Critical Care

Critical Care

Critical care is a multiprofessional healthcare specialty that provides care for patients.

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Overview

Critical care is a multiprofessional healthcare specialty that provides care for patients with acute, life-threatening illnesses of vital organs such as heart, lungs, liver, kidney, pancreas and brain. Most critical care today, however, is delivered in highly specialized intensive care units (ICU).

Critical Care Team

Critical care at Healing Hospital constitutes a devoted team of qualified doctors and support staff. Exemplary care is provided by critical care teams who use their unique expertise of knowledge and skills to achieve best outcomes. The team provides essentially required therapeutic interventions with use of hi-tech equipment, protocols and collaboration of various specialists and super specialists.

Diagnosis & symptoms:

What type of patients we treat?

A. Sepsis and septic shock

B. Cardiac System

  • Acute myocardial infarction and Cardiogenic shock
  • Complex arrhythmias requiring close monitoring and intervention
  • Acute heart failure with requiring cardio respiratory support
  • Hypertensive emergencies

C. Pulmonary System

  • Acute respiratory failure
  • Pulmonary emboli with hemodynamic instability
  • Need for airway/respiratory care not available in other care areas such as wards or
    intermediate care unit

D. Neurologic Disorders

  • Acute stroke ( is che mic, hemorrhagic)with altered mental status
  • Coma: metabolic, toxic, or anoxic
  • Meningitis with altered mental status or respiratory compromise
  • Central nervous system or neuromuscular disorders with deteriorating neurologic or pulmonary function
  • Status epilepticus
  • Severe head injured patients

E. Endocrine

  • Diabetic ketoacidosis
  • Thyroid storm or myxedema coma
  • Hyperosmolar state with coma and/or hemodynamic instability
  • Adrenal crises with hemodynamic instability
  • Severe electrolyte disorders with altered mental status, requiring monitoring and support

F. Gastrointestinal Disorders

  • Fulminant hepatic failure, SBP, HRS
  • Acute pancreatitis
  • Life threatening gastrointestinal bleeding including hypotension, angina,
    continued bleeding, or with comorbid conditions

G. Haematology

  • Severe coagulopathy and/or bleeding diathesis
  • Severe anemia resulting in haemodynamic and/or respiratory failure
  • Haematological malignancies with multi-organ failure

H. Obstetric

  • Medical and surgical conditions complicating pregnancy and delivery

I. Surgical

  • Post-operative patients requiring hemodynamic monitoring/ventilator support or
    extensive nursing care

J. Renal

  • Acute and Chronic Kidney disease with cardio respiratory and metabolic compromise

K. Miscellaneous

  • Poisonings Environmental
  • Environmental injuries (lightning, near drowning, hypo/hyperthermia)
  • Burns

Treatment

What type of critical care we provide?

 

We at Healing Hospital provide a range of services for critically ill patients.

FAQ

Respiratory failure is lung failure that results in dangerously low levels of oxygen or dangerously high levels of carbon dioxide, which is a waste gas. Respiratory failure can result from lung conditions such as pneumonia, emphysema, or smoke inhalation. Respiratory failure can also be caused by conditions affecting the nerves and muscles that control breathing, such as drug and alcohol overdoses
Depression occurs in one out of three patients after critical illness. Symptoms of depression that might be experienced include prolonged sadness, loss of interest in activities that used to be enjoyable, inability to concentrate, changes in appetite, and changes in sleep.
Shock is a condition in which vital organs are not getting enough oxygen because of low blood pressure. Shock can be caused by many medical conditions, such as heart attack, massive blood loss, severe trauma or sepsis.

It is very important for family to be a part of the healing process . The presence of loved ones will reassure the patient It is also very important that privacy is maintained , noise and infection are controlled and patients get time to rest and sleep. For these reasons visiting hours are specified outside the ICU .


The Visiting Hours are as follows: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM 6PM – 7 PM


Only two visitors are allowed to meet the patient per shift.

The ulceration developed over the dependent parts of the body in the hospitalized patients, the pressure sore is more common in ICU patients due to immobility, same posture, severe infections, multiple comorbidities. Our pressure ulcer rate is very low due to continuous changing of position every 2nd hourly and early mobilization.
  • Computed tompography(CT) or (CAT) scans
  • Computed tompography(CT) or (CAT) scans
  • Computed tompography(CT) or (CAT) scans
  • Computed tompography(CT) or (CAT) scans
  • Computed tompography(CT) or (CAT) scans
  • Computed tompography(CT) or (CAT) scans

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Services available at Hospital :

  • – State Of The Art Well Equipped ICU
  • – Central Pipeline Oxygen And Vacuum With Bed Head Panels
  • – Invasive And Non Invasive Ventilators (BIPPAP, CPAP)And High Flow Oxygen Therapy Equipment
  • – Patient Monitors For Constant Monitoring Of Potentially Life-Threatening Conditions.
  • – Portable Ultrasound For Invasive Procedures
  • – Infusion Pumps For Continuous And Controlled Infusion Of Medication
  • – Huntleigh Mattresses For Prevention Of Bed Sores
  • -Support Services For Appropriate Support Of Failing Organ Systems Including Bed Side Dialysis
  • -Quality Protocols For Prevention Of Infection
  • -Dedicated Staff For The Management Of Patients With Life-Threatening Illnesses, Sepsis, Injuries And Complications.

OUR OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE / HOSPITAL FACILITIES & SERVICES

– 20 + Medical Specialities Under One Roof

– 24×7 Emergency & Ambulance Services
– 24×7 Pharmacy & Lab Services
– Highly Qualified and Experience Rich Super Specialists.
– World Class Modular Infrastructure
– Latest Medical Equipment & Technology
– Highest Patient Satisfaction Rate.

0172-5088883

OUR OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE / HOSPITAL FACILITIES & SERVICES

– 20 + Medical Specialities Under One Roof

– 24×7 Emergency & Ambulance Services
– 24×7 Pharmacy & Lab Services
– Highly Qualified and Experience Rich Super Specialists.
– World Class Modular Infrastructure
– Latest Medical Equipment & Technology
– Highest Patient Satisfaction Rate.

0172-5088883

OPD Timings

Monday-Saturday10.00am – 1:00 pm(Morning)

Monday-Saturday5.00pm – 7.00pm(Evening)

 

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