Muhammad R. Bhatti, MD, maintains a position at the Hooper Medical Clinic, a private clinic located in Brooklyn, New York. With over twenty-five years of experience in his field, he is additionally affiliated with the Brooklyn Hospital Center. Dr. Bhatti is a pediatrician who earned his medical degree from the Universidad Central del Este and completed his internship at the Brooklyn Caledonian Hospital. Certified by the The American Board of Pediatrics, Dr. Bhatti maintains a professional membership with the American Medical Association, which allows him to stay up-to-date on developments in his field.
Education and Training
MD at Universidad Central del Este
Univ Central Del Este (Uce)- Esc De Med- San Pedro De MacOris 1982
Universidad Central del Este (UCE) Facultad de Medicina 1994
The American Board of Pediatrics
Dr. Muhammad Bhatti MD's Expert Contributions
If mother and child are positive for hepatitis B, vac for hepatitis B should be given at birth. Regular vac healthy child vac starts at 2 month 4 month 6 month and 12 month and at 4 years of age these are regular schedule for vac. And age 12 a booster vac for DPaT and papa virus. READ MORE
Antibiotics which are good against staph infection. READ MORE
When he cannot breathe freely or he is breathing fast with nasal flaring. READ MORE
Dimetapp elixir READ MORE
As long as he feels active. READ MORE
Take him to an ophthalmologist. Maybe he has closed tear ducts. READ MORE
Try not feeding him during travel. READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
Yes, but should not cry and should not have fever. Try to restrict liquid intake. READ MORE
Could be many things but usually it’s blood infection. READ MORE
It could be colic, abdominal pain, hunger... READ MORE
Try to keep his temperature low by cold water strips . READ MORE
Child life specialist READ MORE
Take away her TV time and phone. READ MORE
Bacteria infection by contamination READ MORE
Take to pediatric ophthalmologist . READ MORE
No take him to pediatrician READ MORE
Vocalization verb and talk if not able he has problem READ MORE
The child should have mild fever, nausea, vomiting, and pain on right lower abdomen near right side of umbilicals and ilec line. Tell the child lie down and lift his left leg. Lifting leg will be painful. Tell the child stand up and jump with right leg only it will be painful. Take him to hospital, he has appendecitis. READ MORE
Gargal daily at bed time with listrin READ MORE
Babies can have anti biotic at any age if needed there is no age limit READ MORE
Yes may be he has traumatized past which needs to be expolred READ MORE
If it’s high and persistent READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
May be anemic or fungal infection READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
If he has Ferber and can not jump on right leg READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
Visioal inspection READ MORE
It could be viral or bacterial. Viral usually does not need treatment, only hydration, but bacterial needs antibiotic treatment. READ MORE
Yes, maybe a foot doctor. READ MORE
Pink eye could be by allergy or infection should be treated accordingly READ MORE
Rid shampoo. READ MORE
Non medical to medication READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
Ear drops READ MORE
Antibiotics READ MORE
Usually not READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
Yes READ MORE
Yes work as demulscent READ MORE
Genetic READ MORE
Try to suck mucus from nose with N s nose drops READ MORE
Because if infections affect the inner ear where the equilibrium apparatus is located, then the patient starts feeling vertigo. READ MORE
Yes, kids could get lice from other kids by contact. Use a lice killer shampoo once or twice if needed. READ MORE
It is true, but rarely causes. It causes anemia in most kids. READ MORE
Giving bottled milk to babies is as good as breast milk, but it does affect babies bonding and cognitive development.. READ MORE
No he has delayed learning ability and for speech needs speech therapy READ MORE
It’s treated by antifungal ear drops READ MORE
Yes he will need total three hepatitis b vaccinations doses READ MORE
Any good company, but should be a multivitamin with iron. READ MORE
Brat diet is okay, but he needs not to be dehydrated, so start giving Pedialyte instead of water or juices to drink. Do not let him dehydrate. READ MORE
Because it’s an immune system disease and rashes are also caused by immune disorder READ MORE
No READ MORE
As long as he has fever READ MORE
Because of increase in pollen in the air READ MORE
No, he should not have testicle pain. It could be some thing else. Take him to a pediatrician. It could be infection, hydrocele, or torsion. Torsion is an emergency. READ MORE
It’s ok to play any game but should take inhaler for asthma before starting playing READ MORE
Could be many reasons, hormones and dietary, or trauma. READ MORE
Although cotton diapers are the best, with modern lifestyles, they are not convenient. If some mother wants to clean them properly and often, cotton diapers are best. READ MORE
If her calcium level is normal and her eating habits are good, she can altogether eliminate milk from her diet. READ MORE
There are no safe ointments for spot removal, but you can use vit A or D ointment. Daily it’s safe and keeps the skin healthy. READ MORE
Yes, kids could retain more water in their bodies and gain wt. Besides gaining wt., if used for a long time, it could affect bone development, causing retardation in growth and demineralization of bones, prone for more fractures. READ MORE
Late summer is best time for flu shots READ MORE
Milk is a very important source of calcium for bone growth and kids, during their growth phase, are highly recommended to drink milk at least once a day. READ MORE
None, unless medically advised. READ MORE
Allergy READ MORE
Keep him hydrated. Pedialyte to drink READ MORE
Ck BMI and blood READ MORE
Increase fiber and reduce dairy products READ MORE
It’s too early READ MORE
Get infant glycerin suppository and use as directed; read the package information. READ MORE
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Areas of expertise and specialization
- Back Pain
- Hay Fever (allergic Rhinitis)
- Menstrual Cramps
- Brooklyn Hosp Ctr, Pediatrics
- Brooklyn Hospital Center Program
- Brooklyn Caledonian Hospital
Professional Society Memberships
- American Medical Association
Hobbies / Sports
Favorite professional publications
- New England Journal of Medicine
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