Prenatal and Postpartum Inpatient Treatment


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Prenatal and Postpartum Inpatient Treatment

Prenatal and Postpartum Inpatient Treatment

High-risk pregnancies requiring inpatient treatment before or after birth receive special evaluation and treatment services in Jineart delivery centers. Our multidisciplinary team provides comprehensive prenatal and postnatal care. The team addresses the patient's medical, nursing, social, nutritional and sub-specialty needs within a special plan every morning and throughout the day.

The team specializes in treating women with preterm labor, diabetes, bleeding during pregnancy, preeclampsia (characterized by high blood pressure), and other prenatal and postpartum risky pregnancies. It also monitors pregnancies with fetal or placental problems such as inpatient treatment, congenital anomalies, fetal growth restriction and placenta accreta.

Follow-up and treatment is carried out by our Perinatology (high risk pregnancy) physicians, who are experts in infectious diseases, genetics, diagnostic ultrasound, medical complications of pregnancy, emergency obstetric care and birth abnormalities.
We provide both short-term and long-term inpatient services. Some patients may be discharged within a few days, while others may stay in the hospital for a few weeks or even until birth. In a situation requiring urgent hospitalization, a personalized care plan is created, which includes arrangements for home and work-related plans, home treatment after discharge and the continuation of care. After the expectant mother's condition is stabilized, she is transferred to her own doctor for further follow-up.

Our specialist services include:

  • Specialist doctor, nutritionist, nurse and social worker
  • every morning by evaluation.
  • Private room for each patient and attendant.
  • 24/7 monitoring of fetal well-being
  • 24/7 visitor acceptance
  • Same day consultation by other doctors with medical or surgical expertise.

YYBÜ Cooperation
After birth, babies of high-risk mothers, if deemed necessary
to the high-tech YYBU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) for follow-up and treatment
Unit) can be taken. Neonatologists, specialist nurses and other NICU staff
as much as possible to newborns with critical and specific health problems.
It is dedicated to providing advanced care.

Learn more about YYBU.

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