Dr Sweta Kumari

dr sweta kumari

Dr. Sweta Kumari

Consultant, Pediatrics

Dr. Sweta Kumari

Dr Sweta Kumari is a pediatric consultant who strives to provide the best care for children under her care. She treats conditions like childhood infections and infestations, immunizations and immunodeficiency, allergy and growth and development.

Degree: MBBS, Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Medical University (King George’s Medical University), Lucknow (2012); MD Pediatrics, Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi (2015); DNB Pediatrics, National Board of Examination (2016)

Experience: 3 years

Key skills:

  • Neonatal and pediatric resuscitation
  • Pediatric & neonatal invasive as well as non invasive ventilation
  • Airway management with intubations and LMA use
  • Inserting central and peripheral venous catheters

OPD Timings:
 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
9:00 pm to 11:00 pm
 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm

Consultation Fees: Rs 650

24x7 Pediatric Support Available for Emergencies

Feel free to walk into our emergency anytime to get assisted by a qualified pediatrician round the clock. Call us at 011 – 42111197.


  • J Trop Pediatr: Comparison of the Efficacy of Oral 25% Glucose with Oral 24% Sucrose for Pain Relief during Heel Lance in Preterm Neonates: A Double Blind Randomized Controlled Trial

Awards and Recognitions

  • MC Michael gold medal
  • Dr. Dharam Narayan Memorial gold medal
  • Dr. R.K.D. Misra Memorial Centenary gold medal
  • Professor P.C. Dubey Memorial gold medal

Tips for Parenting and Child Care

Tongue Tie Treatment: Does Your Child Need Surgery?

The suspicion of tongue tie is a source of anxiety in parents. The need for tongue tie treatment is one of the reasons worried parents approach a pediatric surgeon when their infants are diagnosed with ankyloglossia (tongue tie).

Technically, tongue tie is a congenital birth condition where a short, thick band of tissue (called the lingual frenulum) tightly tethers the tongue’s tip to the floor of the mouth.

Stomach Pain in Kids: Don’t Dismiss Recurrent Stomach Aches!

Stomach pain in kids is very common. One in four children develop abdominal pain at some point between 3-18 years of age. It is one of the most common reasons why parents seek advice from a pediatric gastroenterologist.

Chronic abdominal pain is stomach ache in children that usually lasts for more than 2 months and does not respond to traditional treatments.

Hernia in Children – Is Treatment Required?

Did you know that although hernia can occur at any age, almost one-third incidences of hernia in children occur in the first 6 months after birth, especially in a premature baby?

The most common form of hernia in children is known as umbilical hernia, wherein the growing infant’s abdominal wall fails to close completely around the umbilical cord.

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