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After the delivery, the mother stays in the same room with her newborn as much as possible, learns how to care for and feed the baby, if necessary, calling a paediatric nurse who is available 24 hours a day.
If you have any concerns about your baby’s well-being, a neonatologist is also available 24 hours a day.
At the Mother and Baby Care Unit, each new-born certainly receives such care:
In case of need (risk factors or clinical manifestations of a possible problem) the neonatologist prescribes clinical analyses, ultrasound or X-ray examinations, as well as treatment. The mother is kept informed about all the aspects of the baby’s health, the projected tactics of the action and the potential forecast.
If the new-born's health is good, the new-born along with the mother is discharged from the Mother and Baby Care Unit to go home. If the new-born needs a more prolonged treatment and medical supervision, then after the first week of life the baby is transported to the Children's Clinical University Hospital for further examination or treatment.