Neonatal-Intensive Care Units

Session 22: Neonatal-Intensive Care Units

The neonatal intensive care unit is a particular section of the hospital where newborn newborns who require intensive medical care are frequently placed (NICU). The NICU is equipped with cutting-edge equipment and skilled medical staff to provide specialized treatment for the smallest children. Babies who are not as unwell but still require specialized nursing care may also get care in Neonatal-Intensive Care Units. Babies must be transferred to another hospital since some facilities lack the staff to staff a NICU. Infants that require critical care do better when born in a facility with a NICU than when they are transferred after birth. The NICU will need to provide care for certain newborn infants. For any parent, having an ill or preterm baby might be unexpected.

  • Neonatal-Intensive Care Units Condition
  • NICU Advanced Services
  • NICU Technology Dependent
  • NICU Resource Dependent 

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