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Extreme Prematurity Treatment in Coimbatore

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When is the immediate treatment for extreme prematurity needed?

Premature birth treatment is necessary if the baby is born before or at the 37th week of pregnancy. Preterm care is necessary to address breathing problems, heart problems, blood problems, and problems of the immune system. The baby requires special care in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit by neonatologists and expert nursing staff.

How is extreme prematurity diagnosed?

Around 84 percent of preterm infants are born between the 32nd and 36th weeks of pregnancy. The baby born before or atthe 28th week of pregnancy is an 'extremely preterm infant'. A neonatologist may consider multiple tests to assess thecondition of the baby. Some of these tests may be necessary to detect potential complications. These may include bloodtests, heart rate monitoring, fluid input and output, ECG, and an ultrasound scan.

Treatment options for extreme prematurity

Preterm care involves round-the-clock monitoring and appraisal of health parameters at a neonatalintensive care unit (NICU). The exclusive care options are:

Our Department’s Experience

Our Department of Neonatology has treated over 20,000+ preterm babies with extreme prematurity over the last 46 years.Our highly experienced Neonatologists will ensure your precious child receives the Best extreme prematurity treatment in Coimbatore.

Why Choose Sri Ramakrishna Hospital?

 

Over 46+ Years of
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Best-in-Class MedicalInfrastructure All UnderOne Roof

Highly Experienced
Neonatologists

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Our Doctors and their Experience

Our highly experienced Neonatologists have immense experience in providing the bestextreme prematurity treatment in Coimbatore.

Dr. Siddartha Buddhavarapu is a Consultant Neonatologist of the Department of Neonatology at Sri Ramakrishna Hospital. He has over 13 years of experience and is an expert in treating extreme preterm babies, (as small as 24 weeks) complete surgical & Cardiac conditions.

Dr. SIDDARTHA BUDDHAVARAPU
Consultant Neonatologist &HOD MD (Paed),Fellowship in Neonatal PerinatalMedicine Universityof Calgary,Canada

Dr. Suja Mariam is a Consultant Neonatologist of the Department of Neonatology at Sri Ramakrishna Hospital. She has over 10 years of experience and has an expertise in managing extreme preterm neonates upto 23 weeks of gestation.

Dr. SUJA MARIAM
Consultant Neonatologist MD (Paed),DM (Neonatology)

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • An absence of round features that are common in full-term babies
  • Low-fat storage
  • Low body temperature
  • Absence of sucking reflexes
  • Difficulty in breathing
  • Greater head circumference
  • Small size

Important indicators of recovery are a steady gain in weight and breastfeeding. The preterm infant should breathe with no outside support and maintain normal body temperature. The baby can go home after assessing these parameters.

The presence of twins or a shorter interval between two deliveries can cause prematurity. IVF treatments, uterine problems, and lifestyle diseases like diabetes are few risk factors for premature birth. Lack of proper nutrition during pregnancy or infections of the reproductive system are also some of the risk factors.

A premature infant is more prone to suffering from chronic infections than a full-term baby. The baby may also have problems with development, hearing, or vision. Dental problems such as improper tooth alignment, delay in the eruption of teeth, and discoloration are common long-term complications in preterm babies.

Preventive measures may be possible if we know the risk factors. Administration of hormone or corticosteroid therapy during pregnancy in high-risk mothers may prevent preterm birth.

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