Treatments in Neonatology & NICU

With 5% to 10% of babies needing intensive care, it is critical to have a family support group. In this video, Dr. William Engle—neonatologist at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health—talks about how that group helps parents and guides nurses, pediatricians, and respiratory care clinicians to help babies get better. The neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) provides comprehensive services (e.g., mechanical breathing devices, special medications, innovation treatments) and collaborates with colleagues nationwide to provide the best diagnoses and treatments for patients.

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Treatments in Neonatology & NICU

With 5% to 10% of babies needing intensive care, it is critical to have a family support group. In this video, Dr. William Engle—neonatologist at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health—talks about how that group helps parents and guides nurses, pediatricians, and respiratory care clinicians to help babies get better. The neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) provides comprehensive services (e.g., mechanical breathing devices, special medications, innovation treatments) and collaborates with colleagues nationwide to provide the best diagnoses and treatments for patients.

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