No.47, 17th cross 11th Main, Malleshwaram, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560055, IndiaView Direction
Established in 2007, Cloudnine Hospital located in Bangalore is a single speciality hospital offering a wide spectrum of advanced medical treatments to its patients. Cloudnine Hospital offers state-of-the-art infrastructure and is technologically up to date. It has a great team of qualified doctors available around the clock and emergency services. Staff members make sure patients are given the best of medical care. Cloudnine Hospital consists of an experienced team of skilled professionals, aimed to provide quality healthcare for Mother and Child. The hospital has a neonatal success rate of 99.72% and is one of India’s leading chain of maternity hospitals.
The service involves providing vital vaccinations/immunizations to newborns on their doorstep if they cannot attend to an emergency or other issue.
The hospital ensures diagnosis and treatment facilities in Maternity, Gynecology, Pediatrics, Intensive care, Fertility, stem cell banking, etc.
Only one person may see the ICU patient during visiting hours and must bring a mask and sanitizer from the hospital.
The complete address for the Cloudnine Hospital malleshwaram is 47, 11th Main Rd, near Mes Kishora Kendra, Malleswara, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560055.
Individuals can pay their hospital bills using various payment methods such as cash, debit and credit cards, UPI Wallets, American Express cards, and so on.
You can book an appointment, video, and teleconsultation with a doctor associated with cloud nine hospital malleshwaram through Credihealth as per the doctor's availability.
During the birth of the baby, Shweta was conscious and started having unwanted convulsions. From inside, he knew that something was wrong with the baby. She knew that the baby would be delivered in a difficult situation and she would have to stay strong to deliver the baby in the right form. Shweta tried hard to control her convulsions, but she could not. On one hand, her husband was out of the station because of his army job. On other hand, Shweta’s in-laws were unaware of the situation. It was around 2 am and Shweta had to try hard to wake her in-laws and give them the hint about her water break and the delivery of the child. Somehow, the in-law woke and they helped Shweta reach the hospital through the medium of Credihealth.
How did Shweta receive help?
Shweta was taken to the hospital at around 3 a.m and the delivery became difficult because of the no movements of the child.
It took around one hour to deliver the child through C-section delivery because of the no movements.
Earlier the doctors thought that the baby had been dead inside the womb because of the late delivery.
Immediately after the birth when the mother saw the baby unconscious, she processed with CPR therapy and helped revive the heartbeat of the baby boy.
The mother was herself a doctor and she knew that this was a time of difficulty. But she thanked the doctors of Cloudnine Hospital Malleshwaram after she delivered the baby boy healthily after.
Rizwana is around 35 years old and is pregnant with her third child. Although everything seemed normal during the first four months, she started experiencing something different during the last 4-5 months. During the time, she felt like she was having labor but in general, she was bleeding (after suspecting). She came to know that she was bleeding like her menstrual period. For the first time, she thought it to be normal as she had her bleeding date near. But when she had the same situation during the next month, she was rushed to the nearby Cloudnine Hospital Malleshwaram through the medium of Credihealth.
How did Rizwana receive help?
After six months of her pregnancy, Rizawana was told that she would have to deliver her child prematurely. The doctors initially did not give any sign of mishappening or any kind of explanation to the family.
After having the delivery safely and delivering the child alive, the doctors informed the mother and the father that the mother was going through a rare kind of disease called placenta accreta- a condition where the placenta grows deeply in the uterine wall leading to extreme blood loss.
On one hand, the newborn baby had to be incubated in the hospital for around 100 days and on another hand, the mother had to go through small surgery, where she had to see all of her uterine parts removed. The doctors did so to exclude the chances of her having another pregnancy in the future and the chances of bleeding too.