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Dr. Nitin Rajput Dmd

425 Madison Ave Suite 500
New York NY 10017
212 581-1000
Medical School: Other - Unknown
Accepts Medicare: No
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License #: 056793
NPI: 1457796708
Taxonomy Codes:
1223G0001X

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Overweight and obesity in 4-5-year-old children in New Zealand: results from the first 4 years (2009-2012) of the B4School Check programme. - Journal of paediatrics and child health
We describe the prevalence of overweight and obesity in four-year-old children in New Zealand, variations with ethnicity and socio-economic status, and changes over the study duration using body mass index (BMI) measurements collected as part of the B4School Check programme.Demographic and BMI data were extracted for all children measured between 2009 and 2012. Overweight and obesity rates were estimated using International Obesity Task Force (IOTF) 2012 standards and the 85th (overweight) and 95th (obese) percentiles for BMI-for-age of the World Health Organization (WHO) 2006, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2000 and UK 1990 reference standards.A total of 168,744 BMI measurements were included in the analysis with a coverage rate of 66.5%. Mean BMI was 16.30 kg/m(2) in girls and 16.44 kg/m(2) in boys. Mean BMI z-score (WHO 2006 standards) was 0.601 in girls and 0.785 in boys. Using WHO 2006 standards, 16.9% of girls and 19.6% of boys were overweight and 13.8% of girls and 18.7% of boys were obese. Using IOTF standards, 18.3% of girls and 16.2% of boys were overweight and 5.7% of girls and 4.7% of boys were found obese. Prevalence of overweight and obesity was higher in Pacific and Maori children and those living in more socio-economically deprived areas than other children. No definite time-trends were observed over the study duration.The study reaffirms the high prevalence of overweight and obesity in pre-school children in New Zealand, and demonstrates the variations in prevalence when using different reference standards.© 2014 The Authors. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health © 2014 Paediatrics and Child Health Division (Royal Australasian College of Physicians).
Surgical treatment for coronary artery aneurysm: a single-centre experience. - Interactive cardiovascular and thoracic surgery
Coronary artery aneurysm is a rare condition with a reported incidence of 0.14-4.9% in patients undergoing coronary angiography and 0.3-5.3% in patients after percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA). Optimum surgical therapy for this entity is difficult to standardize. We present here a series of 4 cases with the aim of establishing an optimal surgical therapy for this rare entity.Four cases of coronary artery aneurysm were admitted in the Department of Cardiology and Department of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery, King George's Medical University, Lucknow, from April 2010 to April 2012. All patients underwent a surgical procedure that involved ligation and plication of the aneurysm with coronary artery bypass grafting.Out of the four coronary artery aneurysm patients, 1 was atherosclerotic and the remaining 3 patients developed coronary artery aneurysm after PTCA with a drug eluting stent to the left anterior descending artery. After surgery, all patients recovered uneventfully without any recurrence of symptoms in the follow-up.Coronary artery aneurysm is a rare entity and is being seen more frequently with the increasing use of stents during PTCA. Proximal ligation and plication of the aneurysm with coronary artery bypass grafting in the present series provided good results. With this case series, we seek to establish an optimal surgical therapy for this rare entity.
Intraventricular polymyxin B for the treatment of neonatal meningo-ventriculitis caused by multi-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii--case report and review of literature. - The Turkish journal of pediatrics
Central nervous system infections due to multi- and pan-drug resistant Acinetobacter baumannii are an emerging problem in intensive care patients. A high mortality rate is seen in neonatal and central nervous system infections. Treatment can be prolonged and challenging. Polypeptide antibiotics remain one of the options but have poor cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) penetration. We present our experience of successfully treating pan-drug resistant A. baumannii neonatal meningitis and ventriculitis with intraventricular polymyxin B. This was administered by repeated ventricular punctures due to lack of consent for insertion of a ventricular reservoir.
Aneurysmal aorto-right ventricular tunnel. - The Annals of thoracic surgery
A successful closure of an aneurysmal aorto-right ventricular tunnel (ARVT) in a 16-year-old male patient is reported here. An attempt at device closure had failed in this patient. Diagnosis was confirmed by Doppler echocardiography, 3-dimensional computed tomography, and cardiac catheterization. Surgical closure with a Dacron patch (W.L. Gore & Associates, Flagstaff, AZ) at the aortic end and direct closure at the ventricular end was done successfully with the patient under mild hypothermia. The postoperative echocardiogram showed a competent aortic valve with a closed ARVT.Copyright © 2012 The Society of Thoracic Surgeons. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
A novel cardiac positioning device for left main coronary artery stenosis. - The Annals of thoracic surgery
Significant hemodynamic alterations often occur during off-pump coronary artery bypass operations. Historically, left main coronary artery stenosis has been excluded from off-pump coronary artery bypass operations because of this concern. Many articles in recent times support off-pump operations in left main coronary artery (LMCA) stenosis. We describe here a safe and effective method to reduce the incidence of hemodynamic changes during beating heart surgery in patients with LMCA stenosis.Copyright © 2012 The Society of Thoracic Surgeons. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Nitric oxide metabolites in induced sputum: a noninvasive marker of airway inflammation in asthma. - Indian pediatrics
This study was designed to examine for nitric oxide (NO) metabolites in induced sputum as a marker of airway inflammation in asthmatic children. DESIGN. Prospective interventionalPediatric Allergy and Asthma Clinic of a tertiary care referral hospital in Northern India.Twenty-one children with asthma who were not receiving corticosteroids for the preceding 3 months and 10 healthy controls were enrolled.Hypertonic saline-induced sputum was obtained at study entry in controls, and at study entry and after 6 weeks of inhaled corticosteroid (ICS) therapy in asthmatic children. Fresh expectorated sputum was treated with dithiothreitol and cytospinned for cell count. NO metabolites were measured in the supernatant by the modified Griess reaction.Asthmatic children, compared with controls, had significantly higher concentration of NO metabolites (22.4 +/- 209.69 vs 39.2 +/- 15.9 (moL/L, P <0.01) and a higher percentage of eosinophils (15.3 +/- 12.0 vs 0.8 +/- 1.1%, P <0.01) in induced sputum. Both NO metabolites and eosinophil percentage declined following treatment with ICS for 6 weeks (P <0.01).The study confirms that the level of NO metabolites is increased in the tracheobronchial secretions of asthmatic children and decreases following ICS therapy. Measurement of NO metabolites in induced sputum may be useful for monitoring airway inflammation in children with asthma.

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