Arun Aggarwal is a doctor.
Education and Training+
Medical School: Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi University, India
Residency: Resident in Pediatrics, Metropolitan Hospital, New York Medical College
Fellowship: Fellow in American Neuro Motility Society, Nationwide Children Hospital
Fellow in Pediatric Gastroenterology, Westchester Medical Center, New York Medical College
Board Certification: Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatrics
Publications and Presentations+
ABSTRACT AND PRESENTATIONS:
1. “Use of VSL#3 in the treatment of childhood diarrhea with specific reference to Rota virus diarrhea”- poster presentation and selected as abstract in Digestive Disease week, 2008 in San Diego.
2. Neonatal outcome in the pregnant women with cholestasis of pregnancy poster presentation and selected as abstract in Pediatric Academic Society, Baltimore 2009.
1 “Use of VSL#3 in the treatment of childhood diarrhea with specific reference to Rota virus diarrhea”- poster presentation in “Digestive Disease Week” 2008 in San Diego.
2 Arun Aggarwal, P Ankola; Neonatal Lead Poisoning; Journal of Perinatology- Neonatology, vol 23 No 4 August 2010; 21-22.
3 Case report: “A 15 year old female with amenorrhea, abdominal distention, and elevated hCG: Pregnancy Right? Not so fast…” under consideration.
4 “Neonatal outcome in the pregnant women with cholestasis of pregnancy” poster presentation “Pediatric Academic Societies” Baltimore 2009.
5 “Cholestasis of Pregnancy and Neonatal Outcomes”- under consideration
6 The NASPGHAN Fellows Concise Review of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition; Chapter on “Normal and Abnormal Motility” Page 71-73.
7 "Reactive Oxygen Species from NADPH and Xanthine Oxidase Modulate the Cutaneous Local Heating Response in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome" by Marvin Medow, Arun Aggarwal, Ila Baugham, Zachary Messer, and Julian Stewart, under consideration.
8 Case report: “Crohn’s Disease presenting as submandibular lymphadenopathy in 11 year old male” under consideration.
1. Grand Round on “Cirrhosis in children” at Westchester Medical Center, NY.
2. Grand Round on “Lead poisoning and management” at Metropolitan Hospital, NY.
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