Centre for Mother and children Care
MOM & TOT is a unit under PRK Hospitals dedicated specially to mother and children care. We detected a need for comprehensive care to both mother and children with the team of best in town doctors and Technology to provide the smooth transition of events during the crucial and important phases of your life hence MOM & TOT at your service with all the tertiary care facilities.
We believe that a woman takes a role of nurturer all her life. With advent of new technology our belief is to provide her more comfort in every phase of her life. One such phase is Pregnancy, with our natural inclination towards the normal deliveries, we do understand the need of expertise help during crucia/high risk cases where a mother or a child might face certain issues during or after pregnancy.
Our Obstetricians follow evidence based medicine, for the overall wellbeing of the mother and babies before, during, and after delivery. We also have eminent laparoscopic gynaecologists doing all the major surgeries i.e hysterectomy, myomectomy, ovarian cystectomy. Our Gynecologists treat all the diseases of female reproductive and urinary systems across all age groups.
Women Care specialities
>> Conventional Gynaecology
>> Foetal Medicine and Antenatal Care
>> High-risk Obstetrics
>> Labour Management
>> OPD Services and Day Care Services
>> Minimal Access Surgery such as Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy
Right from being a tiny tot to adolescence Our goal is to provide comprehensive pediatric health care for your tot all under one roof. To serve to the best of our abilities and provide qualitative care aiding to your child’s health is our mission.
The PICU and NICU Unit is managed by a highly qualified and skilled team of consultants who are available round the clock on rotation basis to ensure highest standards of care are given. The unit is also staffed with well trained, skilled and experienced nurses. They form the backbone of our services.
Our physicians, nurses and allied medical care professionals who work in PICU have extensive knowledge, skill, expertise, experience and judgment to quickly assess and treat patients so these children can achieve the best outcomes possible from critical illness or injury that requires special care. State-of-the-art facility and use of advanced technologies provide support for speedy recovery.
- All the ICU’s are provided with special air handling units and HEPA filters to maintain bacteria free air circulation.
- Infection Control team is actively involved in continuous training for health care providers in infection control practices.
- All the ICU’s are equipped with state of the art gadgets for point of care monitoring and management of sick children.
NICU: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
NICU stands for Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and is an area of the hospital that specializes solely in the treatment of newborns.
Neonatal = Newborn The NICU combines advanced technology with trained health care professionals to provide specialized care for the tiniest patients. Most babies admitted to the NICU are:
- Premature (born before 37 weeks of pregnancy).
- Have low birth weight (less than 5.5 pounds).
- Have a medical condition that requires special care.
Babies with medical conditions such as heart problems, infections or birth defects also are cared for in the NICU.
NICUs may also have intermediate or continuing care areas for babies who are not as sick but do need specialized nursing care.
PICU: Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Pediatric = Children
The PICU is the section of the hospital that provides sick children with the highest level of medical care. What makes the PICU different from other parts of the hospital is that this area allows intensive nursing care and continuous monitoring of things like heart rate, breathing and blood pressure.
Any child who is seriously ill, needs intensive care and whose medical needs can’t be met on the hospital’s main medical floors goes to the PICU, such as :
- Severe breathing problems from asthma.
- Serious infections.
- Certain heart conditions.
- Some complications of diabetes.
Some kids may have been stable enough to initially be cared for on the medical center’s medical-surgical floors, but may be transferred to the PICU if they become more acutely ill.
Following major surgery, many children are cared for in the PICU for several days.