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Neonatal Care

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BEST NEONATAL CARE HOSPITAL IN INDIA

Babies born before time have to face their own set of challenges to survive. Thus, they need intensive care for the healthy growth and development.

At Cloudnine, we celebrate all the early arrivals. Our Neonatal care services provide special care to the babies born early born before 37 weeks of pregnancy)., with low birth weight (less than 2.5Kgs) or have a medical condition such as heart problems, infections, or birth defects which requires specialized treatment. Our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit provides specialized medical, surgical and cardiology care to newborn babies. Our Neonatal Care Unit is equipped with latest technologies like a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (certified by the National Neonatology Forum as the highest level of intensive care), GE Giraffe incubators, ventilation, HFOV and Nitric Oxide etc. All these advanced technologies and experienced care from our Intensive care specialists make us the best NICU hospital in India.

Our neonatologists guide you with important information essential for nursing the baby. With the highly advanced Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, our team of experts aims at providing high standard of care and overall development for the newborns.

When at Cloudnine, you can assure yourself that your baby is in the best possible hands.

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Meet Our specialists

Our Specialists are only the Best and Most Experienced Doctors in India who ensure that you are truly on Cloudnine with your birthing experience.
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Dr Mohit Singhal

Dr Mohit Singhal

M.B.B.S. M.D. Pediatrics, (DNB Neonatology)
Neonatologist & Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
Neonatal Care
Intensive Care
90
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Bengaluru
Whitefield
Dr. Ankur Rajvanshi

Dr. Ankur Rajvanshi

MD (Pediatrics) Fellowship in Neonatology FIPPN (Australia)
Neonatologist & Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
Neonatal Care
Intensive Care
104
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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
Neonatal Care
Intensive Care
118
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Bengaluru
Whitefield
Dr. Prashanth Kumar S

Dr. Prashanth Kumar S

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH), DNB - Paediatrics, Fellowship in Perinatal Medicine
Neonatologist & Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
Neonatal Care
Intensive Care
134
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Bengaluru
HRBR layout Sahakarnagar
Dr. Sanjay Wazir

Dr. Sanjay Wazir

MBBS
Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
Neonatal Care
141
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Gurugram
Sector 47 Sector 14
Dr Gopal Agrawal

Dr Gopal Agrawal

MBBS, MD (Pediatrics), DM (Neonatology)
Pediatrician & Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
Neonatal Care
Intensive Care
142
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Gurugram
Sector 14
Dr Mohd Aamir

Dr Mohd Aamir

MBBS,MD (Pediatrics, Fellowship Neonatology) NNF INDIA, FELLOWSHIP NEONATOLOGY RCPCH UK, LONDON
Pediatrician & Neonatologist
Neonatal Care
Pediatric Care
144
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Gurugram
Sector 14
Dr. Praveen Kumar S

Dr. Praveen Kumar S

MBBS, MD - Fellowship in Emergency Medicine
Pediatrics
Pediatric Care
Intensive Care
Neonatal Care
146
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Bengaluru
Whitefield
Dr. Arvind Balakrishna Kasaragod

Dr. Arvind Balakrishna Kasaragod

Fellow American Academy of Pediatrics , MBBS , MRCPCH(UK), MBA Pead.
Pediatrics
Pediatric Care
Intensive Care
Neonatal Care
148
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Bengaluru
HRBR Layout
Dr Srividya Krishnamoorthy

Dr Srividya Krishnamoorthy

MBBS, DCH (UK), MRCPCH (UK)
Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
Neonatal Care
Intensive Care
160
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Bengaluru
Whitefield
Dr. Sujith K R

Dr. Sujith K R

MBBS, DNB, Fellowship in Perinatal Medicine(RGUHS)
Pediatrician & Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
Neonatal Care
Intensive Care
162
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Bengaluru
HRBR Layout
Dr. Arjun S K

Dr. Arjun S K

MBBS, MD, Fellowship in Neonatology
Pediatrician & Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
Neonatal Care
Intensive Care
212
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Bengaluru
Kanakpura Road
Dr. Nilesh Rao

Dr. Nilesh Rao

MBBS,MD,Fellowship in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
Pediatrician & Neonatologist
Neonatal Care
Pediatric Care
Intensive Care
213
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Bengaluru
Kanakpura Road
Dr. Prasanna Muniyappa

Dr. Prasanna Muniyappa

MBBS, MD, DNB, MRCPCH (UK), FRCPCH(UK)
Neonatologist and Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
Neonatal Care
Intensive Care
214
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Bengaluru
Malleshwaram
Dr. D Malathi Raja

Dr. D Malathi Raja

MBBS, DNB (Paediatrics)
Paediatrician & Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
Neonatal Care
Intensive Care
225
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Bengaluru
Old Airport Road
Dr. Prakash Desai

Dr. Prakash Desai

MBBS, MRCPCH (UK), DCH (UK), CCT
Pediatrician & Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
Neonatal Care
Intensive Care
228
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Bengaluru
Malleswaram
Dr. Deepti T Nair

Dr. Deepti T Nair

MBBS, MD, DNB
Paediatrics And Neonatology
Pediatric Care
Neonatal Care
Intensive Care
236
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Bengaluru
Bellandur
Dr. Bindu P

Dr. Bindu P

MBBS, MD, FIPM, DCH
Paediatrician & Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
Neonatal Care
Intensive Care
242
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Bengaluru
Malleshwaram
Dr. Rahul Shamrao Zanje

Dr. Rahul Shamrao Zanje

MBBS, DCH
Paediatrics, Neonatology
Pediatric Care
Neonatal Care
Intensive Care
252
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Pune
Kalyani Nagar
Dr. Leena Srivastava

Dr. Leena Srivastava

MBBS,DCH, PGD-DN (Developmental Neurology), Fellowship in Pediatric Neurology, IAP Hon Fellowship in Early Intervention & Childhood Disability
Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics
Pediatric Care
Intensive Care
Neonatal Care
264
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Pune
Shivaji Nagar
Neonatal Care
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What our customers are saying

New parents, blessed with a baby-girl thank Dr Amir and the entire team of Cloudnine hospital for their exceptional NICU service and supportive nature throughout the delivery and post-delivery period.

