Department of pediatrics provides specialized attention and care to the patient. Family centered care for children from birth to teenage in a friendly atmosphere. The department is manned by experienced professionals dedicated in bringing up children healthy. All type of pediatric cases are managed here.
Neonatology offers comprehensive neonatal diagnostic and treatment facilities for critically ill newborns. It also is a multidisciplinary research unit, dedicated to providing the highest quality care for all newborns, ranging from healthy neonates to sick or premature newborns requiring close observation or intensive care.
NICU (newborn intensive care unit) is one of our coveted commitments to helping and caring for new life. Not only do we employ the latest in medicine and technology, we use the caring touch to give infants in our charge the best care possible.
Geetanjali hospital is proud to be able to offer world-class neonatal care right here, parents can visit more frequently and stay closer to their child. This opportunity to participate in the care of their infant not only helps with the bonding process, but also gives parents a greater sense of control over the care of their infant. Outstanding and highly committed experts trained in specialized infant care are available 24 hours, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year to treat babies requiring care in our NICU. These neonatologists work closely with your baby’s doctor, supported by pediatric specialists in cardiology and gastroenterology, and also referral specialists if needed. Our NICU interdisciplinary team includes neonatologists; neonatal nurses, dieticians and pharmacists. We also have a transport team at the ready that facilitates speedy transfer to higher level of intensive care, if needed.
Treatment of new born babies with the following problems
Signs of Dehydration for Baby
If your baby is vomiting (not just spitting up small amounts of milk) or has diarrhea, you should watch carefully for these signs that he might be dehydrated:
A asthma tip: Keep a clean house
Almost every asthmatic child has a strong reaction to dust, and simply keeping household dust to a minimum can immediately improve your child’s asthma. While keeping your house clean, it is also worth considering removing anything that can easily collect dust – carpet is much harder to keep dust-free than floorboards or tiles; piles of soft toys and knick-knacks are great dust collectors; seasonal clothing (jumpers, scarves, jackets) can become very dusty in the off-season. Using a quality vacuum cleaner with a HEPA filter will help, as will ensuring all family members take their shoes off at the front door to leave dust and dirt outside where it belongs. Dusting regularly with microfiber cloths which you throw in the washing machine is probably a better idea than spraying plenty of cleaning products around the house and adding to the respiratory loads inside the house.