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Best Hospital for Intensive Care in India (NICU/PICU)

At Cloudnine, we are thoroughly prepared to take on even the most complicated cases. In order to deliver truly reliable intensive care, we leverage the most advanced equipment and proven approaches to critical case management. Our centres are equipped with an Adult High Dependency Unit and a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, certified by the National Neonatology Forum as the highest level of intensive care.

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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. Arvind Shenoi

Dr. Arvind Shenoi

MBBS, MD(Pediatric), DM (Neonatology), Fellowship in Neonatal intensive care (Australia)
Senior Consultant Neonatologist & Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
2
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Bengaluru
Old Airport Road
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
15
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Bengaluru
Jayanagar
Dr. S.V Girish

Dr. S.V Girish

MBBS, MRCPCH (UK)
Senior Consultant Neonatologist & Paediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
16
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Bengaluru
Jayanagar
Dr. Nandini Nagar

Dr. Nandini Nagar

MBBS(Bangalore), DCH(Mangalore), DNB(Paed), Fellowship in NICU(Australia)
Senior Consultant Neonatologist & Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
17
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Bengaluru
Jayanagar
Dr. Lakshmy Menon

Dr. Lakshmy Menon

MBBS, DNB, MD
Consultant Neonatologist & Paediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
18
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Bengaluru
Jayanagar Bellandur
Dr. Padmanjali K S

Dr. Padmanjali K S

MBBS, DCH, MRCPCH (UK), Fellowship Paed. Emergency (Australia)
Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
19
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Bengaluru
Jayanagar
Dr. Anand Alladi

Dr. Anand Alladi

MBBS, MS (Gen Surgery), MCH (Paed Surgery)
Pediatric Surgeon
Pediatric Care
NICU
29
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Bengaluru
Jayanagar Bellandur Kanakpura Road
Dr. Vykunta Raju K. N.

Dr. Vykunta Raju K. N.

MBBS, DCH, DNB, MNAMS in Paed., PGD-DN, DM (Neuro.)
Pediatric Neurologist
Pediatric Care
NICU
42
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Bengaluru
Jayanagar
Dr. Mahesh Hiranandani

Dr. Mahesh Hiranandani

MBBS,MD (PGI)
Head, Department of Pediatrics
Pediatric Care
NICU
46
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Chandigarh
Industrial Area Phase II
Dr. Sudhanshu Grover

Dr. Sudhanshu Grover

MBBS, MD in Pediatrics, DM in Neonatology
Neonatologist, Paediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
47
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Chandigarh
Industrial Area Phase II
Dr. Neeraj Goya

Dr. Neeraj Goya

MBBS, MD
Pediatrics
Pediatric Care
NICU
48
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Chandigarh
Industrial Area Phase II
Dr. Nirmal Hansdak

Dr. Nirmal Hansdak

MBBS,MD (pediatrics)
Pediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
49
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Chandigarh
Industrial Area Phase II
Dr. Umesh Vaidya

Dr. Umesh Vaidya

MBBS, DNB, MD
Paediatrician, Neontology
Pediatric Care
NICU
53
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Pune
SB Road
Dr. Alok Kumar Dwivedi

Dr. Alok Kumar Dwivedi

MD,MRCPCH(London),MBBS
Neonatologist & Paediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
61
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Noida
Sector 51
Dr. Vinay H Joshi

Dr. Vinay H Joshi

MBBS, MD, DM (NEONATOLOGY),FELLOWSHIP IN NICU,UNSW,(AUSTRALIA)
Neonatalogist & Pediatrician
NICU
Pediatric Care
61
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Mumbai
Malad
Dr. Amit Jayasingrao Nigade

Dr. Amit Jayasingrao Nigade

MBBS, FCPS(Child Health), MD (Peadiatrics), Clinical Fellowship in Neontaology & Perinatology
Paediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
67
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Pune
Kalyani Nagar
Dr. Piyush Jain

Dr. Piyush Jain

MBBS, MD - Pediatrics, DM - Neonatology
Paediatrician & Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
NICU
68
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Mumbai
Vashi
Dr. Syed Tajamul

Dr. Syed Tajamul

MD, DCH Australia, DNB (Peds) FIN (NNS) FRSPH (London)
Senior Consultant Neonatologist & Paediatrician
Pediatric Care
NICU
74
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Bengaluru
Bellandur
Dr. Piyush Sureshkumar Shah

Dr. Piyush Sureshkumar Shah

MBBS, MRCPCH, DCH. Master's In Neonatology (Australia).
Paediatrics & Neonatology
Pediatric Care
NICU
75
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Mumbai
Malad
Dr. Manish Ramteke

Dr. Manish Ramteke

MBBS, MS - Pediatric, Fellowship in Neonatology
Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
NICU
82
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Mumbai
Vashi
NICU
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Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

What is an intensive care unit?
An intensive care unit (ICU) is a specially designated hospital section where patients with severe illness or injury are kept. It is also called a critical care unit. A team of professionals delivers treatment who also track the patient around the clock and treat him or her. ICU personnel are specially equipped to use several advanced medical equipment to better track and treat the patients.
What is the difference between emergency medicine and Intensive care?
The long-term treatment of people who have a disease that affects their lives is carried out in intensive care whereas short-term care of such patients happens in emergency medicine. Doctors and nurses recover patients in the emergency room and then transport them for further treatment to the intensive care unit (ICU) or another hospital section.
What kind of medical treatment takes place in the ICU?
Patients are severely sick in the ICU. They are also connected to many monitors that allow healthcare professionals to track their vital signs on a minute-to-minute basis. Patients also have intravenous tubes (IVs) in their arms and legs so that drugs and fluids can be pumped straight into their veins. A tube is also put inside the body to remove and collect urine. Equipment such as breathing machines or dialysis machines are also connected to life support machines.
What does Cloudnine offer?
Cloudnine centers are configured with an Adult High Dependency Unit and a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, certified as the highest intensive care level by the National Neonatology Forum.
Is it possible to visit a member of my family or a friend who is in the ICU?
Yes, Family members can visit. It is essential to be part of the healing process for the family. The involvement of loved ones will encourage the patient. Privacy is maintained, noise and infections are managed. Also, there is a time limit as the patient needs time to rest. Sleep is also very necessary.
In the ICU, what kinds of medical problems are treated?
We treat patients in the ICU for several reasons. Shock, respiratory failure, and sepsis are the most common ones.
What does shock mean?
Shock is a situation in which vital organs don’t get enough oxygen because of low blood pressure. Many medical conditions, such as heart attacks, significant blood loss, severe trauma, or sepsis, can cause shock.
What is respiratory failure?
Respiratory failure results in dangerously low levels of oxygen or dangerously high levels of a waste gas called carbon dioxide. Lung conditions like pneumonia, emphysema, or smoke inhalation may result in respiratory failure. Diseases affecting the nerves and muscles that regulate breathing, such as drug and alcohol overdoses, can also cause respiratory failure.
When in the ICU, why should a patient be restrained?
Sometimes, disease or accident causes disorientation, confusion, or agitation in patients. We must be worried about protection when this happens. You may find restraints on the hands, ankles, or elsewhere of a patient. This ensures that patients do not pull on the equipment such as IV lines or tubes, or attempt to get out of bed while they are too sick to walk alone.

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