Dr Mukul Satija | Pediatric Intensive Care

Dr. Mukul Satija

Consultant, Pediatric Intensive Care

Dr. Mukul Satija

Dr Mukul Satija is a pediatric intensive care specialist who strives to provide the best care for critically-sick children. Conditions treated by him include Septic shock, Respiratory failure, Dengue, Pneumonia, Malaria and many more.

Degree: MBBS, Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung, New Delhi (2011); M.D. Pediatric, PGIMER & Dr. RML Hospital, New Delhi (2014); DNB Pediatric (2014); FNB Pediatric Critical Care, Sir Gangaram Hospital, New Delhi (2018)

Experience: 5 years

Specialisation: Pediatric Intensive Care

Key skills:
Mechanical ventilation
Centre-line insertion
Intraosseous access

OPD Timings:
Monday: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Tuesday: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Friday: 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Consultation Fees
Rs. 650


  • J. Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology: Endothelial function, arterial wall mechanics and intima media thickness in Juvenile idiopatic arthritis, 2014.
  • J. Adv Hematol: Comparison of Bone Mineral Density in Thalassemia Major Patients with Healthy Controls, 2015.

Tips for Parenting and Child Care

5 Misconceptions Around New-born Baby Feeding

“Nursing mothers especially, first-time mothers, usually have many concerns regarding baby feeding, which is why we encourage them to attend our Infancy Care Class” says Nupur Sah, Certified Lactation Counselor and Child Health Educator at Sitaram Bhartia.

Listed below are few queries often asked in our Infancy Care class, and information that may help put you at ease.

Keep Mosquitoes Away | 5 Tips for Prevention of Dengue

With the increase in dengue cases being reported in Delhi itself, across seasons, it becomes even more important for you take certain measures for prevention of dengue.

Prevention of Dengue Tips

Use these 5 simple tips to protect yourself and loved ones:

  1. Wear long-sleeved clothes and trousers:

    “You should wear long-sleeved clothes and trousers or leggings as much as possible to lower the chances of being bitten by dengue-carrying mosquitoes,” says Dr Mayank Uppal,

Notice Dengue Symptoms in Your Child? Here’s What to Do

Dengue symptoms in your child can be difficult to read.

Dr Neha Joshi, Consultant, Pediatrics at Sitaram Bhartia Hospital says, “As dengue symptoms in children are similar to those in less severe fever infections, it can be difficult to differentiate between them without a blood test”

“Your child may not be able to express or verbalize their complaints.

Dengue symptoms in babies in Hindi | 0-1 years |

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