Department of Critical Care
Department of Critical Care
The Department of Critical Care provides specialized care for critically ill patients who require intensive monitoring and treatment. With a focus on quick thinking and attentive care, we strive to meet the demanding needs of critically ill individuals. Our well-equipped Intensive Care Unit (ICU) can handle a wide range of cases, from life-threatening injuries and illnesses to post- surgery ICU care.
With 25 years of service, our department takes pride in having a team of highly qualified and experienced doctors. Their expertise allows them to efficiently manage numerous cases each day, providing exceptional guidance and assistance to patients and their families. Our dedicated doctors are devoted to their patients' well-being, contributing to their speedy recovery and instilling trust in their hearts.
Being a multispecialty hospital, we have the advantage of a collaborative healthcare environment. Our nurses, doctors, and medical professionals work together seamlessly, ensuring optimal care for every patient. They possess the expertise to handle medical procedures with professionalism, attending to patients' needs promptly and effectively.
We have a track record of high success rates in treatments and care, aiming to be recognized and trusted for our exceptional client/patient services. With advanced treatment options and a well-equipped setting, our patients receive round-the-clock monitoring and regular attention from dedicated nurses and care attendants who specialize in critical care.
In summary, the Department of Critical Care is committed to providing specialized and attentive care to critically ill patients. With a team of experienced doctors, advanced treatment options, and a multidisciplinary approach, we prioritize the well-being and survival of our patients. Our dedicated staff ensures 24/7 monitoring and personalized care, striving to make a positive
impact on the lives of those in critical condition.
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Clearing your doubts
The terms ICU and Critical Care are often used interchangeably. The ICU refers to the specialized unit within a hospital where critically ill patients receive intensive monitoring and treatment. Critical Care, on the other hand, is a broader term that encompasses the comprehensive medical care provided to patients with life-threatening conditions, both within and outside the ICU setting.
Critical Care is provided to patients who are experiencing life-threatening conditions or require intensive monitoring and treatment. This may include individuals with severe infections, respiratory failure, heart attacks, strokes, major trauma, organ failure, or those recovering from complex surgeries. The need for Critical Care is determined by medical professionals based on the severity and complexity of the patient's condition.
In the Critical Care unit, patients undergo continuous monitoring of vital signs, including heart rate, blood pressure, oxygen levels, and other parameters. Additionally, specialized monitoring devices may be used to assess organ function, such as electrocardiograms (ECGs) for heart activity, arterial lines for blood pressure monitoring, or pulse oximeters for oxygen saturation monitoring. This allows healthcare providers to promptly detect any changes or deterioration in a patient's condition.
During a loved one's stay in the Critical Care unit, they will receive round-the-clock monitoring and specialized care from a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals. Visitors may have limited access due to the critical nature of the unit and infection control measures. Communication with the medical team is crucial, and they will provide regular updates on the patient's condition and treatment plan. The length of stay in Critical Care varies depending on the individual's condition and response to treatment.