INDIA'S TOP NEONATAL CARE - LEVEL III NICU
Sometimes, babies are born with a birth defect or illness that requires specialised care, or they may be born before the due date, giving them less time to develop in the womb. In that case, important organs like the baby’s heart, lungs, stomach or their metabolism may not be developed enough to function without special help. Although your paediatrician can solve most health problems of newborns, a Neonatologist is trained specifically to handle the most complex and high-risk situations.
What Is Neonatology?
Neonatology is a super speciality of Pa Our Neonatologists are also well-versed with the specialised equipment needed to administer care, and also maintain a state-of-the-art Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), staffed by qualified medical and nursing staff.
What Does a Neonatologist Do?
Cases, where your newborn is prematurely born or is faced with a serious illness, injury or a birth defect, require the attention of a Neonatologist. Apart from assisting with your baby’s care, a Neonatologist will also perform a complete evaluation and regularly monitor the health of your newborn. A Neonatologist will also conduct outpatient follow-ups of your baby, after discharge, to detect any potential problems that may arise. In cases where a problem has been diagnosed before your baby is born, Women and Newborn Hospital’s Neonatology department will, in addition to your consulting doctor, help with your baby’s care during pregnancy.
Who Needs To Be Admitted In A Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)?
An Apgar score, without additional medical support.
Infants with low Apgar score need specialised care in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
Babies born with congenital birth defects may also need care in the NICU. time after birth. Babies who develop neonatal jaundice would also need admission in NICU while they are treated for it. At Women and Newborn Hospital, our Level III NICU is fully equipped with state-of-the-art equipment including, monitoring devices, advanced ventilators, incubators and warmers. Our qualified medical and nursing staff, led by a Consultant Neonatologist, ensure that your newborn is taken care of and that you are kept informed about your baby’s progress.
When your newborn needs special care, we realise how stressful this can be to the family. At Women and Newborn Hospital, we try our best to ensure that our doctors constantly keep you informed of your baby’s progress. We provide a supportive environment for your family and encourage mothers’ to breastfeed their babies.