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Dr. AK Sharma 

Pediatrician in KD Medicare Center, Shahdara Delhi

Dr. A.K. Sharma did his M.B.B.S course from the S.M.S.Medical college - Jaipur in 1977 ( 40 years ago). He did his M.D (Pediatrics) from the same medical college and after working in prestigious hospitals of Delhi and working for 3 years abroad, returned back and started Jyoti Nursing home in the east Jyoti Nagar - Delhi 110093 on February 3, 1987, along with his wife, Dr. Geeta Sharma. He started a number of social activities and was awarded by the Delhi government for promoting the blood donations. He started a number of academic activities in the east Delhi & Delhi and also involved in the national academic programs. His special areas of interest are - respiratory diseases and the rationale use of antibiotics. He has been rendering services at the K.D. Medicare centre, along with Dr. Geeta Sharma (M.D.), who specializes in the infertility and hormonal problems of the adolescents and ladies.



Is nasal blockage a common problem?

In this video, Dr A K Sharma will discuss about nasal blockage which is a very common problem in babies and children...

What happens if the nose is blocked and how to detect this in small children?

Dr A K Sharma will explain the symptoms of nasal blockage in babies. Nasal sounds can be heard if the baby’s n..

What are the reasons of mouth breathing?

In this video, Dr A K Sharma talks about the causes of mouth breathing. Nasal blockage is the common cause especially..

What are the long term consequences of mouth breathing?

Dr A K Sharma will discuss the long term effects of mouth breathing in this video. Tonsils and adenoids in children g..

Are mouth breathing & Nasal blockages related to other respiratory problems?

Mouth breathing has its bad consequences. Dr A K Sharma will highlight the importance of nasal breathing and its bene..

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