Child health care is of utmost importance. It is essential that problems faced by infants, children, and adolescents come to light, and are detected in their early stages. At OMNI, we strive to recreate a family-centric environment, as a means to ease their suffering. With the support of the best paediatricians in Vizag, we make sure that your child is in the safest hands and ensure professional-level healthcare from our well-qualified experts. Consult the best child and infant specialist in Vizag.
Paediatric surgery is a subspecialty of surgery involving the surgery of fetuses, infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
Many paediatric surgeons practice at children’s hospitals. Subspecialties of paediatric surgery itself include neonatal surgery and fetal surgery.
Other areas of surgery also have paediatric specialities of their own that require further training during the residencies and in a fellowship:
The Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at OMNI RK is the best in Andhra Pradesh in terms of design, medical infrastructure, equipment and quality of care. This 30 bedded NICU has world-class warmers, ventilators, phototherapy units and other equipment. It has separate cubicles for inborn, outborn and septic babies. What sets the NICU apart is the fact that it offers facilities which very few health care centres in India are equipped with.
Dr K. Seshagiri, the best neonatologist in Vizag who has done his DM Neonatology from the prestigious PGIMER, Chandigarh, is the first Neonatologist of Visakhapatnam and has more than 10 years of post DM experience and is Chief Neonatologist of our Department of Neonatology. Survival rates in our NICU are more than 90% because of strict asepsis protocols by trained Nurses, good infrastructure and dedicated registrars of our department.
Especially for gynaecologists who are planning premature deliveries because of maternal and fetal indications and high-risk cases, they can shift the mothers to our hospital admit under their care and utilize our facilities (in utero transfer), because it is very difficult to shift the sick preterm babies safely.
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