Fetal and neonatal care focuses on aspects of child health and diseases from perinatal period to adolescence stage. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 340,000 maternal deaths, 2.7 Mn stillbirths and 3.1 Mn neonatal deaths occur worldwide each year. As per a recent study the rate of maternal death, stillbirth and early neonatal death have declined in the high as well as few middle-income countries, primarily because of improved obstetric care. There are 17 National Institute of Child Health and Development Neonatal Research Network in U.S. where programs are introduced or experimented in order to enhance the quality and research for better outcomes of patients. In 2013, Children's Health launched Texas’ first dedicated neonatal telemedicine service which offers physicians availability at other NICU’s hospitals for neonatal cases. Vendors focus on providing highly efficient and low cost equipment in order to cater to the neonatal segment which reduces morbidity and mortality in regions with poor resources and less skilled physicians.