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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

All expectant parents hope that their babies will be healthy. Yet sometimes problems arise that require a newborn to be admitted to the NICU for treatment. Being born prematurely, having a difficult delivery or antenatal concerns are all reasons a baby may be admitted to the NICU.

It is always stressful when a baby is unexpectedly admitted to the NICU. The length of a baby’s stay on the NICU varies depending on each individual baby’s needs.

We aim to support the family throughout their baby's stay and encourage parents to become involved in their baby's care. The doctors, nurses, and other caregivers in the unit will do their best to provide emotional support for parents while caring for their infant's medical needs.

Neonatal intensive care unit for the new born babies who need special care .Every unit is well equipped with cardiac monitor, central oxygen suction. Warmer for new born babies to maintain
their optimal body temperature.

Phototherapy

Often, premature infants or those who have infections have jaundice (common newborn condition in which the skin and whites of the eyesturn yellow) . Phototherapy is used to help get rid of the bilirubin that causes jaundice. The infants might lie on a special light therapy blanket and have lights attached to their beds or isolettes. Usually, they only need phototherapy for a few days.

Infant warmers

These are beds with radiant heaters over them. Parents can touch their babies in the warmers, but it's always a good idea to talk to the NICU staff about it at first, just in case. Isolettes: These are small beds enclosed by clear, hard plastic. The temperature of the isolette is controlled and closely monitored because premature infants frequently have difficulty maintaining their body temperature.

Monitors

Infants in the NICU are attached to monitors so the NICU staff are constantly aware of their vital signs. The single monitor (which picks up and displays all the necessary information in one place) is secured to the baby's body with chest leads, which are small painless stickers connected to wires. The chest leads can count the child's heart rate and breathing rate. A pulse oximetry machine (or pulse ox) may also display the baby's blood oxygen levels on the monitor A temperature probe, a coated wire adhered to the baby's skin with a patch, can track your baby's temperature and display it on the monitor.

New born Intensive care unit
New born baby Warmer & phototherapy
Bruan infusion pump to deliver occurate amount of IV fluids and drugs.
 
     

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