Critical care medicine is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of clinical conditions that require emergency care for the critically ill and also those patients who need special monitoring and treatment. It is also called the Intensive care unit. We provide a multidisciplinary approach to the critically ill patients by examining the health condition and providing world-class treatment.
We have beds set up to provide the necessary comfort for patients who require continual supervision and extensive nursing care. We also have the most advanced life support systems. We offer care for patients in critical or unstable conditions, such as those recovering from surgery, trauma, stroke, heart failure, organ failure, and infections, and provide evidence-based therapy.
A 24-hour monitoring and support staff is always there to provide the necessary patient care, and it includes a team of dedicated and highly qualified Critical Care Doctors and health care specialists. The hospital is equipped with advanced therapeutic monitoring and healthcare technologies to accurately diagnose and treat diseases.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is critical care?
Critical care or intensive care is the medicine that focuses on special care and treatment for critically ill patients or for those patients that require immediate treatment.
What are some examples of critical care?
Patients who require critical care include:
- Who have undergone very invasive surgery or have had poor surgery outcomes.
- Who have been severely injured in an accident
- Who have serious infections
- Who have difficulty breathing on their own and require a ventilator to breathe.
Who is a critical care doctor?
Critical care medicine specialists are known as intensivists, they are doctors who specialize in patient care in intensive care units (ICU).
What does a critical care doctor do?
A critical care doctor is skilled in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of critically ill and injured patients, notably trauma victims and patients with multiple organ dysfunction or having serious health problems.
What is the goal of critical care?
Critical Care aims to enhance the healthcare of patients who need immediate medical attention by gathering and disseminating evidence-based information to intensivists.
When are patients kept in the intensive care unit?
If the patient is extremely unwell and requires intensive treatment or close monitoring, or if they underwent any surgery and intensive care is required.
Who is a critical care nurse?
Critical care nursing is a nursing speciality that focuses on patients who need continuous monitoring of their health.