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Our highly trained neonatologists aim to provide the best possible care for babies requiring intensive care and monitoring after birth. Our team coordinates with pediatric intensive care specialists to provide a high-end approach. Our NICU offers family-centered care for critically ill newborns with complex, critical care needs. It is also equipped with the most high-tech and up-to-date assisted ventilation, neonatal surgery, neonatal cardiovascular surgery, phototherapy, nitric oxide therapy, subspecialty diagnosis, consultation, and treatment for complex congenital anomalies. Our NICU also cares for infants requiring more complex therapies, such as extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) and hypothermia.
We work round the clock to give the best services to neonates and bring back joy to their families. We have 24/7 neonatologists available to deliver high-risk deliveries. We have ambulance facilities to transport sick neonates and provide pre and post-operative care. Our NICU is well-equipped with the latest Incubators, Monitors, Oxygen saturation monitors, etc., to provide care to babies with precision.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between neonatologists and pediatricians?
A paediatrician is a doctor who treats children for a variety of diseases on a regular basis. The primary focus of neonatologists is on the health of newborns and the factors that influence their survival and growth.
What medical treatment do premature babies need?
Your premature infant will be taken care of 24*7 in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) or special care nursery. Medical treatment for a premature baby includes:
- Temperature-controlled bed
- Monitoring the temperature, blood pressure, heart and breathing rates
- Special feedings of breast milk or formula
- Proper medications and other treatment for complications
What is a neonatal ventilator?
Preterm and critically ill newborns who are suffering from respiratory failure and have low-compliance lungs, tiny tidal volumes, high airway resistance, and high respiratory rates can benefit from neonatal intensive care ventilators.
What are the common problems in newborns?
The most common problem in a newborn baby are:
- Bloated belly
- Noisy breathing
- Nappy rash
- Gas pain
Why is childhood nutrition important?
Nutrition is crucial at any age. Your children require sufficient nutrition to stay healthy and strong as they grow up. Children's nutrition can also help provide the groundwork for healthy eating habits and nutritional knowledge that your child can use throughout his or her life.
What is the most common infectious disease in childhood?
Common childhood diseases are:
- Common cold
- Ear infections
What are the problems of premature babies?
Premature babies may have long-term health problems, and in some cases may necessitate hospitalisation. Infections, asthma, and feeding issues are all likely to develop or worsen. Sick babies are especially vulnerable to sudden infant death syndrome.
Can IUGR babies be normal?
When a kid in the womb does not grow as expected, this is known as IUGR (intrauterine growth restriction). Only one-third of all babies have IGUR, which is a highly rare condition. The baby's treatment will be determined by the month of pregnancy and the baby's health.
What are the most common respiratory diseases in children?
The most common respiratory disease in children can be influenza, common cold, asthma, sinusitis and pneumonia. The most common lung infection that may affect preterm babies is bronchopulmonary dysplasia.
What is a pediatric ventilator?
Preterm and severely unwell children who require entire or partial assistance to maintain adequate ventilation can benefit from neonatal/pediatric intensive care ventilators.
What does a general Paediatrician do?
Pediatricians are doctors who specialise in the treatment of medical conditions that affect newborns, children, and teenagers. Their responsibility is to keep track of a child's growth, prevent issues, and identify various illnesses.