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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. 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
Dr. Tanushri Mukherjee

Dr. Tanushri Mukherjee

MBBS, Post Graduate Diploma in Pediatrics, DNB - Paediatrics, Fellowship in Neonatology
Paediatrician & Neonatologist
Pediatric Care
NICU
89
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Mumbai
Malad
NICU
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It was the night of 23rd September 2021.26th week was going on. When Bhumi started feeling mild pains. We ignored it assuming it was cramps and baby kicking inside but slowly the intensity increased it seemed like she was going into labour. We rushed her to the hospital, and she was medicated to relax the uterus but destiny had other things in mind for us. We prayed for healthy babies at week 32 but our time had come, 24th September Bhumi bravely faced the pains and the contractions in the induction ward, Dr.Datar checked her and informed us that she has gone into labour but required C-Section delivery since it was high-risk pregnancy and babies were extreme premature. We were worried and confused since she was in labour whether to go for normal delivery or C Section, but then we had many queries about the health of babies and mother Ultrasound showed the babies at average weight of 800 grams. Then walked in the Hero of the Story. The Saviour. The Warrior. The Angel. Dr. PIYUSH SHAH. He calmly and patiently explained us each and everything and answered all our queries satisfactorily. He said at 26 weeks and 800 grams we have a good chance of survival. We decided for C Delivery. Prayers had started for us since long back Dr. Piyush first time gave his trademark reply "Fingers Crossed". Later in the night she was prepped for the LSCS Operation. We prayed a lot that whole day and then at night around 10.15 pm she was taken inside the OT...We met Dr. Tanushree for the first time just before the operation where she briefed us about few things. Our first Miracle Baby arrived at 11.07 pm Doctor exclaimed "it's a Girl" at 840 grams...I heard the cry and my heart started beating, as the baby was very tiny, she was immediately transferred to the NICU. The Indian Cricket Team may have 5 different coaches but that day I had team of more than 10 -12 personnel to bring our babies in this world, Dhaval got a chance to get a glimpse of the babies, then it was second baby at 11.08 pm "it's a boy" at 780 grams and then at 11.10 pm "it's a girl" at 740 grams, our 3 babies had arrived prematurely but ready to fight, survive, and win the battle. A big thanks to Dr. Piyush for playing the Jain Stotra, Bhaktamar Stotra and Navkar Mahamantra at time of delivery in the Operation Theatre truly obliged to him for that and it was also played 24*7 in the NICU for their whole stay, it was one and first of the many deeds he did for us and many more were to come. The babies were shifted to NICU and they were so tiny that 1 square foot of cloth was sufficient to cover them. That day 24th Night, Dr Piyush and the Team was there with our kids till 4 am and next day he was back at 7 am, he was looking after our kids and we were sleeping peacefully. It was the start of our Roller Coaster Journey of 57 Days which will be etched in our hearts forever. We would daily visit the kids, ups and downs started in the initial days, 2-3 days after admitting in NICU there were issues with the closure of small hole in the heart which was later cured in around 10 days, and slowly their feed and weight started increasing. They were on ventilator (incubated) till 8 days and then on NIV for 7 days and then on CPap for next 30 days. Initially feed was provided through tube inserted through the abdomen and later through the mouth. Dr. Piyush was very supportive and inspiring for Bhumi to give her milk for the kids which boosted their immunity. First time we were informed that one of the kid required blood and plasma, we were very frightened but then later explained that it is normal and not to be worried about. As slowly weight started increasing, we cheered for our babies when they crossed small-small milestones of 1 kg, 1.5 kg, 10ml ,15 ml, 20 ml feeds. We saw our fighter babies pass through each obstacle from Ventilator to NIV to CPap to Free Flow to Normal breathing. Every day they were creating new memories and hopes for us. From the critical care area to normal area to ready for discharge area. It was a tremendous feat for which Dr. Piyush had said that Bhumi is like the Queen of the Chess Game and everything was in her hands . These words were very motivating whenever we were tensed, upset or any ups and downs, he and Dr. Tanushree too motivated us always to stay positive which was very helpful for us. 2-3 times our children were given blood transfusion to maintain the haemoglobin levels. One of our baby was diagnosed with a small blood patch in the brain during the head scan but it was a minor issue and resolved on its own. Then came the day when Bhumi first time took the baby in her hands for KMC it was the day which made her a complete as a mother.it was a satisfying moment for her to hug the child, talk to them, give her warmth, love and all the affection, she truly enjoyed those moments and the small kicking and holding acts done by the kids, later she started taking both the kids for KMC and almost was at the hospital for full day with the kids. She was given proper training of handling the babies by the very helpful NICU Team of sisters which helped her a lot and gave her the courage to confidently handle the babies. Later on the kids also underwent ROP (Eye Scan) and one of the baby had reached Stage 2 of ROP, again that time Dr Piyush told us not to worry unless I call you, the baby required Laser Treatment which was very well handled by Dr Rohit and NICU Team. After numerous x-rays, eye check-ups, blood reports, anti-biotics, sonography, medicines, breathing support our babies made it out of the NICU totally healthy, safe and sound, and there were tears of joy in our hands when we took babies in our hand. The surreal feeling cannot be described. The Nurse Team and the Mausi team took great care of our kids Day and Night. On our every visit to the NICU we had observed all sisters extremely alert, highly disciplined and professional in approach, they work untiringly for all the kids and took equal care of all the kids, hats-off to each one of them for and big thanks for everything. Today we understand when we are writing this feedback around 20 days after discharge when we are with the kids how much efforts go in this thing. The care team lead by Dr Piyush made it very easy for us for the future, trained us well to take care of such small, pre matured babies after discharge, to feed them, change nappies, giving meds through droppers each and every minute thing was conveyed to us. All the credit goes to Dr Piyush, Dr Tanushree, On Call Doctors Dr Farah, Dr Nidhi, Dr Kaustubh, Dr Deepa, Dr Ankush, The Nurse Army (the true caretakers of our babies) Neha Sister, Ashita S, Bincy S, Sonali S, Deepti S, Amala S, Nikita S, Elena S, Diksha S, Pooja S, Rashmi S, Ankita S, Gincy S and Josmi S. Also thanks to all the 3 mausi - Anu, Farzana and Shabnam for all their untiring services for the kids. Our family thanks them for everything and are truly obliged to them.

Mrs. Bhumi & Mr. Dhaval

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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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