Perinatology wards are wards for newborn babies (o-1 month-year-old) with less than ideal but non-critical conditions that require medical observation. Our perinatology wards are well-equipped with facilities needed by babies, newborn babies with high risk, babies with congenital disease, and baby with other conditions. Our perinatology wards are designed to save newborn babies' lives and increase their quality of life.
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) is an intensive care unit for children aged one month to 18 years old with critical conditions. What we define as critical conditions are life-threatening conditions if left untreated, such as life-threatening asthma, severe dehydration, severe bleeding, sepsis, multi-organ failures, intoxication, meningitis, and other conditions. Other cases where PICU are needed are for babies or children who have gone through a high-risk surgery.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is an intensive care unit for newborn babies with critical conditions such as severe congenital defects (imperfect organ formation), severe breathing problems, low birth weight, severe infections, premature babies, severe dehydration, or severe bleeding. Our NICUs are allocated for life-threatening conditions for a newborn baby aged 0-28 days.