Neonatal care abroad provides the newborn infant with a comprehensive assessment and diagnostic service that helps to encourage positive health outcomes within the first 30 days of life. Parents can expect to receive safe care from a team of specialists, including neonatologists, nurses and nurse practitioners, respiratory therapists, and nurse aids. If the child has undergone specific intrauterine distresses, a specific team of specialists will be gathered to evaluate and treat the infant.
Neonatal care abroad is performed with several goals, including performing systemic evaluations to ensure a smooth transition from intrauterine to extrauterine development, encouraging mother infant bonding, and completing functionality assessments pertaining to normal and abnormal response systems within the body. Neonatal care also involves constant monitoring of the infants vital signs, metabolism, elimination patterns and sleep patterns.