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Critical Care Unit | ICU

Critical Care Medicine (CCM) is a specialty that involves the management of patients with life threatening, frequently complex medical and surgical illnesses in a specialized Intensive Care Unit (ICU). A modern ICU represents the pinnacle of any hospital's approach to highly technological & sophisticated in-patient care. Each year, Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at GNH treats thousand severely ill patients using a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach to care. Under the leadership of qualified intensivist, a multidisciplinary team provides the depth and breadth of knowledge and expertise required to care for the wide array of illnesses and complex, multiple conditions seen in the ICU. Standards of care established by the Critical Care Center help ensure that patients receive optimum, coordinated care.

The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is a 18 bedded unit providing acute care for adult and geriatric critically ill medical patients. All beds are equipped with GE Multichannel physiological monitoring systems allowing close monitoring of patients both from the bedside and the central nursing station. The patient beds are totally motorized for enhanced patient comfort and care.

Physicians are equipped to deal with whatever problem a patient brings no matter how common or rare or how simple or complex they are. They are specially trained to solve puzzling diagnostic problems and can handle severe chronic illness and situation where several different illnesses may strike at the same time.

The nursing care too is focused to meet the psychological, physical and emotional needs of the patient.

ICU has round the clock access to microbiologists, Radiology and laboratory services, physiotherapy and dietary services, thus making them comprehensive and unique.

A lot of emphasis is also placed on areas like nurses training, standardizing care through clinical pathways and the identification of ethical and economic issues pertaining to critical care. The critical care units are equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic, monitoring and therapeutic devices.

The multidisciplinary staff is highly collaborative and supportive, working together to achieve the best patient outcomes possible. The care is directed by pulmonary intensivists who specialize in critical care medicine.

Diseases diagnosed and managed on this service include respiratory failure due to ARDS, pneumonia, COPD, asthma, neuromuscular diseases, shock, major pulmonary embolism, congestive heart failure, acute and chronic renal failure, upper and lower gastrointestinal hemorrhage, severe pancreatitis, liver failure, life-threatening infections, acute cerebral infarction, intracranial hemorrhage, and status epilepticus.

The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is committed to providing excellent patient-centered care with teamwork and compassion.