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PRK Hospitals has a dedicated team of Neonatologists who are skilled to treat newborn infants, premature newborns, and babies with low birth weight. Our skilled and equipped team of Neonatologists is equipped with the latest technologies to render baby care of newborn and pre-mature babies with the support of Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU). Our dedicated team at PRK Hospitals aims to deliver contemporary care, conducting constant research and enhancing the skills to diagnose and treat a wide variety of medical conditions in Neonatology.

What is Neonatology?

Neonatology is a branch of the medical that deals with newborn intensive care units. The certified people who can manage the newborn intensive care are called Neonatologists. They generally provide services like diagnosis and treatment for breathing disorders, infections, birth defects, etc. Our Neonatologists are trained to handle the most complex and high-risk situations with 100 percent care.

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    Neonatologists have special training required to evaluate the problems in newborns and treat them properly. These neonatologists take care of newborn babies who are born before their bodies are formed. Neonatologists are passionate and genuine, willing to work long hours to take care of newborn babies. Patience is the main qualification of neonatologists to show sensitivity toward the little patients.


    These days as premature baby births are growing rapidly there is a lot of importance to Neonatologists. There is a difference between Neonatologists and Pediatricians. Neonatologists handle the special health needs of newborns and pediatricians are qualified doctors who can handle baby’s medical care including complex and high-risk situations.


    Procedures we follow at PRK Hospitals management include the following:


    1. Resuscitation
    2. CPAP ventilation
    3. Invasive Ventilation with pulmonary graphic display
    4. Blood and Blood product transfusion
    5. Exchange transfusion
    6. Umbilical venous and arterial line catheterization
    7. Percutaneous central venous line insertion
    8. Peripheral arterial line catheterization
    9. Intercostal chest drain insertion
    10. Suprapubic Bladder aspiration
    11. Bone marrow aspiration
    12. Lumbar puncture
    13. Total Parenteral Nutrition preparation and infusion
    14. Neonatal Ultrasound imaging
    15. Echocardiography
    16. Peritoneal Dialysis
    Frequently Asked Questions
    What are the most common childhood diseases?

    Infectious diseases like flu, gastroenteritis, hand foot mouth diseases, malaria, chickenpox, dengue Congenital anomalies and syndromes Allergic diseases and asthma Neonatal jaundice Prematurity Neonatal sepsis Metabolic disorders Surgical illness Nutritional deficiency disorder Developmental and behavioral problems Congenital heart disease Injuries and poisoning

    Yes, our PRK Hospital; believes in taking all measures to keep mother and child close. We encourage frequent visits of the parents to the NICU and spend some time with the baby.

    The paediatrician is a physician who is specially trained in concerned with the health, nutrition, welfare, development, and diseases of children, adolescents, and young adults. A neonatologist is a physician practicing neonatology who initially receives training as a pediatrician and then completes additional training in neonatology.

    Paediatrics is the speciality of medical science dealing with the physical, mental and social health of infants, children and adolescents from birth to young adulthood (up to 18yrs of age). Neonatology is the sub-speciality of paediatrics that consists of newborn infants’ medical care, especially the ill or premature newborn.

    Dr. Devyani Singhi
    - MBBS. DNB ( Paediatrics)

    Dr Sandeep Khambhampati
    - MBBS, MD, DM Cardiology
    Dr Sandeep Khambhampati
    - MBBS, MD, DM Cardiology