Feta Neonatal Resources
Our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Welcome Guide Welcome Guide provides information about having an infant in the NICU and answers some of the most common questions parents have during their stay.
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Support Staff at Children’s Health includes a support team for you and your child. Learn more.
As you enter the NICU at Children’s, you may encounter machines and equipment that are unfamiliar to you. This section is focused on introducing you to the tools necessary for the care of your baby. Many of these terms may be new to you.
Learning how to parent your baby while in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Giving birth to a premature or sick baby is often a surprise to parents. They must make many important decisions about their baby’s care in the first few days after birth. One of those decisions is whether to provide mother’s milk for your baby’s feedings.
During your baby’s stay in the NICU, you may hear many new terms that are unfamiliar to you. Here are some of the common ones used in our NICU and their meanings.
Now, as a parent, you can watch your little one sleep, wriggle, yawn and wave, via a real-time video connection. Children's Health provides the technology you need to stay connected from anywhere. All you need is an internet connection.