Mrs. Swastikha Lal

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Happy parents Kavitha and Ajith show their gratitude to Cloudnine's Dr. Arvind Shenoi for his excellent medical expertise and supportive nature. They are thankful to Dr. Arvind for his guidance.

Mrs. Kavitha & Mr. Ajith

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Dhivya and Ashis have been blessed with a second Cloudnine baby under Dr. Arvind Shenoi's careful guidance and supervision. They are extremely grateful to team Cloudnine and Dr. Arvind Shenoi.

Mrs. Divya & Mr. Ashish

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Our baby was born at approximately 26 weeks and was admitted to the NICU for around 45 days. They ensured that only the relevant person was allowed and they assured us.

Mrs. Anjana and Mr. Shyamsundar Iyer

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We were consulting Dr. Praveena Shenoi for the past 4 months. My delivery was done by Dr. Modhulika Bhattacharya and we wanted to have a pleasant experience at the hospital. During delivery, when our baby was in ICU, the support given by the team was excellent. Our overall duration stay was very pleasant. We are happy we could find Cloudnine as a partner in getting a new member of our family. Thank you!

Mrs. Manisha and Mr. Varun

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Videos by our doctors

Transient Tachypnea of the newborn - Dr. V Prakash
Transient tachypnea is a breathing disorder seen shortly after delivery in full-term or late preterm babies. Watch the video to know more!
Newborns & NICU - Dr. V. Prakash
Will a newborn with breathing problems be treated in NICU? Know what our expert, Dr. V Prakash, has to say about this special care.
What is RDS in newborns - Dr. V. Prakash
RDS or Respiratory Distress Syndrome is a breathing disorder in newborns caused due to immature lungs. Watch the video to know more.
Do premature infants have breathing problems - Dr. V Prakash
Do premature infants have breathing problems? Find out more by watching this video by Dr. V Prakash, T Nagar, Chennai. For more information, visit cloudninecare.com.
How does Neonatal Jaundice present itself? - Dr. Kishore Kumar
This video is about how Neonatal Jaundice presents itself, by Dr. Kishore Kumar, Jayanagar, Bengaluru, Cloudnine Hospitals. For more information, visit cloudninecare.com
Benefits of Newborn Screening - Dr. Kishore Kumar
Newborn screening saves lives. If a baby has any cardiovascular problem or biochemical deficiencies which cannot be picked up by a regular clinical screening, it could be fatal. Hence it is crucial to screen newborns at birth to detect any irregularities early and treat them. For more information, visit cloudninecare.com
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Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

Why does my baby need neonatal treatment?
For several factors, we admit babies into neonatal care. The essential explanations for the admission of a baby are: Born prematurely. They have low birth weight(less than 2.5Kgs). They have a particular medical condition that needs hospital care.
What is premature birth?
A premature baby would be called a baby that is born before 37 weeks of pregnancy. For various stages of premature birth, the neonatal team has different terms. To speak about your baby being born early, they can even use the word ‘preterm.’
How are medical problems treated in the neonatal unit?
Neonatal units treat a variety of medical problems. This may include issues discovered before your baby was born. There may be disorders in your family or where your baby has grown oddly or distinctly in the womb. If they were born early or were born at these terms, your baby needs this treatment. The staff can give you details about your kid’s medical condition, but you can ask them if you ever want to know more. They will be pleased to address any questions you may have.
What are the special services Cloudnine provides?
We equip our Neonatal Care Unit with the latest technologies, such as a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (certified as the highest level of intensive care by the National Neonatology Forum), GE Giraffe incubators, ventilation, HFOV, nitric oxide. All this advanced technology and skilled care from our Intensive Care experts make us India’s best NICU hospital.
In the NICU, how can I bond with my baby?
Our NICU has “parenting hours” for almost 24 hours. We encourage parents to engage as much as possible in regular baby care, skin-to-skin bonding, and breastfeeding in their baby’s care.
When will my baby go home from the NICU?
This is one of the most significant query parents ask the staff of the Neonatal ICU. Planning for the discharge of your baby starts upon admission. We want to make you feel secure with your baby’s treatment. We’ll help you understand both routine baby care and any advanced care your baby may need. Most parents ask us for an exact date for the homecoming. Unfortunately, every baby is developing at its rate, and a discharge date is hard to predict.
What check-ups is my baby going to need?
You will have appointments with your child’s primary care provider and, likely, appointments with other specialists. We will give a list of upcoming appointments or phone numbers for you to call and arrange appointments, if necessary. This curriculum will measure muscle strength, growth and help families learn how to help their children grow and develop.
Other than the parents of the baby, who can visit the NICU?
Family and friends, with permission from the parents of the kid, are welcome. At the baby’s bedside, we allow only two visitors at a time, and one visitor must be a parent. If they are safe, siblings over the age of 12 can visit the baby. We allow no visitors under the age of 12.
Does the NICU have security?
Cloudnine has the best security in NICU. In the Labor and Delivery room, Neonatal ICU and Post-Partum units all have secure access areas with 24-hour camera monitoring and child safety equipment for our patient security.
Why is my baby safe in Cloudnine?
With essential information for nursing the baby, our neonatologists direct you. Our team of experts wants to provide a high quality of treatment and overall growth for newborns with the technologically specialized Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. It would be best if you told yourself while you’re at Cloudnine that your child is in the best possible hands.

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