About Pediatrics in NEET-PG
Despite having a vast syllabus, Pediatrics is considered one of the most scoring subjects for students in the NEET-PG exam. It has a subject weightage of 10 questions in the NEET-PG exam. A strong comprehension of the fundamentals of the subject is absolutely necessary to prepare for NEET-PG. New methods of treatment and updates to existing methods of treatment are some of the challenges in this subject.
Shaken baby syndrome, a catastrophic brain injury, can result from aggressively shaking a newborn or toddler. It is sometimes referred to as whip...
A rare neurological disease known as microcephaly causes an infant's head to be significantly smaller than the heads of other infants of the same...
Meconium aspiration syndrome (MAS) or meconium aspiration is the term for the disease that occurs when a baby has breathing issues as a result of...
How does PrepLadder make Pediatrics learning easy for students?
With PrepLadder, your Pediatrics preparation will become more focused. Our structured approach to studying will help you complete the vast Pediatrics syllabus with ease. Comprehensive learning and longer retention are some of the key benefits of learning with PrepLadder’s industry-leading content.
Meet our Pediatrics Faculty
Dr. Meenakshi Bothra Gupta is an exceptional academic with numerous accomplishments to her name. While pursuing her MBBS degree, she has received honours in Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Forensic & State Medicine, Otorhinolaryngology, Preventive & Social Medicine, General Surgery and Pediatrics. In addition, she has also received Gold Medals in Pathology, Preventive & Social Medicine and Gynaecology & Obstetrics. Teaching how to study and ace Pediatrics preparation are her forte as she is also the Dr. B.C. Roy awardee for the 2007 ‘Best Student’ award in her Medical College at Kolkata.
An intestinal infection known as shigella infection (also known as shigellosis) is brought on by a family of bacteria called shigella. Diarrhea, which
Pruritus is a skin condition in which you want to scratch your skin due to its intense itching. As people age, their skin tends to become drier, which
Shaken baby syndrome, a catastrophic brain injury, can result from aggressively shaking a newborn or toddler. It is sometimes referred to as whiplash