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«Brief particulars: Full name: Vipin Mohan Vashishtha Date of Birth: 26th April, 1964 Sex: Male. Communication Address: Dr Vipin M. Vashishtha, Director & ...»

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34-Vashishtha VM, Nayak NC, John TJ, Kumar A. Recurrent annual outbreaks of a hepato-myoencephalopathy syndrome in children in western Uttar Pradesh, India. Indian J Med Res. 2007 Apr;125(4):523-33.

35-Vashishtha VM, Kumar A, John TJ, Nayak NC. Cassia occidentalis poisoning causes fatal coma in children in western Uttar Pradesh. Indian Pediatr. 2007 Jul;44(7):522-5.

36-Vashishtha VM, Kalra A, John TJ, Thacker N, Agarwal RK. IAP Recommendations on Polio Eradication and Improvement of Routine Immunization. Indian Pediatr. 2008 May;45(5):367-78.

37-Vashishtha VM. The nexus & the ills afflicting the vaccination practices. Indian J Med Res 127, May 2008, pp 518-519 38-Vashishtha VM, Kumar A, John TJ, Nayak NC. Cassia occidentalis poisoning as the probable cause of hepatomyoencephalopathy in children in western Uttar Pradesh. Indian J Med Res.

2007 Jun;125(6):756-62.

39-2008 World Drug Report: a more pragmatic approach needed to combat illicit drug use.

Vashishtha VM. Indian Pediatr. 2008 Sep;45(9):767-8.

40-Child soldiers global report 2008: a timely reminder. Vashishtha VM. Indian Pediatr. 2008 Aug;45(8):679-80.

41-UNICEF 2008 Humanitarian Action Report: hinting an impending crisis.

Vashishtha VM. Indian Pediatr. 2008 Oct;45(10):843-4.

42-Universal immunization program and polio eradication in India. Polio Eradication Committee, Indian Academy of Pediatrics(PEC,IAP), Vashishtha VM, John TJ, Agarwal RK, Kalra A. Indian Pediatr. 2008 Oct;45(10):807-13 43-World disasters report 2008 acknowledging a disease as a disaster.

Vashishtha VM. Indian Pediatr. 2008 Nov;45(11):911-2.

44-World Malaria Report 2008 A Billion dollar Moment for a Centuries Old Disease?

Vashishtha VM. Indian Pediatr. 2008 Dec;45(12):985-6.

45-Vashishtha VM. A Practitioners’ Day in Office: Where Monotony is Bliss! Indian Pediatr.

2008; 45: 612.

46-Vashishtha VM. Countdown to 2015 for Maternal, Newborn, and Child Survival: A Critical Appraisal of 2008 Report Indian Pediatr. 2008; 45: 574-576.

47-Why Tuberculosis is a Difficult Disease to Target for Control or Elimination? Vashishtha VM.

Indian Pediatr. 2009 Jan;46(1):82-3.

48-World Health Report 2008 Time to Go Back to the Basics! Vashishtha VM. Indian Pediatr.

2009 Jan;46(1):49-50.

49-Setting the Scene to Blame the GOI for Failure of Polio Eradication-Reply. Vashishtha VM, Kalra A. Indian Pediatr. 2009 Feb;46(2):185-186.

50-World Report on Child Injury Prevention: An Ignored Component of Child Survival!

Vashishtha VM. Indian Pediatr. 2009 Feb;46(2):152-153.

51-The State of the World's Children 2009: Maternal Health is the Key to Achieve MDGs 4 and

5. Vashishtha VM. Indian Pediatr. 2009 March; 47(3):

52-Vashishtha VM. Human rights watch 2009 world report sincere solidarity is warranted.

Indian Pediatr. 2009 Apr;46(4):308-9.

53-Vashishtha VM. WHO Global Tuberculosis Control Report 2009: Tuberculosis elimination is a distant dream. Indian Pediatr. 2009 May;46(5):401-2.

