Dr. Mallar Mukherjee - Pediatrics in Kolkata

Dr. Mallar Mukherjee

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH), MD - Pediatrics

  • Kolkata, West Bengal

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Clinic Locations

Concu Clinic

Room Number 309, 3rd Floor, PS-IXL, Biswa Bangla Sarani Chinar Park Atghara, Newtown , Kolkata , West Bengal , India


  • Fever Treatment
  • Growth & Development Evaluation / Management
  • Infant & Child nutrition
  • Vaccination/ Immunization
  • Infectious Disease Treatment


  • Calcutta University - 2007 Graduated
  • West Bengal University of Health Sciences - 2010 Graduated
    Diploma in Child Health (DCH)
  • West Bengal University of Health Sciences - 2012 Graduated
    MD - Pediatrics


Hemophilia: How Does It Affect Your Child?

What Is Hemophilia ? Hemophilia is a rare blood clotting disorder that stops blood from clotting properly. It occurs when the body produces insufficient amounts of a protein known as the clotting factor. After a cut or accident, clotting helps to halt the bleeding. Someone can bleed freely or for longer than usual if coagulation does not occur. Small cuts are usually not a big deal. If you have a severe case of the disease, the greatest concern is internal bleeding, particularly in your knees, ankles, and elbows. Internal bleeding can harm your organs and tissues, putting your life in jeopardy.

Croup in Children: How To Save A Child From It?

Croup, also known as laryngotracheobronchitis, is a type of respiratory infection that is usually caused by a virus. Croup is an infection of the upper part of the airways, causing a hoarse voice and a barking cough. It is very common in children between two and five years old. The child’s voice sounds hoarse, and he has difficulties breathing, including coughing. Some children have difficulty swallowing and can drool, become restless or develop a high fever. The condition may last from a few days to several weeks.

5 Best Breastfeeding Positions You Should Try

One of the best parts of breastfeeding is that you can do it about anywhere and in any position. You can sit up, lie down, bend over, or even stand up while you breastfeed your baby. Whether you are trying a new position or simply looking for ways to make breastfeeding more comfortable, we have gotten you covered. We know, who has the time these days to read a whole book about breastfeeding?

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