Paras Bliss has well developed centers that are focused on neonatal care. Each delivery is supported by the Department of neonatology – which comprises of a well experienced team of neonatologists, intensive care specialists and anesthetists to take care of your new born – bundle of joy. The experts are also well trained and equipped to handle any complications such as – pre term delivery, infections, breathing difficulties, to list a few. All units of Paras Bliss adhere to the international standards of developmental supportive care – a specialized medical approach to handle the sick and fragile newborns.

At Paras Bliss, the state of the art level III Neonatal – ICU is equipped with the  latest technology – Multi functional Monitors, Conventional Ventilators, Non invasive Positive Pressure Ventilation (NIPPV), Dedicated Nasal CPAP devices, Blood Gas Analyzer, Incubator Care, Servo Controlled Digital Open Care Warmers; Double Surface Photo Therapy; Digital Syringe & Infusion Pumps.

Every NICU at Paras Bliss has been designed keeping in mind the requirements of the neonates. The supporting staff and nurses are all trained to handle the fragile bundles of joy with care and compassion in compliance to the international standards of developmental supportive care, laying stress on the importance of sound, light and handling.

The Department is well supported by state of the art incubators and warmers, making sure that the child feels safe and secure. The department is well established to handle cases of premature, precious deliveries and twin deliveries, along with ensuring all aspects of infection control and quality.

To support the mother post delivery, Paras Bliss offers a range of specialized care programs that aim at counselling, training and orienting the new mother & family on important aspects associated with infant care. Lactation Counselling, Toddler Care , Baby Massage are few specialized programs that train the mother to provide the right care and support to her child.

The procedure undertaken to provide protection and care to neonates or ill and premature babies by using an incubator is what Incubator Care refers to. Newborn babies need to have a body temperature ranging in between 36.5 to 37.2 degree Celsius. They tend to lose body heat through various processes like convection, conduction and radiation. The babies born with a low weight or as a result of premature birth have higher risks of hypothermia, hypoglycemia, asphyxia, hypotonia, respiratory distress and so on. Hence it becomes essential to provide them with a thermo neutral environment which is what incubators do.

What are incubators?

Incubators are devices that are brought into use for the intensive care of infants which keeps them away from pathogens while keeping them warm. Such devices maintain an optimal temperature required by the baby along with humidity, oxygen and carbon dioxide levels. An incubator such as a transport incubator generally consists of an inbuilt oxygen supply unit, mini ventilator, IV pump, cardio-respiratory unit and pulse oximeter. Various types of incubators include closed, open, portable, non-portable, double-walled etc.

When or why is it required?

An incubator care facility may be required in the following conditions:
When the infant is not able to generate the required body heat, It is born early, It has an infection, It is acutely ill and requires to be kept under observation, For transporting it from health unit or hospital to another, If the infant has undergone some surgery and needs special care, When an infant runs the risk of getting infection or abnormal heat loss

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Your baby’s eyes are not very sensitive to light in the first month of life. In fact, the amount of light required for a 1-month-old infant to be aware that light is present (called the light detection threshold) is 50 times higher than that of an adult. So, normal lights can be kept on during the day, but lights should be switched off at night to facilitate biological/circadian rhythm, which promote baby’s growth.

It is advised to consult the baby’s doctor/paediatrician before giving over the counter drugs to the baby as the doses of these drugs depend on the body weight, and hence cannot be generalized to all babies. Too small doses will be ineffective, and higher doses can cause harmful side effects, and possibility of drug toxicity. Most governing bodies in Paediatrics including American Academy of Paediatrics (AAP) advises against giving OTC cough and cold medicines which includes decongestants and cough suppressants to children younger than 6 years old.

Pneumonia is one of the leading causes of morbidity in both western world and developing countries including India. It kills one child every 15 seconds. Despite these sobering statistics, there is good news: solutions exist to prevent and treat pneumonia, and ultimately save young lives and significantly reduce the burden of families and society

Preventive strategies for pneumonia in children include:


  •  It’s the most effective way to prevent pneumonia
  • Vaccinate your baby against Hemophilus influenza(Hib)
  • Pneumococcus, Measles and Whooping cough (pertussis)

Adequate nutrition: It’s a key to improve baby’s natural defences, Research studies suggest exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months of life is effective in preventing pneumonia and also reduces the duration of illness and hospital stay.

