Neonatal Intensive Care

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Neonatal Intensive Care

In our intensive care unit, there are separate visiting rules in these departments because of the lower body resistance compared to other patients. Our common goal is to provide the best treatment services for our patients in a healthy way from our hospital. Therefore, the rules were determined during the visit to protect our patients and prevent hospital infections. To help us and your patient, please be aware of the following.

Newborn Intensive Care unit will not be an obstacle to the functioning of the baby's mother and father are taken in to visit. Visitors are not allowed except parents.
Please note that an identity check will be made during the visit.
It is only the physician's authority to provide information about your patient, the other Intensive Care staff are not authorized to provide information. Please do not try to get information from them. You can get detailed information about your baby's health status from the responsible physician in the neonatal intensive care unit.
You will only be informed by your physician if there is an extra case.
Children under the age of 15 are not allowed to visit the patient. This is primarily necessary for their health.
Always disinfect hands with hand sanitizer at the entrance of the door before entering the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Use our protective equipment if necessary.
While Neonatal Intensive Care; Remove the ring and watch. Always wear aprons
Wash your hands at the beginning and end of the visit
During your visit, you will be informed by your nurse about issues such as taking care of your baby, milking and storing your milk.
In case of an unexpected or unexpected adverse event in the patient's follow-up, the patient is informed about the phone numbers that are left to their relatives and informed.
If the patient is referred to another department / branch / other institution, the relatives of the patients are informed and their consent is obtained.
The patient is contacted and informed about the patient when he / she enters the service.
Discharged family training is provided (by nurses during discharge).
The waiting area for the patient's relatives is the 4th floor corridor and the cafeteria on the lobby floor.

Neonatal Intensive Care Our visiting hours:
09.00 - 09.30 / / 15.00 to 15.30