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A database of premature and sick newborns has been created to help improve the care of the very best babies by analyzing them.
A unique database of thirty thousand newborns and patients with neonatal data has been created in Hungary over the course of a year, with the involvement of 23 neonatal intensive care centers.
Today, every newborn requires an intensive care allowance. In Hungary, neonatal intensive care centers (NICs) are specialized and equipped for the care of premature and sick newborns, who are given 6,000 births a year. They all have a weight of less than 1500 grams, and without the neonatal intensive centers, they would hardly have a chance of survival. Analyzing your data can help you determine what gives your baby a chance to survive and get the best out of life. After that, professionals can take steps to improve care.