Paediatric Cardiology Faculty
Dr. Sean Del-rossi Quadros
Consultant Paediatric Cardiologist and Senior Instructor
Dr. Sean Del-rossi graduated with an MD degree from Saint Petersburg State Medical Academy in Russia, where he received the Scholar of the year award in 2006, followed by a Mmed degree in Paediatrics and Child Health from Aga Khan University, Nairobi, Kenya. He later pursued a specialised fellowship training in Paediatric Clinical and Interventional Cardiology at Madras Medical Mission, Chennai, India.
He is trained in various key cardiac diagnostic imaging including Fetal, transthoracic and transesophageal 2D/3D echocardiography, cardiac CT and MRI. His key interests are in the development of a paediatric cardiac unit that focuses on diagnosis and management of Congenital Heart Diseases, both surgical and interventional, as well as the prevention of Acquired Heart Diseases especially Rheumatic Heart Disease in children and young women with a focus on the development of a Congenital Heart Disease registry in Kenya.
Dr. Sean Del-rossi is a member of the Kenya Pediatric Association (KPA), Kenya Cardiac Society (KCS), the Paediatric Cardiac Society of India (PCSI) and is also a registered Course Director and senior instructor for the European Paediatric Life Support (EPLS).
Dr. Sean Del-rossi runs a specialised pediatric cardiac clinic twice weekly on Tuesday and Friday and consults with in-patients on a daily basis. He works with the adult cardiac team regarding all adult patients diagnosed with structural heart defects.
Hospital Acquired Malnutrition in children at a tertiary care hospital (Published in South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition, May 2017)
Pre-albumin as a marker of predicting weight loss in children (Published in South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Dec 2017)
Coronary sinus atrial septal defect without persistent left superior vena cava: Three-dimensional imaging of a rare defect (Published in Annals of Pediatric Cardiology, Dec 2017).
Pulmonary artery to left atrial fistula; Haemodynamic changes traced from fetus to infancy till its interventional closure (Published in Cardiology in the Young, January 2018).