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Best Neonatal Hospital in Bangalore

Premature births are described in a variety of ways:

  • The term refers to a child who has been in the womb for at least 37 weeks (gestation)
  • Newborn born preterm is one conceived before 37 weeks of pregnancy.
  • A newborn delivered between 32 and 36 weeks is moderate to late preterm.
  • A newborn between 28 and 32 weeks gestation is considered very preterm.
  • A newborn delivered at or before 28 weeks of gestation is considered extremely preterm.

Babies born prematurely may have underdeveloped lungs, trouble controlling their body temperatures, poor eating habits and delayed weight gain. A medical team at the NICU promptly assesses their vital signs, level of consciousness and general health following birth. Cloudnine Bangalore, being the Best Neonatal Hospital in Bangalore, has a Level III NICU with an ecosystem tailored to provide critical life support, specialised care of infants born as early as 27 to 30 weeks, treatment for serious illnesses and full-spectrum respiratory support including high-frequency ventilation and advanced imaging.

What Happens in the Neonatal Period?

The newborn phase is a time of significant change. Many examinations and tests will be performed on your infant to check for common illnesses, hearing issues and other issues. In addition, they will get several immunizations. You could be required to choose a paediatrician at the NICU hospital in Bangalore. In this first week, bonding and feeding are the main priorities. In the second stage, eating and sleeping patterns fluctuate. Most infants will eat 16 to 24 ounces of breast milk during the third stage. At this stage, your baby's muscle control will start to develop. In the final step, when your baby's hearing and vision improve, they may respond to you more.

Best Newborn Hospital in Bangalore

Newborns require constant monitoring and care. Pregnancy and delivery are the most cherished gift for anyone. However, neonatal care requires trained and certified neonatalogists. We have several years of experience handling neonates and our innumerable experience helps to deal with complicated cases too. Cloudnine, the best neonatal care hospital in Bangalore, is equipped with all the modern tools, techniques and technologies and is run by highly specialised and trained medical professionals certified in their domain. We also have trained support staff who tirelessly ensure that the mother and infant receive the best post-delivery care. Here, we also encourage you to adhere to the newborn protocol which is listed below:

  • Immediate breastfeeding
  • Body warming
  • Birth cleaning process
  • The suitable temperature in the birth room
  • Ensuring bathing is delayed
  • Hygienic care
  • Prolonged skin-to-skin contact

The Department of Neonatology at Cloudnine has some of the best neonatologists in Bangalore. In addition, the department also has state-of-the-art stem cell extraction services and stem cell banking, which also fall under the umbrella of neonatal care.

Follow-up with the best neonatal hospital in Bangalore

When your newborn is out of the infant stage, you automatically start to hunt for the best paediatrician who will look after your child and would nourish them in a better way. You do not have to look far. The Department of Paediatrics at Cloudnine has some of the best child specialists in Bangalore and is more than adept at providing top services to you and your infant and toddler.

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Dr. R. Kishore Kumar

Dr. R. Kishore Kumar

MBBS, DCH(Mysore), MD (Paed. Gold Medallist), DCH (London), MRCP (Paed.), MRCPCH (UK), FRCPCH (UK), FRCPI, FRCP (Australia)
Senior Consultant Neonatologist & Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
1
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Bengaluru
Jayanagar
Dr. Prashanth Kumar S

Dr. Prashanth Kumar S

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH), DNB - Paediatrics, Fellowship in Perinatal Medicine
Neonatologist & Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
134
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Bengaluru
HRBR layout
Dr. Sujith K R

Dr. Sujith K R

MBBS, DNB, Fellowship in Perinatal Medicine(RGUHS) PGPN (Boston University), IPPN.
Pediatrician & Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
NICU
162
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Bengaluru
HRBR Layout
Dr. Lini Balakrishnan Nambiar

Dr. Lini Balakrishnan Nambiar

DCH, DNB - Pediatrics, Fellowship in Pediatric Intensive care
Pediatrician & Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
NICU
12
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Bengaluru
Sarjapur
Dr. D Malathi Raja

Dr. D Malathi Raja

MBBS, DNB (Paediatrics)
Paediatrician & Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
NICU
155
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Bengaluru
Old Airport Road
Dr. Eshwar Reddy Eluri

Dr. Eshwar Reddy Eluri

MBBS, MD(Pediatrics) Fellowship in Perinatal Medicine
Pediatrics & Neonatology
Pediatric Care
NICU
99999
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Bengaluru
HRBR Layout
Dr. Arvind Balakrishna Kasaragod

Dr. Arvind Balakrishna Kasaragod

Fellow American Academy of Pediatrics , MBBS , MRCPCH(UK), MBA Pead.
Pediatrics
Pediatric Care
NICU
148
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Bengaluru
HRBR Layout
Dr. Nandita Patwari

Dr. Nandita Patwari

MBBS (GMCH, ASSAM), MD PEDIATRICS (AMCH, ASSAM), Fellowship Neonatology(NNF), MNNF, MRCPCH (UK)
Pediatrician & Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
NICU
14
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Bengaluru
Sarjapur Road
Dr. Nilesh Rao

Dr. Nilesh Rao

MBBS,MD,Fellowship in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
Pediatrician & Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
NICU
183
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Bengaluru
Old Airport Road, Kanakapura Road
Dr. Amitoj Singh Chhinna

