Opening Time

Saturday – Friday 24/7

BACC Womens & Children Hospital

Call : + 01717-243915
Mail :
Address : 69/R Panthapath, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Neonatology Service

Key components of neonatology care services

  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
  • Premature Infant Care
  • Respiratory Support
  • Nutritional Management
  • Infection Prevention and Treatment
  • Jaundice Management
  • Cardiac Care
  • Parental Education and Support
  • Follow-up Care
  • Collaboration with Other Specialists etc
  • Neurological Care


BACC’s 18 bed Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) provides round-the-clock care to newborns and premature infants. Our modern, fully-equipped facilities include incubators, ventilators, as well as CPAP, phototherapy and exchange transfusion machines.

BACC’s Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) offers 24-hour staffing from highly experienced doctors and specially trained nurses, dedicated to neonatal care. Our staff is vigilant about maintaining the highest standards and our focus on infection control helps maintain an aseptic environment for our patients.

* Dedicated services of neonatologists around the clock
* Parents are welcome to spend time with their baby in the NICU whenever they desire
* Ambulance service for transportation
Exchange transfusion
1. Neonatal USG
2. Neonatal Echocardiography

Other facilities include:

  • Preterm and extreme low weight baby care management
  • Ventilator service
  • Bubble CPAP
  • Radiant Warmer
  • Phototherapy
  • Infusion Pump
  • Syringe Pump
  • Biliblanket
  • High flow and low 02 therapy
  • Total parental nutrition
  • Arterial blood gas analyzer
  • Newborn screening and follow-up
  • Vaccination facility

Neonatology is a specialized branch of pediatrics that focuses on the medical care of newborn infants, especially those who are born prematurely, have low birth weights, or have medical conditions requiring intensive medical attention. Neonatology services encompass a range of medical care, treatments, and interventions aimed at ensuring the well-being and healthy development of newborns. Here are some of the key neonatology services provide by this hospital:

  1. Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU): NICUs are specialized hospital units equipped with advanced medical technology and staffed by neonatologists and neonatal nurses. They provide care for newborns who require intensive medical attention due to premature birth, low birth weight, or medical complications.
  2. Premature Infant Care: Neonatology services focus on the unique needs of premature infants. This includes providing respiratory support, monitoring for potential complications like respiratory distress syndrome, and managing nutritional needs to promote growth and development.
  3. Respiratory Support: Many premature infants have underdeveloped lungs, requiring various forms of respiratory support. This may involve mechanical ventilation, continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), or high-flow nasal cannula therapy.
  4. Nutritional Management: Neonatologists monitor and manage the nutritional needs of newborns, especially those with medical conditions that affect feeding and digestion. This involve specialized feeding techniques, parenteral nutrition (intravenous nutrition), and monitoring growth.
  5. Infection Prevention and Treatment: Newborns are particularly vulnerable to infections. Neonatologists closely monitor for signs of infection and administer appropriate treatments, including antibiotics when necessary.
  6. Jaundice Management: Jaundice is common in newborns and can sometimes require treatment. Neonatologists oversee the monitoring and treatment of jaundice with phototherapy exchange transfusion to prevent complications.
  7. Cardiac Care: Neonatal cardiac issues are addressed, including the diagnosis and management of congenital heart defects with echocardiography by expert paediatric cardiologist as well as monitoring and treatment for newborns with heart-related conditions.
  8. Developmental Support: Neonatology services often involve promoting optimal developmental outcomes for premature infants. This includes providing an environment that supports sensory development and implementing developmental care practices.
  9. Follow-up Care: Neonatology services often extend beyond the NICU. We provide follow-up care for infants after they leave the hospital to ensure their ongoing health and development.
  10. Collaboration with Other Specialists: Neonatologists collaborate with various medical specialists, including pediatric surgeons, geneticists, radiologists, and others, to ensure comprehensive care for newborns with complex medical needs.

Neonatology services are essential for ensuring the well-being and healthy development of newborns who require specialized medical care. These services play a crucial role in increasing the chances of positive outcomes for premature infants and those with medical complications during the newborn period.

BACC Hospital

69/R, Panthapath (Opposite Bashundhara City Complex), Bangladesh , Dhaka, Bangladesh

Service Hours

24/7 Emergency.  24/7 Pharmacy.