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Dr. Sanjeev Gulati

MBBS, MD - Paediatrics , DNB - Pediatrics

Director and HOD - Nephrology

Pediatric Nephrologist, Nephrologist

awards 2 Awards speciality 30 Years of Practice

Dr. Amit Agarwal

MBBS, MD - Pediatrics, Fellowship - Pediatric Nephrology

Honorary Consultant - Paediatric Nephrology

Pediatric Nephrologist

speciality 13 Years of Practice

Dr. Sidharth Kumar Sethi

MBBS, MD - Pediatrics, Fellowship

Senior Consultant - Kidney and Urology Institute

Pediatric Nephrologist

speciality 12 Years of Practice

Dr. Neha Bhandari

MBBS, MD, Fellowship - Pediatric Nephrology

Consultant - Pediatrics Nephrology

Pediatric Nephrologist

speciality 11 Years of Practice


Uma Devi green_tick Verified User ( 20 Aug 2020 )


medical procedure was excellent.
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Waiting time

waiting time is good
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I would recommend the doctor for treatment.
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He is very well experienced.
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The kidneys are two bean shaped organs in our body that are located on either side of the spine. They filter blood and separate out urine, made up of waste substances. Kidney disease refers to a situation when your kidneys become malfunctional due to certain reasons and are unable to filter blood effectively. Kidney disease affects children differently than adults and has different causes and treatments. 

What are the causes of kidney diseases in children? 

Although higher risk for kidney diseases are corresponded to high blood pressure and diabetes in adults, the scenario is quite different when it comes to children. There are many causes which can trigger a kidney disease in children, which include : 

  • Birth defects and genetic diseases 

  • Infection 

  • Nephrotic Syndrome, a condition that causes the body to pass higher than normal amounts of protein in the urine. It is usually caused by damaged clusters of small blood vessels in the kidney. 

  • Trauma 

  • Urine blockage and reflux 

What is the ideal nutrition that a child with kidney disease should have? 

Children who are suffering from any form of kidney diseases should have essential nutrients included in their dietary plan as it affects the working of their kidneys crucially. They should have proper intake of protein, sodium, potassium and phosphorus. 

The amount of protein required by a child is recommended by his/her health consultant. Some foods with protein include yogurt, milk, cottage cheese, eggs, fish and red meat. Factors such as a child’s age and the intensity of disease determines whether the sodium in a child’s diet has to be increased or decreased. Foods that have high sodium content include, canned foods, chips and other snacks as well as processed foods. Some fruits and vegetables with high potassium include potatoes, cooked spinach and broccoli, melons, apricots, bananas, oranges and sweet potatoes. 

The level of phosphorus in the blood needs to be controlled because excessive amounts of phosphorus absorbs the calcium from the bones. This results in making the bones weaker and more vulnerable to breakage and injury. Foods with low levels of phosphorus include green beans, popcorn, egg white and sorbet. 

Whom should I consult if I am concerned that my child might have a kidney disease? 

There are a number of experienced Paediatric Nephrologists in Delhi that you can consult regarding your child’s kidney conditions. Paediatric Nephrologists are medical practitioners that are specialized in diagnosing and treating kidney diseases in children from infancy through late adolescence. Children need nephrological care that is different from adults. Paediatric Nephrologists provide care, examination techniques and equipment made specially for children. 

Where can I find a good Paediatric Nephrologist in Delhi? 

Credihealth is an online healthcare portal for all your hospital appointment bookings, diagnostic test bookings, ordering medications, or homecare services. View our Paediatric Nephrologist in Delhi listing, which consists of details like doctor fees, years of experience, areas of expertise, doctor timings, qualifications, and much more. If you have any inquiries, our inhouse medical experts can help solve them and guide you towards the right doctor.

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