Healthy environment:  Addressing indoor and outdoor air pollution and encouraging good hygiene in crowded places goes a long way in promoting health in general and pneumonia in particular.

Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), also known as cot death or crib death, is defined as the sudden death of an infant younger than 1 year of age that remains unexplained after a thorough case investigation, including performance of a complete autopsy, thorough examination of the death scene, and review of the infant’s and family’s clinical histories

Prevention: –

  • Baby to sleep on his back; on a firm mattress
  • Room-sharing without bed-sharing is recommended
  • Keep soft objects and loose bedding out of the crib
  • Pregnant women should receive regular prenatal care
  • Avoid smoke exposure during pregnancy and after birth
  • Avoid alcohol and illicit drug use during pregnancy and after birth
  • Breastfeeding is recommended
  • Consider offering a pacifier at nap time and bedtime
  • Avoid overheating
  • Infants should be immunized as per schedule.
  • Avoid commercial devices marketed to reduce the risk of SIDS

Your baby can travel soon after birth. Most airlines prefer babies to be at least two days old, but after that, it’s up to you. Young babies generally make good travellers if they feel cuddled and secure and are fed regularly. The movement and activity often helps them sleep, too! By three months, the baby is more likely to be ready to travel. If you are flying, a front carrier or baby sling is an ideal way to transport your baby. Being carried close to the mother or father will make baby feel safe.

Baby carriers also make travelling much easier on trains and buses. If your baby is very young, a travel system with a car seat that fits on to the push chair chassis may be the best option. In this situation, a lightweight, umbrella-folding pushchair is a useful alternative.

Infants especially newborns are susceptible to hearing damage from loud noises because their skulls are thinner. Exposure to excessive noise during pregnancy may result in high-frequency hearing loss in newborns, and may be associated with prematurity and intrauterine growth retardation. Loud noises can cause hearing loss by damaging parts of the inner ear; the area responsible for hearing.

Safe Levels: Safe levels can vary according to the duration of the exposure and the loudness level. Noises less than 80 decibels should not cause hearing damage. This is the equivalent to noise in a restaurant or in city street traffic. A normal conversation is about 60 decibels.

Follow-up is needed for most babies, with varied aims. Babies with an uneventful hospital stay have to be watched for jaundice 24-48 hours after discharge, if discharged within first 3 days of delivery.

Babies who have been sick due to any reason, will be followed up for assessment of their brain functions, hearing and visual assessment. Biggest risk factors among them are probably gestational age and birth weight. Such conditions include, but are not limited to prematurity, low birth weight, Asphyxia, shock, need for ventilation, infections, jaundice, heart diseases and congenital malformations.

Care of a normal baby at home is of utmost importance especially during first few weeks and includes:

  • Exclusive breastfeedingfor the first 6 months of life.
  • Keep umblical cord open and dry.
  • Eyes of the baby must be cleaned with a sterile swab soaked in sterile water.
  • Baby to be bathed once in 3-4 days with lukewarm water during early weeks of life.
  • Watch for jaundice for first few days of life.
  • Vaccinations advised by paediatrician should be followed.
  • Babies should preferably be placed down for sleep on their back.
  • Oil massage with coconut oil/olive oil can be a daily routine.
  • DO NOT apply kajal/surma in eyes or put oil in ear or boric acid in nostrils.

Welcoming a newly born baby is so exciting! But there are some newborn etiquette which have to be ensured.

  • Avoid too many guests. This allows mother- baby dyad to bond and learn breastfeeding techniques.
  • Guests with flu like symptoms should avoid visiting the newly born till they are symptom free.
  • Handling of the baby by the guests should be reduced to minimum.
  • Proper hand washing/disinfectants to be used before touching the baby and his/her surroundings.
  • Hands of the care giver should be warm and the baby should be well-clothed and covered.
  • Firm and steady grip should be maintained over the baby’s trunk.
  • Avoid kissing the baby to prevent droplet infection.
  • Stay of the guests should not be more than 30 minutes to 1 hour.
  • Use soft, gentle voices and try to be as calm as possible.
  • Don’t wear perfume.
  • Put your cell on silent.

