Advance Neonatal Critical Care

Advance Neonatal Critical Care provides specialized medical care for premature and critically ill infants. Our multidisciplinary team utilizes cutting-edge technology, including incubators, high-frequency ventilators, and neonatal imaging, to ensure the best outcomes. We emphasize family-centered care, involving parents in the treatment process and offering comprehensive support. Our commitment to excellence is reflected in continuous education, innovative research, and rigorous quality improvement, ensuring every newborn receives optimal care and the best start in life.

Neonatal Hemodynamic Care for Extremely Premature Babies

Neonatal hemodynamic care focuses on managing the cardiovascular health of extremely premature babies. This involves monitoring blood pressure, heart function, and blood flow using advanced technology. The goal is to ensure adequate oxygen and nutrient delivery to vital organs, supporting the baby's growth and development during critical early stages. Expert neonatal care teams work meticulously to stabilize and improve the hemodynamic status of these vulnerable infants, enhancing their chances for a healthy future.

Critical Care for Babies with Hemodynamic Decompensation

Critical care for babies experiencing shock or hemodynamic decompensation focuses on stabilizing their cardiovascular system. This involves continuous monitoring, medication to support heart function, and interventions to ensure adequate blood flow and oxygenation. Specialized teams work around the clock to address underlying causes, such as infection or congenital heart defects, using advanced equipment and techniques to save these vulnerable lives.

Neonatal and Paediatric ECMO:

Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) is a life-saving technology for critically ill neonates and children with severe heart or lung failure. ECMO temporarily takes over the function of the heart and lungs, providing oxygen to the blood and removing carbon dioxide. It allows the organs to rest and heal, improving survival rates in conditions like congenital diaphragmatic hernia, sepsis, and respiratory distress syndrome. With advanced monitoring and specialized care, ECMO offers hope and improved outcomes for the youngest and most vulnerable patients.