Dr. Srijaya Karra Reddy M.D.
Anesthesiologist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Anesthesiology111 Michigan Ave Nw Washington DC, 20010
Dr. Srijaya Reddy practices Pediatric Anesthesiology in Washington, DC. As a pediatric anesthesiologist, Dr. Reddy treats children who have experienced an illness, injury, or disease that requires surgery or a procedure. Pediatric anesthesiologists are qualified to evaluate complex problems and plan a safe anesthetic for each child. Through special training and experience, pediatric anesthesiologists provide the safest care for infants and children undergoing anesthesia.
Education and Training
Medical University of The Americas, Charlestown, Nevis, West Indies, M.D.
Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute 2007
AnesthesiologyAmerican Board of AnesthesiologyABA
- Acute epiglottitis in the era of post-Haemophilus influenzae type B (HIB) vaccine.
- Anesthesia for deep brain stimulation in traumatic brain injury-induced hemidystonia.
- Are Prior Experience and Subspecialty Training Time Predictive of Pediatric Anesthesia Exit Exam Scores for Rotating CA-2 Residents?
- Challenging airway in a paediatric patient impaled by a freezer pop stick.
- Spontaneous subdural haematoma in a paediatric patient on anticoagulant therapy.
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