54-Vashishtha VM. Indian slum children in Western cinema: sensitive portrayal of stark reality or crass exploitation? Indian Pediatr. 2009 Jun;46(6):499-500.

55-Vashishtha VM. Fight against pneumonia.Indian Pediatr. 2009 Jul;46(7):599-600.

56-Vashishtha VM, John TJ, Kumar A. Clinical and Pathological Features of Acute Toxicity due to Cassia occidentalis in Vertebrates. Indian J Med Res. 2009 Jul;130(1):23-30.

57-Kalra A, Vashishtha VM. Typhoid vaccine(s)--to give or not to give. Indian Pediatr. 2009 Aug;46(8):733-4; author reply 734-5.

58-Vashishtha VM. Introduction of Hib containing pentavalent vaccine in national immunization program of India: the concerns and the reality! Indian Pediatr. 2009 Sep;46(9):781-2.

59-Yewale V., Vashishtha V. Reply: Prevention of Pertussis in Adolescents and Young Adults Indian Pediatr 2009;46: 1024.

60-Yewale V., Vashishtha V. Reply: Newer Vaccines – Indian Scenario. Indian Pediatr 2009;46:

1025-1026 61-Vashishtha VM. Rising urbanization of poverty a blot on the shining armor India urban poverty report 2009. Indian Pediatr. 2009 Oct;46(10):875-6.

62- Vashishtha VM, Karmakar SA. Acute febrile encephalopathy: more stringent criteria needed to make a correct diagnosis. Indian J Pediatr. 2009 Nov;76(11):1185; author reply 1185.

63- John TJ, Vashishtha VM. Eradication of vaccine polioviruses: why, when & how?. Indian J Med Res 130, November 2009, pp 491-494.

64-Vashishtha VM. Routine immunization in India a reappraisal of the system and its performance! Indian Pediatr. 2009 Nov;46 (11):991-2.

65-Vashishtha VM. Polio eradication in India: Need for caution. Indian J Pediatr 2009. Accepted for publication.

66-Vashishtha VM. Preterm birth: a neglected entity. Indian Pediatr. 2009 Dec;46(12):1071-2.

67- Vashishtha VM. Current Status of Tuberculosis and Acute Respiratory Infections in India:

Much More Needs to be Done! Indian Pediatr 2010; 47: 88-89.

68-Vashishtha VM, John TJ. Prevalence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Infection in Children in Western Uttar Pradesh. Indian Pediatr 2010; 47: 97-100.

69- Vashishtha VM. MCIs new code of ethics for medical professionals: an exercise in vain or a welcome move. Indian Pediatr. 2010 Apr;47(4):329-30.

70- Vashishtha VM. Growing antibiotics resistance and the need for new antibiotics. Indian Pediatr. 2010 Jun;47(6):505-6.





71- John TJ, Vashishtha VM, John SM, Sudarsanam TD. Tuberculosis control must be scientifically defined & soundly designed. Indian J Med Res. 2010 Jul;132:4-8.

72-Polio Eradication Committee, Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP). Indian Pediatr. 2010 Sep;47(9):749-51.

73- Vashishtha VM. Advertisement of food products for children: a tale of legality, ethics and indifference.Indian Pediatr. 2010 Oct;47(10):857-9.

74- Vashishtha VM, Garg A. Emergence of metallo-β-lactamases and carbapenem resistance.

Indian Pediatr. 2011 Feb 7;48(2):165-6.

75- John TJ, Vashishtha VM. Annual Risk of Tuberculosis Infection in Children: need to strengthen and intensify control efforts. Indian Pediatr 2011, September.

76-Vashishtha VM, Garg A, John TJ. Etiology of acute bacterial meningitis in hospitalized children in western Uttar Pradesh. Indian Pediatr. 2011 Dec;48(12):985-6.

77- Tetanus Vaccine in UIP in India. Reply. Indian Pediatrics 2012; 49: 70-72.

78- Path to Polio Eradication in India: A Major Milestone. Indian Pediatrics 2012; 49: 95-98.

