Critical Care is a specialty that specifically deals with human responses to life threatening problems. The Critical Care Physician (Intensivist) is someone who has the necessary training and expertise in the evaluation and management of the critically ill patients.
Our priority is to save as many lives as possible within realistic expectations. To meet the highest standards, we try to provide total care of the patients by involving doctors from different specialties as may be deemed necessary for different patients.
The Intensive Care Unit is a state-of-the-art unit with 100 Critical Care beds segregated into different ICUs to provide a more focused care as per the established protocols. Our ICUs are managed with the belief that, well planned Critical Care Services and implementation does influence overall outcomes and quality parameters like morality. ICU length of stay, infection, rates, etc.
We have isolation cubicles with positive/negative pressure air flows 1:1 Nursing Care round the clock. We have the latest equipment for patient management including high-end Central Nursing Monitoring Station, Advanced Ventilators for Invasive/Non-Invasive Mechanical Ventilation, Defibrillators, fully equipped Dialysis Unit for Renal Support in ICU, Bedside ECMO, highly trained Cardiology Unit for any need for IABP, LVAD, etc. We have a point of care Ultrasound Machine to assist in all the bedside procedures related to patient management. There is also availability of Conscious Advanced Haemodynamic Monitoring to assist in assessment & management of all critically-ill patients. We also have fluid and patient warming system to optimize and closely monitor the temperature management of all our ICU patients. There is also a provision for Bedside Bronchoscopy in the ICU to aid in the treatment of all the critically ill lung infection cases. The trained Critical Care Team makes every effort to optimize the nutrition status of the patient in consultation with the in-house dietician. Our goal is to practice Evidence Based Medicine and incorporate the latest guidelines in patient care management to achieve best possible patient outcomes.