Dr. Amitoj Singh Chhinna

MBBS, MD
Pediatrics & Neonatology
Pediatric Care
NICU
197
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Bengaluru
Bellandur, Old Airport Road
Dr. Ujwal M V

Dr. Ujwal M V

MBBS,MD Pediatrics, Fellowship in Neonatology
Pediatrician and Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
NICU
239
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Bengaluru
Old Airport Road
Dr Mohit Singhal

Dr Mohit Singhal

MBBS, MD ( DNB Neonatalogy), Fellowship in PGPN Boston USA
Neonatologist & Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
174
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Bengaluru
Whitefield
Dr. Ankur Rajvanshi

Dr. Ankur Rajvanshi

MD (Pediatrics) Fellowship in Neonatology FIPPN (Australia)
Neonatologist & Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
188
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Bengaluru
Whitefield
Dr. Naveen R. B.

Dr. Naveen R. B.

M.B.B.S, D.C.H, Fellowship in Neonatology
Paediatrician and Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
NICU
216
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Bengaluru
Whitefield
Dr. Praveen Kumar S

Dr. Praveen Kumar S

MBBS, MD - Fellowship in Emergency Medicine
Pediatrics
Pediatric Care
NICU
244
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Bengaluru
Whitefield
Dr. Shashidhar Vishwanath

Dr. Shashidhar Vishwanath

MBBS, MRCPCH, Post grad DCH, FRCPCH, CCT (UK), PGPN (USA)
Neonatologist & Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
47
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Bengaluru
Sahakarnagar
Dr. O. S. Siva Prasad

Dr. O. S. Siva Prasad

MBBS, DNB (Pediatrics), Fellowship in Neonatology (FNNF)
Junior Consultant - Pediatrics & Neonatology
Pediatric Care
NICU
201
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Bengaluru
Sahakarnagar
Dr. Prasanna Muniyappa

Dr. Prasanna Muniyappa

MBBS, MD, DNB, MRCPCH (UK), FRCPCH(UK)
Neonatologist and Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
158
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Bengaluru
Malleshwaram
Dr. Prakash Desai

Dr. Prakash Desai

MBBS, MRCPCH (UK), DCH (UK), CCT
Pediatrician & Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
NICU
172
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Bengaluru
Malleshwaram
Dr. Bindu P

Dr. Bindu P

MBBS, MD, FIPM, DCH
Paediatrician & Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
NICU
200
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Bengaluru
Malleshwaram
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Videos by our doctors

World Prematurity Day 2023 I Dr. R Kishore Kumar
"World Prematurity Day, observed on November 17th annually, raises awareness about the challenges preterm babies and their families face. The day serves as a platform to unite individuals and organisations in advocating for improved care and prevention strategies for preterm infants"
What are causes of Neonatal Jaundice? I Dr. R Kishore Kumar
"Jaundice is caused by quite a few reasons in babies and the commonest reason what we call is the physiological jaundice which means that the jaundice happens in a normal newborn baby and there may not be any other reason than the baby being abnormal or liver being immature or they may be getting more blood from the mother. But sometimes we call it as a pathological jaundice, which means if the jaundice happens before 24 hours of age or if the jaundice is much more higher level, then it is called as a pathological jaundice. Then we have to investigate the baby"
What are possible complications of Neonatal Jaundice? I Dr. R Kishore Kumar
"Jaundice can cause problems if it is not treated. If the level of the jaundice goes very high then babies can get jaundice which can damage the brain. That is called kernicterus. Kernicterus cause jaundice to deposit in certain parts of the brain which can develop to babies causing deafness and babies developing upward gaze and mental retardation. So this is the preventable cause. If you treat the baby with high jaundice the babies should not have any of those problems"
Are investigations for Neonatal Jaundice mandatory? I Dr. R Kishore Kumar
"Jaundice does not necessarily need investigations. Most babies have what is called as physiological jaundice. Normally what we do is we check the jaundice for the babies at 36 to 48 hours of age because all babies get jaundice. The reason we test at 36 to 48 hours is it gives a predictive value whether the baby needs treatment or not. Based on that you will assess of the baby needing treatment and also at the same time we do a blood group of the baby. So that determine the blood group incompatibility with the mother and the baby. So in that case we do those basic investigations for babies. If the jaundice becomes pathological, then obviously we need to rule out all other causes like urine infections, G6PD deficiency, thyroid and various other problem. So the routine normal baby jaundice does not necessarily need major investigations"
What is Neonatal Jaundice? I Dr. R Kishore Kumar
"Neonatal jaundice refers to the jaundice in newborn babies which a lot of babies gets. Jaundice comes in the neonatal life because of different reasons compared to the jaundice that occurs in later life. It is limited to babies in the first month of life"
What is Newborn Screening & its importance? I Dr. R Kishore Kumar
"Newborn screening is screening of all newborns which may not be obvious looking at the babies. So screening has been done in most countries for the last 50 years. The reason is all reasons are examined physically. Sometimes biochemically and enzymatically babies may or may not be normal or something may not be distinguished by just a physical examination. That is called screening. So screening will help in detecting babies with biochemical or cardiovascular or enzymatic deficiencies which may not be obvious clinically"