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Roshani Agarwal, MD

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improving workflow efficiency, quality improvement, antibiotics stewardship, complex medical care

bio

Roshani Agarwal, MD is a physician in the hospital medicine department at Dayton Children's. She also works as a transitional care unit specialist where she takes care of kids with complex medical needs.

Languages spoken:

  • English
  • Hindi
  • Marathi

education and training

  • medical school: Government Medical College, Nagpur, India
  • internship: Children's Hospital of Michigan, Detroit
  • residency: Children's Hospital of Michigan, Detroit - pediatrics
  • board certification: American Board of Pediatrics

awards, honors and organizations

  • Sheldon Brenner Resident Research Award, Children's Hospital of Michigan, Detroit 2013

publications and presentations

Peer reviewed publications:

  • Agarwal RR, Agarwal RL, Chen X, Lua JL, Ang JY. Epidemiology of Invasive Fungal Infections at Two Tertiary Care Neonatal Intensive Care Units Over a 12-Year Period (200-2011). Glob Pediatr Health. 2017 Mar 30;4
  • Patel D, Agarwal R, Powell W, Al-Ansari N. Gastro-oesophageal reflux associated with duodenum inversum: two case reports and a review of the literature. Paediatrics and international child health. 2017 Jul 3;37(3):227-9.
  • Agarwal R, Feldman GL, Poulik J, Stockton DW, Sood BG. Methylmalonic acidemia presenting as persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn. J Neonatal Perinatal Med 2014; 7(3):247-251.
  • Agarwal RL, Agarwal RR, Sivaswamy L. How Well Are We Preparing Pediatricians to Manage Seizures and Epilepsy? A Single-Center Questionnaire-Based Pilot Study. Clin Pediatr (Phila) 2014; 53(7):682-688.
  • Taori R, Lahiri KR, Tullu MS. Performance of PRISM (Pediatric Risk of Mortality) Score & PIM (Pediatric Index of Mortality) Score in a tertiary care pediatric ICU. Indian J Pediatr 2010; 77(3): 267-271

Poster presentations:

  • Watson C, Agarwal RR, Du W, Sivaswamy L, Agarwal R. Functional Acute Neurological Disorders seen at a Tertiary Care Children’s Hospital. Selected for Platform Presentation at the Child Neurology Society 2017, Kansas City, US
  • Agarwal R, Agarwal RL, Ang J. Epidemiology of Invasive Fungal Infections in a Tertiary Pediatric Intensive Care Unit over a 12-Year Period. Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA. April 2015
  • Agarwal RL, Agarwal RR, Sivaswamy L. How Well are We Preparing Pediatricians to Manage Seizures and Epilepsy? A Single-Center Questionnaire Based Pilot Study. Poster presented at the Detroit Medical Center Graduate Medical Education Quality Education and Safe System Training (QuESST) Research Day Conference, Detroit, MI, April 2014
  • Agarwal R, Agarwal RL,Chen X, Lua J, Ang J. Epidemiology of invasive fungal infections in 2 tertiary care NICUs from 2000-2011. 13th Annual Pediatric Research Day: New Frontiers in Pediatrics, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. March 2014
  • Agarwal R, Agarwal RL,Chen X, Lua J, Ang J. Epidemiology of invasive fungal infections in 2 tertiary care NICUs from 2000-2011. ID week, San Francisco. October 2013
  • Lahiri KR, Agarwal RL, Taori R. Empyema Thoracis in children: Role of Ultrasonography in therapeutic intervention. European Respiratory Society Annual Congress, Vienna. September 2009

Oral presentation:

  • Agarwal R, Agarwal RL, Chen X, Lua J, Ang J. Epidemiology of invasive fungal infections in 2 tertiary care NICUs from 2000-2011. Sheldon Brenner Resident Research Award Presentations, June 2013, Children's Hospital of Michigan, Detroit.

get to know me

I chose my specialty because...

Hospital Medicine offers an opportunity to treat a broad array of medical problems. It is a unique field which allows me to work with multiple subspecialists that may be involved in the child's care and focus on the child's medical problem as a whole; with the goal to achieve the best treatment plan for an individual child. Hospitalized patients tend to have acute medical problems and it can be a very stressful time for the families. It feels immensely rewarding to offer support to them while taking care of the patient.


I like working with kids because...

kids by nature are fun loving and fun sharing. Hearing the innocent voices of children and seeing their faces lighten up with fervor when they feel better, brings boundless joy. As a pediatrician, work is never dull and tiring. More so, the ability to share your knowledge and expertise to positively impact a child's health definitely brings a feeling of happiness and fulfillment.


I chose to work at Dayton Children's because...

the environment at Dayton Children’s is very warm and welcoming. I am amazed at the hospital’s vision to provide high quality care to the local community and at the same time strive towards improving patient and family experience.


Dayton Children's is special because...

it values a holistic approach towards patient well-being and strives towards providing excellent medical care to the community.


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