NEONATOLOGY

TINY CARE WITH BIG HEARTS

NEONATOLOGY

TINY CARE WITH BIG HEARTS

World-class Level 3 NICU

At Sagar Chandramma, our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is equipped with the cutting-edge medical equipment and advanced facilities to provide uninterrupted care for the newborn child. A dedicated team of medical personnel including Senior Consultants, Junior Consultants, Registrars and Neonatal nurses are available around the clock to ensure the highest standard of care.

Our Level 3 NICU can look after the smallest, most premature and most unwell babies and Sagar Chandramma is the only hospital that has these facilities for miles around. Therapy like prolonged mechanical ventilation, therapeutic hypothermia, neonatal surgery and inhaled nitric oxide are provided in Level 3 Units.

Neonatal Experts

The department is managed by highly qualified and reputed team of Senior Neonatal Consultants with a vast experience of handling numerous neonatal cases, along with an elite team of specialists in sub specialties which include Paediatric Surgery, Paediatric Cardiology, Paediatric Hematology, Paediatric Endocrinology, Paediatric Ophthalmology, Paediatric Neurology.

Our NICU also includes the services of clinical dieticians, pharmacists and physiotherapists who are specially trained in Neonatal Care.

Our physicians, nurses & allied medical care professionals who work in the NICU have extensive knowledge, skill, expertise & experience to quickly assess and treat the neonates so that the newborns can achieve a higher rate of recovery from a critical illness or an injury that requires special care.

Admission to NICU

WHEN IS A NEONATE LIKELY TO BE ADMITTED TO THE NICU?

The earlier in pregnancy a baby is born, the greater the likelihood he or she will require special care in their early days. A premature baby (born before 37 weeks, but after 24 weeks of gestation) is more likely to need the services of a NICU and would need to stay in the hospital longer than most full-term babies.

Neonates that have had a stressful birth during delivery or show signs of a health issue in the first few days of life are also most likely admitted for observation in the NICU to assess a proper regimen of medical care.

To enhance care for your precious little one in the NICU, as soon as your neonate is strong and able enough, we encourage parents to participate in providing comfort care for the neonate. Our staff will help you learn how to care for the unique needs of your baby and assist you with kangaroo care, breastfeeding, nappy changing, etc., in the NICU’s annexe.

World-class Level 3 NICU

At Sagar Chandramma, our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is equipped with the cutting-edge medical equipment and advanced facilities to provide uninterrupted care for the newborn child. A dedicated team of medical personnel including Senior Consultants, Junior Consultants, Registrars and Neonatal nurses are available around the clock to ensure the highest standard of care.

Our Level 3 NICU can look after the smallest, most premature and most unwell babies and Sagar Chandramma is the only hospital that has these facilities for miles around. Therapy like prolonged mechanical ventilation, therapeutic hypothermia, neonatal surgery and inhaled nitric oxide are provided in Level 3 Units.

Neonatal Experts

The department is managed by highly qualified and reputed team of Senior Neonatal Consultants with a vast experience of handling numerous neonatal cases, along with an elite team of specialists in sub specialties which include Paediatric Surgery, Paediatric Cardiology, Paediatric Hematology, Paediatric Endocrinology, Paediatric Ophthalmology, Paediatric Neurology.

Our NICU also includes the services of clinical dieticians, pharmacists and physiotherapists who are specially trained in Neonatal Care.

Our physicians, nurses & allied medical care professionals who work in the NICU have extensive knowledge, skill, expertise & experience to quickly assess and treat the neonates so that the newborns can achieve a higher rate of recovery from a critical illness or an injury that requires special care.

Admission to NICU

WHEN IS A NEONATE LIKELY TO BE ADMITTED TO THE NICU?

The earlier in pregnancy a baby is born, the greater the likelihood he or she will require special care in their early days. A premature baby (born before 37 weeks, but after 24 weeks of gestation) is more likely to need the services of a NICU and would need to stay in the hospital longer than most full-term babies.

Neonates that have had a stressful birth during delivery or show signs of a health issue in the first few days of life are also most likely admitted for observation in the NICU to assess a proper regimen of medical care.

To enhance care for your precious little one in the NICU, as soon as your neonate is strong and able enough, we encourage parents to participate in providing comfort care for the neonate. Our staff will help you learn how to care for the unique needs of your baby and assist you with kangaroo care, breastfeeding, nappy changing, etc., in the NICU’s annexe.

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