79- Why Quantity of Diphtheria and Pertussis Vaccines is Reduced for Children 7 Years Onwards? Reply. Indian Pediatrics 2012; 49: 160.

80- A Fatal Outbreak of Trichosporon asahii Sepsis in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Indian Pediatrics 2012;49: 745-747.

81- The Games Industry Plays! Indian Pediatrics 2012; 49: 699.

82- IAP Immunization Timetable 2012 Clarifications. Reply. Indian Pediatrics 2012; 49: 797-798.

83- For the Expert Group on Encephalitis, Indian Academy of Pediatrics, Sharma S, Mishra D, Aneja S, Kumar R, Jain A, Vashishtha VM. Consensus Guidelines on Evaluation and Management of Suspected Acute Viral Encephalitis in Children in India. Indian Pediatrics 2012; 49: 897-910.

84- Hepatitis-B recommendations-Reply. Indian Pediatrics 2012; 49: 995.

85- Shakespeare’s Honourable Men and Conflicts of Interest- Reply. Indian Pediatrics 2012; 49:

1000-01.

86- IPV for OPV Primed Children. Reply. Indian Pediatrics 2012;49: 423-424.

87- IAP Immunization Timetable 2012: Some Issues. Reply. Indian Pediatrics 2012;49: 996.

88- OPV for Children Who Have Received IPV. Indian Pediatrics 2012; 49: 998-999.

89- Status of Immunization and Need for Intensification of Routine Immunization in India.

Indian Pediatrics 2012; 49: 357-361.

90- John TJ, Vashishtha VM, John SM. 50 Years of Tuberculosis Control in India: Progress, Pitfalls and the Way Forward. Indian Pediatr 2013; 50: 93-98.

91-Vashishtha VM, Kumar P. 50 years of Immunization in India: Progress and Future. Indian Pediatr 2013; 50: 111-118.

92-Vashishtha VM, Kalra A, Choudhury P. Influenza Vaccination in India Position Paper of Indian Academy of Pediatrics, 2013. Indian Pediatr. 2013 Sep 8;50(9):867-874.

93-Chitkara AJ, Thacker N, Vashishtha VM, Bansal CP, Gupta SG. Adverse Event Following Immunization (AEFI) Surveillance in India, Position Paper of Indian Academy of Pediatrics,2013. Indian Pediatr. 2013 Aug 8;50(8):739-41.

94-Vashishtha VM, Choudhury P, Bansal CP, Gupta SG. Measles control strategies in India: position paper of Indian academy of pediatrics. Indian Pediatr. 2013 Jun 8;50(6):561-4.

95-John TJ, Vashishtha VM. Eradicating poliomyelitis: India's journey from hyperendemic to polio-free status. Indian J Med Res. 2013 May;137(5):881-94.

96-Vashishtha VM, Bansal CP, Gupta SG. IAP position paper on pertussis immunization. Indian Pediatr.

2013 Nov 8;50(11):1001-9.

97-Vashishtha VM, Kalra A, Bose A, Choudhury P, Yewale VN, Bansal CP, Gupta SG. Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP) Recommended Immunization Schedule for Children Aged 0 through 18 years — India, 2013 and Updates on Immunization. Indian Pediatr. 2013 Dec 8;50(12):1095-108.

98- Vashistha VM. Pertussis outbreaks in the developed world: are acellular pertussis vaccines ineffective? (counterpoint). Indian Pediatr 2013;50:1111-2.

99-Vashishtha VM. Listen to mother first : reply. Indian Pediatr. 2015 Mar 8;52(3):258. No abstract available.

100-Vashishtha VM. IAP Immunization Guidelines: Authors Reply. Indian Pediatr. 2015 Mar 8;52(3):257.

No

Abstract

available.

101-Vashishtha VM. MMR vaccine at 9 months: authors reply. Indian Pediatr. 2015 Jan;52(1):81-2. No abstract available.

103-Vashishtha VM. Encephalitis outbreaks in Muzaffarpur: five blind men describing an elephant!

