Vednidhi Sharma Mudhoo
Vednidhi Sharma Mudhoo also known as ‘Ram’ started his career as a nurse at Victoria Hospital. He completed a post graduation in critical care nursing leading to practitioner. Ram is very passionate about his work and has great compassion in caring for critically ill patients.
In 2004, he joined the Intensive Care Unit of Victoria Hospital.
Today, Ram is a Honorary Doctor in Neonatal & Paediatric Ventilation; Trainer for Medical and Nursing Staff in Neonatal ICU. He trains Paediatricians, Anaesthesiologists & Medical Practitioners in the field of Neonatal & Paediatric Ventilation; Pre-Registered House Officers in Paediatric Advanced Life Support; and nurses in Neonatal Critical Care Nursing. He is also an Organiser for International Conference in Neonatal & Paediatric Critical Care, and an international speaker for the ‘World Congress on Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care’ organised by World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies, Geneva.
Ram runs free service like Neuro-Rehabilitation for paralysed patients and free care to sick old persons in homes. He also cares for sick babies and children with life long complications and respiratory problems.
His vision in bringing all African countries together and to extend his service to other limited countries as he believes that all critically ill babies, infants and children of the world deserve safe level care; this is how the Neonatal & Paediatric Intensive Care Foundation has been founded to offer support through education and training and help in the development of Critical care services in countries with limited resources.
Since 2011, He is on call 24 hours daily for neonatal emergencies for five regional Hospitals. He attends critically ill babies when paediatricians cannot manage or is a difficult case.
Ram also involves in international transport and transfer of critically ill children to India when complexed surgery cannot be performed in Mauritius. These international transfers are done with limited resources through commercial flights.