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Dr. Radhanath Satpathy

Before working for AIPH Dr. R. Satpathy was Head of Pediatrics, Ispat general Hospital for 27 years. He has passed MBBS and DCH from VIMSAR (formerly VSS Med, College, Burla) in 1970 and 1975 respectively. This multi-specialty Hospital has 525 beds, a Pediatric and neonatal unit. From early period of work to office practice the area of interest included social pediatrics, epidemiology and field research in medicine. In association with NIH, UNICEF, BPNI and some overseas university large field research has been conducted from 2002 to 2014 and results have been published in many international journals. The Rourkela site office at IGH is responsible for conducting field studies and is managed by Dr. R. Satpathy.

Positions and honors:

Positions and Employment

  • 2007-Head of social Pediatrics and Minority health, Asian Institute of Public Health, Bhubaneswar

  • 1979-2007-Head of Pediatrics and Neonatology, Ispat General Hospital, Rourkela

  • Professional Memberships and works

  • Life member- Indian Academy of Pediatrics

  • Life Member-breastfeeding Promotion Network of India and State Coordinator

  • Life Member-Indian Association of Occupational Health

  • Life Member-Indian Institute of Public Administration

  • Life Member of Pediatric Infectious diseases, an IAP Subspecialty

  • Life member Adolescent Health Academy, an IAP Subspecialty

  • Member of Bio-safety committee of National Institute of Technology (2017-18)

  • Life member, State council for Child welfare, Odisha

  • Trainer in Infant and young child feeding

  • 1985-Awarded Fellowship of Indian Academy of Pediatrics (FIAP)- Training on Ultrasound at All India Institute of Medical Science.


Role in International /National Organizations and research association

  • Site Investigator-Global Network Project-2002-2013, NIH, Neonatal Sepsis in Indian Children

  • Principal Investigator-ICMR Project on” Role of Artether in childhood Malaria"

  • Principal Investigator-Incidence of Breastfeeding in the State of Orissa-Unic

  • Best Paper Award- Indian Academy of Pediatrics-Orissa Chapter-5 Years

  • Reviewer for Bulletin of World Health Organization- 2007


  • Satpathy. R, Das D.B.; Accidental poisoning in childhood. J Indian Med. Asso, 1979, 73:190-194.

  • Satpathy. R, Das D.B.; Aplasia of radius. Indian Paediatrics,1980, 17;202.

  • Satpathy. R, Das D.B.; Bhuyan B.K.; Congenital lobar ephysema. Indian Paediatrics, 1982, 19:874-877.

  • Jaiswal K.J,Satpathy. R, Dutta. D.K., and Singhdeo. R; Sacoma of the bladder. Indian J Radiol.1978,32; 257-258.

  • Satpathy. R;Pani K.P; Singhdeo R; Hepatoblastoma in children; Indian Paediatrics, 1980,17:637

  • Satpathy. R; Das D.B; Bhuyan B.K; Tuberculous rheumatism, Indian Paediatrics,1981,18-131-132.

  • Satpathy. R; Neonatal poliomyelitis, In recent trends in medical virology, Chan YG, 1988, p,158.

  • Satpathy. R, Das D.B; Pant K.C; Sulochana K.S; Sarangi J.S; Foetalhydantoni syndrome, J Indian Medical Association, 1990,88:168-169.

  • Das B.S, Das D.B; Satpathy. R; N, Patnaik J.K and Bose T.K; Riboflavin deficiency and severity of malaria. Europ. J Clin. Nutr, 1988,42:277-283.

  • Das B.S, Thurnham DI, Patnaik JK, Das D.B, Satpathy. R; Bose T. K; Increased plasma lipid peroxidation in riboflavin deficient malaria infected children.Am J clin Nutr.1990,51:859-63.

  • Satpathy. R; Das DB, Bhuyan B. K, Pant K.C and Sulochana S; Secular trends in birth weight in an industrial hospital in India. Annals of Trop Paed.1990,1:21-25.

  • Satpathy. R; Das D.B, Nanda N.C; Abstract from ongoing Research Causes of failure of breastfeeding in early infancy (Infants below 4 months of age)-Glimpses, Vol-12, no-4, Jul-Aug 1990; pg-4.

  • Satpathy. R; Das D. B, Nanda N.C, Patnaik J. K, Mishra S. K and Das B. S; Complications of IM Quinine Injections; 2 Case reports. Indian Journal of Malariology, Vol-30,1993,pg 45-49.

  • Satpathy. R, Das D. B, Iyer R. V, Nanda N.C, Sulochana S, Saha A. K,Naik M. Incidence of Hepatities B surface antigen positivity in pregnant women- a hospital study.Abstract of the 8th Asian Cong. Of Paed.New Delhi-1994. Editor P Choudhary et al; pg 168 & Orissa J Paed,1994,1;4-7

  • Mishra S.K, Satpathy S.K, Satpathy. R; and Nanda N.C; Myoglobuneuric renal failure following rabdomyolysis, J. Assoc. Physicians India 1994;42; 911-2

  • Mishra S.K, Satpathy S.K and Satpathy. R; Myoglobeneuric verses rabdomyolyticARFJ,Assoc,Physicians India 1995;43-305-6.

  • Satpathy. R; Das D.B and Nanda N.C; Knowledge of Anganwadi workers about Breastfeeding, Indian Paediat.1995;32;933

  • Satpathy. R; Nanda N.C; Green coconut water (GCW) Letter to the Editor, Jour of. Asso of Phy, India 1998.

  • Satpathy. R; Ratho S; From general hospital to baby-friendly hospital, World Health Forum (WHO) 1998; 19 433-34

  • R. Satpathy. R, & Mishra S.K, The alarming “gender gap” Bulletin of the World Health Organization (WHO) 78;1373 2000

  • Rath PK, Nanda NC, Das U, Saha A, Rath PN, Ratho S & Satpathy R; Platelets, it’s diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic role in DHF/DSS in children. Indian Jour. Of Hematology and Blood Transfusion; 18,13 2000

  • Das B.S, Nanda N.K, Rath P.K, Satpathy. R, Das D.B. Anemia in acute, Plamodium Falciparum malaria in children in children from Orissa state, India, Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 1999;93 No-2,109 118.

  • Misra S. K., Satpathy. R; - Physicians` attitude about prescribing and knowledge of     costs of common medications. Arch. Intern. Med.2001. 161,10.-

  • Satpathy. R; Nanda NC, Pant KC, Rath PK &Rath P., Unusual Bony crisis in a child     with sickle cell disease. Orissa journal of paediatrics.2001. 

  • Satpathy R (BPNI Publication) How industry undermines breastfeeding: 29: Fruit of Labor (2003). BPNI ,Pitampura ,Delhi

  • Satpathy R; Arch Dis Child - Fetal Neonatal Ed published online September 20, 2005; This Article. Abstract; Full text; PDF; Services. Email this link to a friend;fn.bmjjournals.com/content/90/3/F220.abstract

  • Satpathy, R., Nanda, P., Nanda, N. C., Bal, H. B., Mohanty, R., Mishra, A., ... & Panigrahi, P. (2016). Challenges in Implementation of the ANISA Protocol at the Odisha Site in India. The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, 35(5), S74-S78.

  • Panigrahi, P., Chandel, D. S., Hansen, N. I., Sharma, N., Kandefer, S., Parida, S., ... & Chaudhry, R. (2017). Neonatal sepsis in rural India: timing, microbiology and antibiotic resistance in a population-based prospective study in the community setting. Journal of Perinatology, 37(8), 911-921.

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