Indian Pediatr. 2014 Nov;51(11):936. No abstract available.

104-Vashishtha VM, Choudhury P, Kalra A, Bose A, Thacker N, Yewale VN, Bansal CP, Mehta PJ. Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP) recommended immunization schedule for children aged 0 through 18 yearsIndia, 2014 and updates on immunization. Indian Pediatr. 2014 Oct;51(10):785-800.

105-Vashishtha VM, Yewale VN, Bansal CP, Mehta PJ; Indian Academy of Pediatrics, Advisory Committee on Vaccines and Immunization Practices (ACVIP). IAP perspectives on measles and rubella elimination strategies. Indian Pediatr. 2014 Sep;51(9):719-22.

106-Vashishtha VM. Author's reply: To PMID 24413503. Indian Pediatr. 2014 Mar;51(3):237-8. No abstract available.

107-Vashishtha VM. Pentavalent vaccines and operational difficulties: authors reply. Indian Pediatr.

2014 Apr;51(4):322-3. No abstract available.

108- VIPIN MVASHISHTHA, SANGEETAYADAV,AASHIMA DABAS, CP BANSAL, ROHIT CAGARWAL, VIJAY N

YEWALE, ET AL. IAP Position Paper on Burden of Mumps in India and Vaccination Strategies. Indian Pediatr 2015; 52:....

Conference Papers

1-BURDEN OF ROTAVIRUS DIARRHEA IN A SEMIURBAN, MAINLY RURAL AREA OF WESTERN UTTAR

PRADESH, INDIA. Vipin M Vashishtha, Thacker S, Gajanan Sudhir Namjoshi, 11th International Rotavirus Symposium, New Delhi, India, New Delhi; 09/2014 2- Protein binding affinity of Anthraquinones in Cassia occidentalis seeds: Role of reactive oxygen species formation in rat primary hepatocytes. Gatikrushna Panigrahi, Kausar M. Ansari, Manish Suthar, J.K. Saxena, Vipin M. Vashistha, S. Raisuddin, Mukul Das. International Conference on Advances in Free Radicals, Redox Signaling and Translational Antioxidant Research & XII Annual meeting of the society of Free Radical Research-India (SFRR STAR 2013), Lucknow, India; 01/2013 3-Identification of Toxic Ingredients of Cassia Occidentalis Seed: Their Detection In body fluids of Hepatomyoencephalopathy (HME) Patients and experimental rats. Gatikrushna Panigrahi, Kausar M.

Ansari, Mohan Krishna Reddy Mudiam, Ratna Sekhar CH, Vipin M. Vashistha, S. Raisuddin,Mukul Das.

The XXXII Annual Conference of Society of Toxicology (STOX), India & International Symposium on New Frontiers in Toxicology. STOX-2012, Lucknow, India; 12/2012 4- Toxicity of Cassia Occidentalis Seeds In Rat: Relevance to Hepatomyoencephalopathy on Children of western Uttar Pradesh, India. Gatikrushna Panigrahi, Kausar M. Ansari, Vipin M. Vashistha, S. Raisuddin, Mukul Das. XXXI Annual Conference of Society of Toxicology (STOX), India & International Symposium on Current Trends in Environmental Toxicology, Jaipur, Rajsthan, India; 10/2010 Medical bulletins & periodicals 1-VashishthaVM. Arrival of new and future vaccines: How many pricks to be given to a young child? Pediascene 1998, Vol 1, Issue 2.

2-VashishthaVM. Gross splenomegaly with ataxia- an unusual presentation of childhood TB.

Pediascene 1998, Vol 1, Issue 2.

3-VashishthaVM. The game pharmaceuticals play and trap more than willing doctors.

Pediascene 1998, Vol 1, Issue 3.

4-VashishthaVM. Status of OPV after eradication of wild poliovirus in western world.

Pediascene 1998, Vol 1, Issue 3.

5-VashishthaVM. Large occipital encephalocele. Pediascene 1999, Vol 2, Issue 1.

