"I’m one in ten, born weeks Premature"
On the occasion of World Prematurity Day on 17th. November, Royale Hayat Hospital (RHH) – Neonatal Unit - organized an awareness campaign under the slogan “I’m one in ten,,, Born Weeks Premature.” The Campaign aims to shed light on premature babies’ issues for the Hospital’s clients and all other parents in the society on how to deal with premature babies and the specialty of the case.
Commenting, Dr. Samuel Ibhanesebhor, Consultant in Neonatal Medicine Head of Neonatal Unit & Newborn Nursery, said that the Neonatal unit in the Hospital is now a member in Vermont Oxford Network, which is a Worldwide community of practice for improving the quality, safety and value of care for newborns and their families, assuring that the relevant practice in Unit is based on Vermont oxford Network International benchmarked standards of Neonatal care.
He said that the Neonatal Unit in RHH is equipped with the latest necessary technologies like the sound ear monitor to detect the intensity of noise in the Unit and reduce it for the rest of babies, a monitor for observing the vital signs like heart rate, breathing and oxygenation, photo therapy to treat neonatal jaundice, continuous positive airway pressure machine, blood gas machine, and X-Ray machine, in addition to the Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) for the observation and management of compromised newborns.
“In our Neonatal Unit in RHH, we have some of the best renowned consultants and experts in neonatal medicine like DR. Ashok Z Mathews and Dr. Chikkanayakanahalli Manjunatha,” he added.
He concluded pointing out that the Campaign involves varied messages, photos, and premature relevant videos which will be posted in all the digital media of the Hospital, stressing that RHH pays due care for social responsibility and works hard to do whatever it takes for the best possible awareness and health guidance for the society.
It is worth noting that Royale Hayat Hospital is a renowned private hospital which provides level III Neonatal Intensive care service based on international standards, guidelines and clinical governance”