Dr. Deepu Abraham
MD Paediatrics, DCH(UK), MRCPCH(UK), CCT Paediatrics(UK), CCT Neonatology(UK)
Dr. Deepu Abraham has an exemplary range of expertise covering all aspects of Paediatrics, from the care of extreme premature babies to the adolescents. Following his post-graduation (MD DCH) from Trivandrum Medical College in 2003, Dr. Deepu Abraham has worked in England for over a decade across multiple Paediatric Subspecialties. Upon completion of his training from the prestigious Imperial College Hospital & Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals in London, he was awarded Certification of Completion of Training (UK) and has gained entry on the UK Specialist Register for Paediatricians and Neonatologists. He firmly believes that each child and family are unique, and has an exceptional track record of providing child/family centered care.
Dr. Deepu Abraham’s areas of expertise include:
Intensive Care of premature & extreme low birth weight babies born at six months and above
Intensive Care of babies born with breathing difficulties, birth asphyxia, severe neonatal jaundice, feeding problems and infections
Transport of critically unwell babies
General Paediatric clinics for growth and developmental problems, allergies, recurrent headaches and abdominal pains
General Paediatric inpatient care
Dr. Deepu Abraham has a catalogue of illustrious accomplishments in Medical Education and training of Junior Doctors in England. In addition to tutoring medical students from London Imperial College, he has organised MRCPCH training courses for Paediatricians in UK. He has presented several papers at the Royal College (London) & International Conferences. Dr Deepu Abraham has co-authored several articles published in peer reviewed medical journals.
Recent Presentations and Publications
Oral presentation at Fourth Congress of the European Academy of Paediatric Societies, Istanbul, Turkey (2012). Survey on use of Caffeine in Apnoea of Prematurity in Neonatal Units Across England. D Abraham, P Rajagopal, E Curtis.
Presentation at RCPCH Annual Conference at Warwick University, UK (2011). Kingella infections in children - a child with small ventricular septal defect and endocarditis. D Abraham, F Garbe, S. Dotse, P Venugopalan.
Impact of Echocardiogram in the assessment of babies with chronic lung disease. D Abraham, PK Yajamanyam, SV Rasiah (2014). Archives of Disease in Childhood 99:A145
A rare presentation of Malassezia fungaemia with liver abscess in preterm neonate. D Abraham, J Gray, S Rasiah (2014). Archives of Disease in Childhood - Fetal and Neonatal Edition 99 (Suppl 1) p. A54-A55
Stridor in an 11-year-old child. D. Abraham, R. Karuvattil, M. Fitzpatrick (2013) BMJ Case Reports.
Incidence of Leishmaniasis in a District General Hospital service. S Damodaran, G Erumbala, D Abraham (2012) Archives of Disease in Childhood 97 p. A253
- Member of IAP (Indian Academy of Paediatrics)
- Member of National Neonatology Forum of India
- Member of Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, UK
- Member of BAPM (British Association of Perinatal Medicine)
- Member of European Society of Neonatology
- NLS (Neonatal Life Support) Provider UK
- APLS (Advanced Paediatric Life Support) Provider UK