Dr. Ankit Parakh - India’s Leading Pediatric Pulmonologist, Allergist & Sleep Medicine Specialist

Senior Consultant - Pediatric Pulmonology, Allergy and Sleep Medicine
BLK-MAX Hospital, Delhi & Max Hospital, Patparganj, Delhi

European Diplomate of Pediatric Respiratory Medicine
MD (Pediatrics), DNB, MNAMS, RCPCH Fellow London, UK.
ERS Fellow Pediatric Sleep Medicine (London, UK)
Pediatric Allergy Training (St Mary Hospital & Imperial College, London, UK)
APSR Fellow Pediatric Sleep Medicine (Brisbane, Australia)

Dr Ankit Parakh is currently affiliated with Max healthcare. Dr Ankit Parakh also has his own set up at Children's Chest Clinic, Delhi. We offer comprehensive care for children, adolescents and young adults (upto 25 years) with respiratory, allergy and sleep disorders.

Children's Chest Clinic

Children’s Chest Clinic is a paediatric super-specialty clinic aimed at providing quality care to children, teens and young adults (up to 25 years) with Respiratory, Allergy and Sleep problems. Children’s Chest Clinic has all diagnostic facilities including lung function testing, allergy testing and a state-of-the-art sleep laboratory.

Specialty Services

We provide all specialty services required for children with respiratory, allergy and sleep disorders.

Pediatric Lung Function TestingRead More

Pediatric Sleep Studies Read More

Studies for Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Read More

Studies for Evaluation of Aspiration Read More

Pediatric Home Ventilation Program Read More

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Multi Drug Resistant Tuberculosis in Children: Early Diagnosis is the key!

Multidrug-resistant Tuberculosis or commonly called MDR-TB is a condition where the TB bacteria is resistant to the most important tuberculosis medicines i.e. isoniazid and rifampicin. Delay in diagnosis of tuberculosis and especially drug resistant tuberculosis is common in India. Who…

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