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Dr. Manu Sharma
M.D. Pediatrics
Fellow in Neonatology (IAP)
Consultant Pediatrician / Neonatologist
Among the finest Neonatologist, Pediatrician in the city, Dr. Manu Sharma is known for offering excellent patient care. The doctor holds an experience of 8 years and has extensive knowledge in the respective field of medicine. Child Specialist Dr. Manu Sharma is an esteemed member of Indian Academy of Paediatrics (IAP), National Neonatology Forum (NNF) and this only adds to the credibility of the doctor.
Professional Journey
Work Experience:
  • Senior resident at Govt. Medical Collage and Hospital, Sector 32, Chandigarh.
  • Registrar at Fortis Hospital, Mohali
  • Registrar Neonatology GMCH 32
  • NICU in-charge Paras Bliss Hospital, Panchkula ( Jan 2017- Dec 2017)
  • Chief Neonatologist and HOD Paediatrics (SGHS Super Speciality Hospital, Mohali.)
  • Currently Consultant/ Chief Neonatologist Max Super Speciality Hospital Mohali.

Education & Training

  • MBBS (SGRDIMS&R, Amritsar)
  • M.D. (Pediatrics) (SGRDIMS&R, Amritsar)
  • FIAP (Neonatology) (GMCH Sec 32 Chandigarh)

Specialty Interest

Dr. Manu Sharma is a very dynamic and renowned Neonatologist / Paediatrician in the region. His expertise is in:


  • Management of ELBW (Extremely low birth weight) and premature babies
  • Non-invasive and invasive ventilation for preterm and term babies
  • Cranial ultrasound and functional echocardiography in babies
  • Preterm nutrition
  • Developmentally supportive care
  • Paediatric / childhood asthma
  • Growth and development in children
  • Adolescent problems
  • Childhood diabetes (type 1)

Duration Of OPD

Max Super Speciality Hospital, Mohali


  • Mon to Sat – 10 am to 5 pm

Research & Publication

  • To Study the correlation of meningitis in cases of septicaemia in neonates term and preterm.
  • To study the incidence and clinical outcome of persistent pulmonary hypertension of newborn in cases of respiratory distress in neonates.
  • Segawa Syndrome – A FAMILY CASE REPORT (pediatric on call January-March 2014 | Volume : 11 | Issue : 1 )
  • Phenobarbitone induced drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms (DRESS): a case report (International Journal of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology 2013 volume 2 issue 3 pages: 333-335.)
  • Congenital tuberculosis complicated by pulmonary eosinophilia ( journal of clinical neonatology 2014, vol 3 issue 1 pg 41-43.
  • Citrobacter Meningitis with Encapsulated Brain abscess in a 6 day old neonate (International Journal of Science and research april 2016 vol 5 issue 4 pg 1786-88)
  • Incidence and outcome of PPHN in late preterm and term neonates (accepted for publication)