Assistant Paediatrician in Masonic Medical Institude.
Consultant Paediatric & Neonatologist (Nov 2016-Present @Royal care hospital).
DR.K.Brindha had her MBBS degree from the prestigious MADRAS MEDICAL COLLEGE in the year 2010, following which she had undergone her residency training in Pediatrics and Neonatology in the ESI-POSTGRADUATE INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE AND RESEARCH,Chennai from 2012 under notable academicians. During this time she had extensive training in various pediatric conditions, pediatric emergencies, Intensive care and allied pediatric subspecialties under notable academicians like Prof.Dr.Sowmya Sampath and Prof.Dr.Kulandai Kasthuri. Apart from this, she also had her part of residency training from the prestigious, INSTITUTE OF CHILD HEALTH,Egmore for pediatric intensive care,Pediatric emergencies,hemato-oncology, Nephrology, Cardiology, Neurology etc.which is a teritiary referral centre across the state.
Dr.K.Brindha had her Neonatal intensive care training under the renowned neonatologist, Prof.T.L.Ratnakumari during the residency training period. Along with this, she was also trained in level 1 NICU in ICH under eminent neonatologists.
Following the residency training, from 2015, she worked in Masonic Medical Centre for children, Coimbatore under the guidance of Dr.Prof.M.Ramasamy AB(Paed) which is a tertiary care referral centre exclusively for pediatrics in the region .
Dr.K.Brindha is known for her kind and compassionate approach towards the children, dealing with empathy and care. She also delivers a quality patient care in an evidence based manner in the field of pediatrics and neonatology.
A BENIGN CONDITION MASQUERADING AS ARTHRITIS in British Medical Journal, 2013
SERUM PROCALCITONIN AS A DIAGNOSTIC MARKER OF BACTERIAL INFECTION IN FEBRILE CHILDREN in International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics, 2017.
APPROACH TO INBORN ERRORS OF METABOLISM –coauthored in Indian Journal of Practical Pediatrics
A rare cause of respiratory distress after repair of aortic coarctation, 2015
Serum Procalcitonin as a diagnostic marker of serious bacterial infections in febrile children aged from 3months to 12 years, 2012-2015
Presented numerous scientific papers/posters at the national and state level conferences
PEDICON, 2014 -Hypermobility and its pathological implications
PEDICON, 2014-A wolf in sheep’s clothing - A case of nasopharyngeal carcinoma
ESIDELCON, 2012-A case of giant neurocysticercosis in primary immunodeficiency
SOUTHPEDICON,2015-Happy ending to a sorrowful tale-A case of leucocyte adhesion deficiency -coauthor.
A rare cause of valproate encephalopathy-A case of urea cycle disorder
Hypermobiltiy in a child.
A case of adrenal hemorrhage in newborn.
Neonatal chylothorax -cause and management
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