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NICU stands for Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. It is a specialized medical unit within a hospital that provides intensive care for newborns, particularly those who are born prematurely, have low birth weight, or experience other complications that require specialized medical attention. The NICU is equipped with advanced medical equipment and staffed by healthcare professionals trained in neonatology.

Premature infants or those with medical conditions such as respiratory distress syndrome, infections, congenital anomalies, or other complications may be admitted to the NICU. The unit is designed to provide a controlled environment where newborns can receive specialized care, monitoring, and treatments to support their growth and development.

The NICU team typically includes neonatologists, nurses, respiratory therapists, and other healthcare professionals who work together to address the unique needs of newborns requiring intensive care. The goal of the NICU is to provide comprehensive medical care and support until the newborns are stable enough to be transferred to a regular nursery or discharged to go home.

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