The department is equipped with all facilities and handled with care. All of our departments have well-integrated services.
We at Choithram Memorial Hospital offer a separate intensive care unit for all patients. Intensive care units (ICUs) have a very simple purpose, even though their practice seems complicated at first glance. A patient is kept in the ICU when the health condition becomes vulnerable. Our doctors, surgeons and nurses, who work in the ICU, routinely rotate through the departments to provide intensive monitoring and medical treatment to patients day and night.
Those admitted to the intensive care unit have life-threatening injuries or diseases. In intensive care, patients can only be transferred to the ward if their condition stabilizes.
Get 24/7 medical attention at Choithram’s Intensive Care Unit
In potentially life-threatening conditions, we provide 24/7 care to patients who require continuous monitoring by a multidisciplinary team. In cases such as hemodynamic instability (hypertension/hypotension), airway or respiratory compromises (such as ventilator support), acute renal failure, potentially lethal cardiac arrhythmias, multiple organ system failures, or when a patient is deemed too unstable, we even move them to a highly intensively monitored unit immediately.
Our Intensive Care Unit is highly technologically advanced and resource-intensive, integrating a wide range of specialties and technologies, holding out hope for patients who are acutely and critically ill. Intensive care unit (ICU), in Choithram Memorial Hospitals, holds unwavering commitment, precision, and synchronized teamwork for the well-being of patients.
Adequate Resources to Support Emergency
There is an exponential increase in medical emergencies every day. The number of acute cases in Indian hospitals is increasing as a result of traumas, and medical, surgical, gynecological, and pediatric emergencies. Hence, adequate resources are required, including well-equipped and sophisticated emergency rooms manned with agile doctors, paramedics, and staff nurses capable of handling a wide range of situations.
Emergency care does not begin and end in the emergency room because emergencies may happen anywhere and everywhere, so comprehensive care from pre-hospital support through patient transfer to the intensive care unit is necessary. As part of our 24/7 services, we have highly qualified consultants, who take the whole responsibility to manage our critical care area.
Facilities and services
Critical care facilities available at Choithram Memorial Hospitals are:
Severe injury (such as burns, road accidents, etc.)
Specialist intensive care for cardiovascular, neurological and similar conditions
Surgical intensive care
Neonatal intensive care
All our facilities include: Respirators/ventilators - Cardiac monitors (heart rate, BP) –Infusion pumps - Sedatives & Anaesthetics (for severe pain) - Defibrillator (to restart the heart) - Emergency tracheostomy (for respiratory emergencies)
Dedicated Team At Your Service
There is a dedicated team of intensive care doctors, nurses, and paramedics who are guided by Specialist.
Equipment for the ICU
The equipment in the ICU is mostly aimed at providing life support and supporting different organs in the body (such as the lungs, the heart, and the kidneys). Some of these include, but are not limited to: