediatrics from Maharashtra University Health Sciences, Nashik. He is the First Practicing Pediatrician in Maharashtra to get Ph.D from MUHS.

His topic for Ph.D was ‘ Neurodevlopmental Follow Up of High Risk New Born ’ . He assessed 500 Babies during 4 years of his studies under guidance of Dr. Ram Dhongade , Sant Dyaneshwar institute , Shaishav Clinic Laxmi Road ,Pune .He also got guidance from Dr. MKC Nair , Vice Chancellor Kerala university and Charudatt Joglekar from Pune , Dr. Vasant Desle from Pune university “High risk new born” includes those babies which are born prematurely, low birth weight, neonatal jaundice, neonatal seizures, respiratory distress etc.

Study concludes that Socioeconomic factors like mother’s education, type of family, age of parents and family history of intellectual disability were found to have significant association with neurodevelopmental outcome.

Identification and stratification of high risk helps in early intervention of these babies.
Developmental Quotient is inversely proportional to the number of neonatal diagnosis and diagnosis at 3 months earned by the baby.

Developmental assessment and passive tone and neurological exam at 3 months have predictive value and are useful for planning early intervention.

This study has given neurodevelopmental outcome of high risk newborn after application of 2 standardized Indian programs which are simple and home based. Both the stimulation programs considered mother as a therapist. Hence need of special therapies can be reduced with significant percentage of abnormality reduction (40%) shown by these programs.

This study is helpful for Pediatricians and gives comparison between screening test and detailed test. This study has found that Developmental Observation Card and Denver Development Screening Test are good screening tools which help to identify developmental delay.

Book Publication Ceremony

Neonatalogy Quiz organised
by NNF, Pune on
12th Aug. 2007

Winners : West Zone - Division II level quiz

R. Damle & S. Kavade


Neem Oil poisoning,
Indian Academy of Pediatrics,
Journal 2007

: Authors :

Dr. R. K. Dhongade,
Dr. S. G. Kavade,
Dr. R. S. Damle

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Current News

Dr. Ram Dhongade & Mrs. Dr. Vaijayanti Bapat are recognized as guide for Ph.D students by University of Pune.

They will guide the students in subject of "Pediatrics & Neonatology"

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