6-VashishthaVM. Treatment of acute otitis media in children. Pediascene 1999, Vol 2, Issue 1.

7-VashishthaVM. Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) - Equipment Update. Pediascene 1999, Vol 2, Issue 1.

8-VashishthaVM. Neurocysticercosis in Children. Pediascene 1999; Vol 2, Issue 2.

9-VashishthaVM. Noonan syndrome: Images in clinical practice. Pediascene 1999; Vol 2 Issue 2.

10-VashishthaVM. Malaria in children, Pediascene 1999; Vol 2 Issue 3.

11-VashishthaVM. Stevens Johnson syndrome. Pediascene 1999; Vol 2 Issue 3.

12-VashishthaVM. Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis: Images in clinical practice. Pediascene 2000; Vol 3 Issue 1.

13- VashishthaVM. Gastroscisis and Exomphalos: Images in clinical practice. Pediascene 2000;

Vol 3 Issue 2..

14-VashishthaVM. Will India prove a stumbling block in the field of global polio eradication?

Pediascene 2002; Vol 5, Issue 1&2.

15-VashishthaVM. Fourth generation Cephalosporins-a review. Pediascene 2002; Vol. 5 Issue 3.

16-Vashishtha VM, Saxena R. How to search Internet? Bulletin of Computer and Medical electronic Group of IAP. 2002.

17-Vashishtha VM. Toxicity of anti-tubercular drugs in children. Bulletin, Infectious Diseases Chapter of IAP, Vol: 3 No 2, April-June, 2003, pp 14-18.

18-VashishthaVM. Homozygous Familial Hypercholesterolemia- Images in clinical practice.

Pediascene 2002-2003, Vol 5Issue 4 & Vol 6 Issue 1.

19-VashishthaVM. Who decides- What our children do need the most? Editorial, Pediascene 2003, Vol. 6 Issues 2&3.

20-VashishthaVM. How to win an IAP presidency election? Pediascene 2003; Vol. 6 Issues 2&3.

21-VashishthaVM. Recommendations on Immunization- IAP is in a dilemma! Pediascene 2003;

Vol. 6 Issue 4.

22-VashishthaVM. OPV Vs IPV-Wild Vs Civilized vaccine. Editorial, Pediascene2003; Vol. 6 Issue 4.

23-VashishthaVM. Issues involving individual pediatric vaccination- Symposium on Pediatric vaccination. Pediascene 2003; Vol. 6 Issue 4, pp8-15.

24-Thacker N, VashishthaVM. It’s Now or Never. Editorial, Bulletin of Polio Eradication Committee of IAP. Vol 1, Issue 1, January 2004.

25-Vashishtha VM. Status of Neonatal health in India: Let’s give devil its due! Pediascene 2004Vol 7 Issue 4 & Vol 8 Issue 1, pp 2-3.

26-VashishthaVM. Pediatric SARS: A cyber age disease with an uncertain future! Bulletin, Infectious Diseases Chapter of IAP, Vol: 4 No 2, June, 2004, pp 22-30.

27-VashishthaVM. Emerging new viral threats-How prepared are we? Pediascene 2004; Vol. 7 Issue1.

28-VashishthaVM. How to use antibiotics in suspected bacterial infections in neonates?

Pediascene2004; Vol. 7 Issue1.

29-VashishthaVM. IAP policies, guidelines and recommendations on immunization 2003- A rejoinder. Pediascene 2004; Vol. 7 Issue 1.

30-VashishthaVM. Bubble CPAP-Equipment Update. Pediascene 2004; Vol 7 Issues 2&3.

31-Thacker N, VashishthaVM, John TJJ. Polio Eradication- Success is just around the corner.

Bulletin of Polio Eradication Committee of IAP. Vol 1, Issue 2, July 2004, 32-Thacker N, VashishthaVM, John TJJ. Wild virus now confined to its last citadel; let’s shut all the exit points! Bulletin of Polio Eradication Committee of IAP. Vol 1, Issue 3, November 2004.



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