Critical Care Medicine is a branch of medicine concerned with the diagnosis and management of life-threatening conditions requiring sophisticated organ support and invasive monitoring. Any acute illness or injury which is life-threatening or conditions which require observation and monitoring such as sepsis, shock, multi-organ dysfunction, ARDS pulmonary oedema, acute renal failure, acute respiratory failure, poisoning, trauma among others are treated at the Centre for Critical Care with expertise & care.
The Centre for Critical Care is equipped to provide the best healthcare facilities to the patients. The unit boasts of ultra-modern monitoring with a highly qualified team of consultants, resident doctors, nurses and technicians. Senior consultants who are always on-call along with the support from the blood bank, laboratory and imaging services back the whole system. We have 6 different Intensive Care Units (ICUs) to cater to all the possible life-threatening conditions.
We thrive to adopt new technologies & infrastructure in our critical care department to ensure each patient is served with the precision & the best medical treatment.
The team is available round-the-clock consisting of the best critical care specialists, DNB Consultants, qualified nurses and technicians. Our practising critical care surgeons are highly trained and experienced to handle delicate cases with supreme care.
We treat the following conditions under critical care:
Surgical Care: Our 10-bedded SICU unit is equipped with the latest technology & infrastructure to provide surgical care to the patients who need special care.
Medical Care: We have a 19-bedded dedicated unit for the patients dealing with a range of acute medical conditions.
Neonatal Care: This 12-bedded unit is dedicated to providing intensive care to newborn babies who require specialised care.
Adult critical care: Patients with complex breathing problems, cancer, kidney diseases, burns and infectious diseases who require specialist nursing/medical support are treated here.
Ventilator: We have the latest designed ventilators that provide oxygen to the patients when they are unable to breathe normally on their own.
Defibrillator: Our high-end, enhanced Defibrillators are efficient enough to provide electric shocks to the heart when the heartbeat slows down, gets faster, or stops.
Syringe Infusion Pump: We have the best-designed Syringe Infusion Pump that is capable of delivering any amount of fluids into the patient's body as per requirement.
Portable USG: Our portable Ultrasound device defines modern technology by delivering the best and most precise ultrasound reports.
Portable X-Ray with CR system: We define technology at our critical care department with this device that delivers high-end radiographic results.
ECG: To support the heart patients, we have an ECG (Electrocardiogram) system at our critical care department.
Bi-pap: Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure offers a non-invasive form of therapy for sleep apnoea patients.
DVT Pump: This machine helps by preventing people from getting life-threatening Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).
Cardiac Output Monitoring System: These minimally invasive monitors are used to calculate cardiac output.
6 different Intensive Care Units (ICUs):
Ambulance Services: To cope with any critical situation or condition, the centre is equipped with ALS & BLS ambulance service
Diagnostic Facilities & Other Facilities: We are a 500 bedded hospital with more than 22 super specialities. Our Critical Care Unit is well synched with the hospital’s blood bank, laboratory services and imaging units to help us cater to efficient medical services. Our laboratories and imaging department are equipped with high-end technology that supports us to provide the best diagnostic services.
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