Dr. Mukul Pandey

Consultant - Peditrics, PICU and Pediatric ER Paediatrics


Medical Qualifications

PGPN (Post Graduate Program in Pediatric Nutrition) Boston University School of Medicine2020-2021
Fellowship in ECMOECMO Society of India2019-2020
Fellow National BoardSir Gangaram Hospital, Delhi 2017-19
PGDDN (Post Graduate Diploma in Developmental Neurology)Child Development Centre, University of Kerala, India2012-2013
DNB (Pediatrics), NBENational board of examinations, India2011-2013
DCHKGMU, Lucknow, UP, India2007-2009
MBBSLLRM Medical college, Meerut, UP, India -

Memberships & Certifications

  • Member of Indian academy of pediatrics (IAP) 
  • Member of National neonatology forum
  • Member of IAP, Critical care branch
  • Member Indian society of critical care medicine
  • Member of ECMO Society of India
  • ATLS Member
  • Member of Indian Medical Association (IMA)

Awards & Accomplishments

  • Certificate of Honor in Physiology subject in MBBS 
  • Successfully completed PALS course twice in 2011 and 2015
  • Won second prize in divisional round IAP Quiz  
  • Oral paper presentation in award category in UPPEDICON, Lucknow, (UP)
  • Presented Poster in Pediatric conference of North India 2016,Delhi
  • Successfully completed NRP (Neonatal resuscitation programme) at Delhi 2017
  • 1st prize in oral paper presentation at CRITICARE2019 at Mumbai
  • Awarded as Workshop champion at ED-ECMO workshop at Delhi 2019
  • Successfully completed ATLS (advance trauma life support) course at RML Hospital, Delhi 2019
  • Accredited “Teacher” IAP College of Pediatric Critical Care
  • Participated as Faculty in “Advance ventilation workshop” at PEDICON 2022
  • Co-Inspector for fellowship accreditation at DMC, Ludhiyana
  • Participated as Faculty in IAP- point of care ultrasound workshop,PEDICON


  • Case series “ Secondary infections in immunocompetent children with dengue” published in: Indian Journal of Child Health ,2015 :   1,
  • Case Series “Gut obstruction following acid ingestion-role of early endoscopy” published in  Indian Journal of community & Family Medicine, from Ministry of Health in 2015 :   2,
  • Research paper “ Etiology and risk factors determining poor outcome of severe pneumonia in under- five children” published in Indian Journal of Pediatrics in December, 2017 :   3,
  • Research paper “Long term outcome of children with Recurrent abdominal pain” published Indian Pediatrics may 2020 :   4,
  • Research paper “COVID-19 associated Multisystem Inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C): A multicentric retrospective clinical study from New Delhi” published in Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine, July 2021 :   5,
  • Case report “Use of transpulmonary pressure monitoring in the management of extrapulmonary pediatric acute respiratory distress syndrome with multi organ dysfunction syndrome (mods): are we Peepophobic?” published at Clinical medicine insights: case report :   6,
  • Case report “SARS-CoV-2 Vertical Transmission: Rare but potential possibility” published in Indian Journal of Pediatrics Sept 2020 http://doi.org/10.1007/s12098-020-03498-3 :   7,
  • Case report “Acute Meningoencephalitis in a child secondary to SARS-CoV-2 virus” published in Indian Pediatrics Dec 2020 PII:S097475591600260 :   8,
  • Case report “Hypothermia in a 6-Week Infant-an Atypical Presentation of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C)" published in "Austin Critical Care Case Reports".https://doi.org/10.26420/austincritcarecaserep/2021.1020 :   9,
  • Case report “Neonatal acute respiratory distress syndrome (NRDS) secondary to Sars-Cov-2 virus- Beneficial role of Surfactant” published in journal Trends in Pulmonary and Respiratory medicine, May 2021 Doi:10.36879/TPRM.21.000102 :   10,