Access to special newborn intensive care: An evidence from King George hospital, Visakhapatnam district
Appala Naidu Pappala
This study aimed to determine the prevalence of use and access to special newborn intensive care services for the last three years. It is an observational study at King George Hospital, a tertiary hospital in Visakhapatnam district. Data highlighted that the concepts of neonatal advanced life support and kangaroo mother care, maternal morbidity, maternal and neonatal mortality and newborn intensive care are applied to admission how the use can be improved by modern health services. Intensive care refers to a specialized treatment given to patients who are acutely unwell and require critical medical care. Findings of the study indicate that the newborn advanced life support to the BPL families after admission is desirable, continuity of maternal and child health care is considered and improved by better mutual adjustment of the frontline care providers involved.
Appala Naidu Pappala. Access to special newborn intensive care: An evidence from King George hospital, Visakhapatnam district. International Journal of Academic Research and Development, Volume 5, Issue 5, 2020, Pages 50-54