A Review on Neonatal Intensive Care UnitsAuthor(s): Fanos Vassilios
Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) are specialized medical facilities that provide round-the-clock care for critically ill new-borns. These infants require close monitoring and specialized medical attention due to their delicate health conditions. NICUs are equipped with advanced medical equipment and a team of experienced neonatal specialists to provide the best possible care for these infants. NICUs are generally equipped to care for premature babies, infants with congenital birth defects, or babies who require surgical intervention. Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) are specialized medical facilities designed to provide intensive care to new-born infants who are critically ill, premature, or require close monitoring due to medical or surgical conditions. NICUs are equipped with advanced medical technologies and skilled healthcare professionals who specialize in the care of new-born infants. The primary goal of NICUs is to provide the highest level of care to the most vulnerable and fragile patients. The specialized care provided in NICUs includes respiratory support, nutrition management, infection control, and monitoring of vital signs. NICUs also provide a range of diagnostic and therapeutic interventions, such as radiology, ultrasound, and surgery.