RS Bunda Group
The NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) and PICU (Pediatric Intensive Care Unit) rooms are intensive care rooms for infants (up to 28 days of age) and children who require special treatment and care to prevent and treat vital organ failure.
The NICU at RSIA Bunda Jakarta annually treats 250-300 sufferers every year. This unit takes care of high-risk infants with severe disorders and complications. The maximum capacity of the NICU room is seven beds, and it has received many referrals from other hospitals. The NICU service at RSIA Bunda Jakarta has a NICU transport team consisting of NICU nurses and doctors who, in some cases, can also transport patients.
Most of the babies treated are respiratory disorders, premature, congenital abnormalities, and many more. Prematurity is the second most common case obtained in NICU care at RSIA Bunda Jakarta. The most negligible weight of premature babies who have been successfully treated is a 26-week old baby weighing 870 grams.
The NICU is useful for intensive newborn observation:
1. Getting oxygen therapy
2. Getting intravenous therapy
3. Feeding by tools
The medical services provided by the NICU of RSIA Bunda Jakarta are level I, II and III care which consists of treatment with mechanical ventilation (ventilator), exchange transfusion, care for premature babies, treatment of surgical cases and congenital abnormalities, music therapy and care for other at-risk babies.
While the PICU room at RSIA Bunda Jakarta is an intensive service for children who need special care. Children who should be admitted to the PICU are those who experience:
Acute respiratory problems