Kangaroo mother care (KMC) is a simple and safe method of caring for low birth weight babies. It includes early, prolonged and continuous skin- to -skin contact with the mother/father or any care giver and exclusive breast feeding. KMC is initiated in the hospital and continued at home as long as the baby needs and likes it. During KMC babies are held naked between the breasts of the mother (mimicking a kangaroo’s pouch) and should be covered with a blanket to avoid heat loss. KMC should be given for atleast 6-8 hours a day; gradually increased upto 24 hours a day. KMC benefits the baby with more stable sleep patterns, temperature stability, better weight gain, better maternal-baby bonding, along with reduction in early mortality and morbidity. Kangaroo care integrates the family into the neonatal intensive care team.


  • Mrs. Sapna

    Has excellent experience and home like stay. Very cooperative staff nurses. Everyone including doctors, sisters & housekeeping staff provides their precious services. Unforgettable moments of my life. Special thanks to Dr. Ruchi, Dr. Sonia, Kritika, Rekha, Pooja & Monica. Thanks for giving Gem of my life.

    Mrs. Sapna

  • Mrs. Nisha Rathore

    I am very impressed with all the facilities given by the hospital. All the doctors, nursing staff and housekeeping is also good. I would recommend this to my other family members.

    Mrs. Nisha Rathore

  • Mrs. Divya Kaushal

    Overall I am pleased with the services. Appreciate the efforts and dedication of overall staff. Would like to highlight certain names below for their exceptional services towards the patient, relatives and the infant.

    • Shrishti
    • Rajni Thakur
    • Mridula
    • All housekeeping staff
    Mrs. Divya Kaushal

  • Mrs. Vandhna

    Hospital administrator and staff is very good. My experience with Miss Rajni and Ms. Monica is very satisfied. They both take care of me in good manner.

    Mrs. Vandhna

  • Mrs. Shally S. Kumar

    Nurses and staff is very co-operative and adjustable and caring. Doctors are very caring and concerned and track patients with all smiles. Overall experience is awesome and very good.

    Mrs. Shally S. Kumar

  • Dhyana Rathod

    I am very much happy with all services you provided. All staff members are very much supportive. We like their kind behaviour. Thank you to all of you for your kind service.

    Dhyana Rathod

  • Mrs Nicky Sandhu

    Just wanna say, big thanks to each and everyone, doctors and their staff. Brought my baby here in a worse condition, but they made us feel so comfortable and such a polite behavior. Treated the kid, like their own child. Thanks each and everyone.

    Mrs Nicky Sandhu


    Over all experience in the hospital before, during and after delivery was great. Staff has cooperated very well. Right from nurses to housekeeping behaviour was great and they treated the mother and child like family. Last but not least infact above all “hat’s off to Dr. Shilva” and special thanks to Dr. Krishan and all doctors involved in the process.


  • Dr Beena Singh & Dr. Awnindra Singh

    Dear Team Paras Bliss, We don’t have words to express our gratitude but thanks a ton for making one of the most precious moments of our lives so beautiful and memorable.

    -Lots of love, Dr. Awnindra, Dr Beena and Omisha”

    Dr Beena Singh & Dr. Awnindra Singh

  • Ms. Inderjeet Kaur

    Dear Team Paras Bliss, Thank you for a blissful experience. God Bless.

    -Inderjeet, Gaganpreet and Ranbir”

    Ms. Inderjeet Kaur

  • Ms Neha Jain

    Thanks to Paras Bliss, Panchkula for giving us excellent services. Special Thanks to Dr. Shilva for special care and personal focus. At last Thanks to all nurses staff, housekeeping, canteen services persons and all who were involved directly or indirectly to support us.

