Our Critical Care unit features multiple dedicated departments to treat all types of critical cases based on the condition severity and the specific needs of the patient. They work closely with cardiologists, anesthesiologists, surgeons and other specialists in the hospital to help bring each patient the specific care needed for their condition.

Critical care is needed in life-threatening cases of illness or injury, such as :

Severe burns COVID-19 Heart attack
Heart failure Kidney failure People recovering from certain major surgeries
Respiratory failure Sepsis Severe bleeding
Serious infections Serious injuries, such as from car crashes, falls, and shootings Shock

In a critical care unit, health care providers use lots of different equipment, including :

  • Catheters, flexible tubes used to get fluids into the body or to drain fluids from the body
  • Dialysis machines ("artificial kidneys") for people with kidney failure
  • Feeding tubes, which give you nutritional support
  • Intravenous (IV) tubes to give you fluids and medicines
  • Machines which check your vital signs and display them on monitors
  • Oxygen therapy to give you extra oxygen to breathe in
  • Tracheostomy tubes, which are breathing tubes. The tube is placed in a surgically made hole that goes through the front of the neck and into the windpipe.
  • Ventilators (breathing machines), which move air in and out of your lungs. This is for people who have respiratory failure.

Intensive Care Unit (ICU) provides the service of life-saving equipment and medical professionals, which ensures immediate intervention for patients with life-threatening conditions. Highly skilled nurses, specially trained in cardiac intervention, neurosurgery, multi-system failure and other high-risk situations, will provide constant patient observation and monitoring in the ICU. Intensive care unit provides critical care and life support for the acutely ill and injured patients.

ICU services

  • Heart Attack and failure and Breathing problems
  • Ventilator, BiPaP, Oxygen support services
  • Polytrauma, Fractures and Bleeding problems
  • Treatment of Shocks (Hemorrhagic, Neurogenic, cardiogenic, Septic) and Severe infections
  • Surgical emergencies, Acute abdominal pain and End-stage liver diseases
  • Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), End-stage lung diseases - COPD, Pulmonary fibrosis and others
  • Pre-eclampsia and Eclampsia, and other Gynecology emergencies
  • Renal failure, heart failure and liver failure diseases
  • Seizures, Stroke (hemorrhagic and Ischemic) and other life threatening neurological disorders