NICU nurse, is responsible for the care and treatment of newborn infants suffering from illness or prematurity, as well as caring for their parents and guardians. A NICU nurse provides round-the-clock care for the basic and medical needs of newborn infants in the NICU.
she should have a caring and empathetic nature, work well under pressure in a stressful environment, and be able to coordinate treatments and work with a team of neonatal healthcare professionals. A NICU nurse should also have a working knowledge of the complex NICU equipment used to treat at-risk newborns.
- Providing round-the-clock care to premature and severely ill newborn infants.
- Caring for the basic needs of infants; for example, feeding and changing diapers.
- Performing medical procedures; for example, inserting intravenous lines, performing tests, and administering medications.
- Assisting the NICU physicians in medical procedures and treatments.
- Using and adjusting specialized medical equipment.
- Formulating nursing plans and evaluating the effectiveness of treatments.
- Comforting ill newborns and anxious parents and family members.
- Offering support to parents and family members and educating them on the at-home care of their newborn.
- A Registered nursing license.
- A bachelor's of science degree in nursing.
- 2-6 year's experience in ICU or NICU.
- A CPR certification.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- The ability to offer emotional support to parents, guardians, and family members.
- Working knowledge of NICU specialized equipment.
- The ability to work in a team.
- The ability to offer comfort to ill newborns.
- ANM/GNM/B.Sc nursing
2yrs-6yrs, relevant experience is must
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