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What is PRENATAL CARE ? How important it is for SAFE Pregnancy ?

Healthy pregnancies require prenatal care. It requires routine visits to the doctor to check on the health of both the mother and the growing child. Doctors can address any potential hazards through prenatal care, cab give you any required immunisations, provide advice on diet and exercise, and do screenings to ensure the baby is growing well. To ensure both mother and child were well, it is essential to receive support, guidance, and medical care throughout prenatal period.

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Special Newborn Care Units: Comprehensive Neonatal Care Facilities

SNCU, or Special Newborn Care Unit, is a specialized facility within hospitals providing intensive medical care to sick or premature newborns. Equipped with advanced equipment and staffed by a multidisciplinary team, SNCUs offer services such as respiratory support, infection management, phototherapy, and nutritional support. They prioritize the well-being and recovery of vulnerable newborns, ensuring their specialized needs are met.

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