    Ms Neha Jain

  • Ms. Samreen & Mr. Mohammad Arshad

    Neat and clean hospital with satisfactory treatment for my patient and baby. I really appreciate team of doctors, anesthetists, support teams and other related people for tackling critical case of my wife. Highly recommended if you are looking for better and high quality services for your baby and wife.

    Ms. Samreen & Mr. Mohammad Arshad

  • Monika Kesar

    Experience with everyone in the hospital was awesome. I want to convey my best wishes and thanks to everyone involved (Staff), for making it a lifetime experience. Having a baby itself is an experience for life but, the kind of support and care I got from hospital was exceptional!

    Monika Kesar

  • Mr. Vimal Bhola

    My baby was a low weight & needed special attention so baby was brought to Paras Bliss Hospital under the care of Dr. Krishan Yadav and from the day I felt comfortable to leave the baby in hospital under his care. Initially my family members worried about the baby but very happy to see the care given to baby during his stay at Paras Bliss Hospital.

    Mr. Vimal Bhola

  • Ms Vidhu & Mr. Sumeet

    Hospital is clean and staff behaviour is excellent. Nursing staff is highly cooperative. Doctors , Hospital Facilities in the hospital are exceptional.

    Ms Vidhu & Mr. Sumeet

  • Ms Kunta Devi & Mr.Rinku

    Facilities in the hospital are really good. The hospital had excellent cleanliness. We are grateful to the doctors and staff for the constant support and information given to us time to time. This hospital has fulfilled our expectations to the fullest.

    Ms Kunta Devi & Mr.Rinku

  • Ambika and Madhur

    “We are really happy with the care we have received. It was just a home away from home.”

    Thank you PARAS for such an exceptional experience and genuine care!

    Ambika and Madhur

  • Ms Shweta Gaur & Mr. Sandeep Sharma

    I came here in an emergency. The hospital staff was quiet helpful. All the nurses especially Ms. Ritu, (OT nurse) helped me to settle down. Everything went fine. I am totally satisfied by the services. Glad I choose Paras Bliss. Thanks for the help and support.

    Ms Shweta Gaur & Mr. Sandeep Sharma

  • MS. Charu Sethi & Mr. Kunal Sethi

    We were fortunate to have our baby delivered at Paras Bliss, Gurgaon. The entire process was seamless and we met with thorough professionals, who tend to us with utmost warmth and care. The staff went out of the way to make our stay comfortable. The staff was methodical in the approach and I wish them good luck for future.

    MS. Charu Sethi & Mr. Kunal Sethi

  • Dr. Jasmeet Babbar & Dr. Gaurish Babbar – Dr. Shilva

    Really nice & favourable environment in this wonderful institute. The best guidance was provided to me by the labour room staff. The training given during the antenatal class also proved to be of great help. Thanks to all.

    Dr. Jasmeet Babbar & Dr. Gaurish Babbar – Dr. Shilva

  • Ms. Suneeta Kashyap & Mr. Anil Kumar – Dr. Shilva

    My experience with Paras Bliss is fabulous. Everything is so perfect and excellent. The entire staff is so supportive. Doctors are really excellent here. I would like to recommend Paras Bliss to everyone.

    Ms. Suneeta Kashyap & Mr. Anil Kumar – Dr. Shilva

  • Ms. Pooja Sarsar & Mr. Naveen Kumar

    Paras Bliss made my journey of motherhood a joyful. I appreciate the care and concern showed by doctors and nurses. I really treasure the overall services that are provided by hospital that has made my experience wonderful.

    Ms. Pooja Sarsar & Mr. Naveen Kumar

  • Mrs. Pooja Rai

    We like the facility given by the Paras Bliss Hospital and I like all the staff so much but one of the best staff member who was very supporting and very hard working as per my point of view is Vandana as she is very caring lady.

    Mrs. Pooja Rai

  • Tek Chand

    Doctors and staff are very cooperative and helpful

    Tek Chand

  • Vineet Gupta

    Outstanding services and hospitality. Dr Manoj Sharma has given a very good medical reference and treatment . We are very satisfied with overall performance.

    Vineet Gupta

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