Dr. Shenoy N V - Pediatrics in Bangalore

Dr. Shenoy N V

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH)

  • Bangalore, Karnataka

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Clinic Locations

Shenoy's Clinic

No.62, 3rd Main, KEB Layout, BTM 1st Stage BTM Layout Bangalore , Bangalore , Karnataka , India


  • Anaemia
  • Neonatal Jaundice
  • Coughing
  • Other Common Childhood Illness
  • Sleep Throat
  • Infections
  • Admission facility malathi Manipal hospital
  • Pin Worms
  • Breathing Problems
  • Vaccination/ Immunization


  • Pediatrician


  • J.S.S Medical College, Mysore - 1980 Graduated
  • Mysore Medical Colloge, Mysore - 2003 Graduated
    Diploma in Child Health (DCH)

Work & Experience

  • Malathi Manipal Hospital
    Visiting Consultant


  • Bangalore Pediatric Society


What Type Of Childcare Is Best For Your Toddler?

Your toddler becomes the most important part of your life. But you know that you also need to work, need to go to the office and need to do some other stuff as well. So, how can your loved one be safe when you are not around? Sometimes people do not have a ‘stay-at-home’ partner so the best options which they find is searching for a babysitter or childcare.

Fifth Disease in Children: How Long Does This Infection Last?

What is the fifth disease? A viral illness that causes a rash is the fifth disease. Erythema infectious is another name for the fifth disease. Slapped cheek disease is the name for it. This is due to the fact that the rash can cause a child’s cheeks to turn bright red. The fifth sickness is transmitted from one child to another by direct contact with nasal and throat fluid. Contact with infected blood can potentially spread the virus. It has the potential to spread.

What Parents Should Know About Diarrhea in Children?

Diarrhea in children is not something many parents like to talk about. But that does not make it go away. Millions of kids get diarrhea every year. Diarrhea is loose, watery stool. It is a common ailment of children and adults (and sometimes pets) and may be caused by viral infections (such as gastroenteritis or the stomach flu), ingestion of food or water that is contaminated with germs, eating too much of certain foods (including milk and other dairy products, ice cream, sodas, doughnuts, and yeast bread), or side effects from certain medications.

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