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Dr.S.RAMPRASAD

Neonatologist, Pediatric Intensivist & Pediatrician (Vijaywada)

MD (Pediatrics), Fellowship in Neonatology

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Dr. Ramprasad is working as a Consultant Neonatologist and Pediatric Intensivist at Vijayawada branch since 2010. He completed MD in Pediatrics at Kurnool Medical College, Kurnool and Fellowship in Neonatology from Rainbow Children’s Hospital Hyderabad.

After completion of Fellowship, he continued working in Rainbow Children’s Hospital Hyderabad and trained in Pediatric Critical Care for a year, and then he joined as a Consultant at Vijayawada.

His areas of interest are Neonatology, particularly managing ELBW (Extremely Low Birth Weight) babies, who are less than 1kg, and pediatric critical care.
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31 JAN

Wednesday

01 FEB

Thursday

02 FEB

Friday

03 FEB

Saturday

04 FEB

Sunday

05 FEB

Monday

06 FEB

Tuesday

07 FEB

Wednesday

08 FEB

Thursday

09 FEB

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  • About Doctor
  • Publications
  • Affiliations & Fellowships
  • Availability
  • FAQ’s
Dr. Ramprasad is working as a Consultant Neonatologist and Pediatric Intensivist at Vijayawada branch since 2010. He completed MD in Pediatrics at Kurnool Medical College, Kurnool and Fellowship in Neonatology from Rainbow Children’s Hospital Hyderabad.

After completion of Fellowship, he continued working in Rainbow Children’s Hospital Hyderabad and trained in Pediatric Critical Care for a year, and then he joined as a Consultant at Vijayawada.

His areas of interest are Neonatology, particularly managing ELBW (Extremely Low Birth Weight) babies, who are less than 1kg, and pediatric critical care.

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