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Neonatology

Dedicated to the specialized care of premature and term infants with congenital or perinatally acquired pathologies; it also has a prenatal consultation service linked to the gynaecology teams. In this way, parents can contact paediatricians before the birth of the baby, in the event of a pathology detected prenatally.

The unit can meet the needs of premature babies from 28 weeks of gestation, establishing the recovery plan and the most appropriate individualized treatment.

It has four incubators for intensive cures and eight incubators/cradle for intermediate cures for a total of twelve neonatal care areas.

The unit has state-of-the-art ventilatory devices or ventilatory support with state-of-the-art technology, as well as the most advanced pharmacological support, including specialized medications and parenteral nutrition.

The family is considered essential in the welfare, care and development of the new-born, which is why the OPEN DOORS regime is promoted (parents can be in the unit as long as they want).

Stay in the neonatology unit

The Neonatology Unit is located on the 7th floor of Corachan 1. Babies who are in this unit need silence and comfort. For this reason, the neonatology service has its own rules and schedules.

Only parents are allowed in the unit.

When entering the service:

  • Do not wear jewellery.
  • Wash your hands up to the elbows twice before entering.
  • Put on the gown. Change your gown every day.
  • Bring your hair back as much as possible.
  • If you suffer from a viral process, please inform us before entering.
  • Use of mobile phones is not allowed.

The schedule for information on the progress of each patient is from 1 to 2 pm. Information can also be received outside of these hours whenever special situations arise.

Parents' can enter whenever they want.

The schedule for breastfeeding, so that mothers who want to breastfeed their children can be organized is: 7 - 10 am – 1 - 4 pm - 7 - 10 pm - 1 am - 4 am - 7 am

The schedule of visits through the glass window, for all the companions, is from 12:30 pm to 1:00 pm and from 6:30 pm to 7 pm.

If you want to pierce your baby’s ear, tell the midwife during your stay in the delivery room. For reasons of sterility, only the earrings provided by the clinic will be placed. This service is not covered by any insurance company.

Information brochure (PDF)

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