Pediatrics & Neonatology

At Aashka Hospital, we deal with a whole range of paediatric needs -from well babies who need vaccines to the sick one who need advanced and critical care.

Aashka Hospital Provides
  • Child friendly paediatric in-patient unit that features an enchanting
  • Playroom
  • Nutrition/Dietary counselling
  • Growth and development assessment
  • Adolescent care
  • Treatment of all paediatric infectious diseases
  • Early intervention and management of metabolic diseases in children
  • Paediatric emergency care 24X7
  • Preventive Health Services

Neonatology Department in Aashka Hospital promotes the health and well-being of the new born whether they need special observation, premature or critically ill babies.

Neonatology ICU (NICU) Team is trained and skilled to handle complex situations
  • Premature Infants
  • Respiratory Failure in new born
  • Complex Surgical Conditions
  • Antenatal Counselling – high risk baby
  • Critically ill Neonates
  • Low birth weight Infants
  • Perinatal Asphyxia
  • Sepsis & Sepic shock
  • Individualized Neuro developmental follow up
  • New born with Congenital Malformations
Neonatology ICU (NICU) is equipped with following facilities
  • 24X7 Neonatal Resuscitation
  • Advanced Warmer Unit
  • Neonatal Transport facility
  • CPAP:non-invasive Ventilation
  • High end Ventilators with ELBW
  • High frequency oscillatory ventilator
  • Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN)

The Experienced PICU team is exclusively trained in Paediatric Intensive Care and work closely with the Emergency team thus ensuring early critical care is provided during the “Golden period”. The PICU team is ably supported by other multi-specialty teams to provide care for critically ill children as well as post-operative children, including patients following cardiothoracic surgeries, neuro-surgical, urological and orthopaedic/multi-system trauma. The 4 bedded PICU is equipped with latest multimodal monitors which can monitor both non-invasive (heart rate, respiratory rate, ECG, BP, pulse oximetry, capnometry) and invasive monitoring lie arterial blood pressure, central venous pressure, abdominal pressure and other various parameters of patients.