Trauma & Critical Care

Illness might be common, but there are certain times when immediate medical attention is necessary. When your health condition is very serious, or you are in some sort of an emergency in terms of health, you are rushed to the emergency room or trauma, after which you are kept under observation at the critical care unit.

Trauma Treatment

A critical care unit is led by a team of intensive care specialists called intensivists, who also specialise in trauma treatment. An extensively skilled and staff trained in intensive care, including respiratory therapists and nurses, support the intensivists in the intensive care units. Our team of intensivists at Medisys Hospitals believe that health is the first priority, and we aspire to offer the best treatments and care for all our patients.

What does a critical care unit in a hospital deal with?

A critical care unit meets the needs of the patients who face immediate life-threatening health conditions, in which the vital organs of the body are at a high risk of failing. It is designed in a specific manner where the patient will be kept under constant observation for response and recovery, with advanced monitoring, diagnostic, and therapeutic technology. The main aim of an intensive care unit and trauma treatment centers is to sustain and maintain the organ system and its functioning, and improve the patient’s condition so that the underlying illness or trauma caused to the patient can be treated with more ease.

The critical care unit at Medisys Hospitals is equipped with cutting edge technology for crucial medical treatments for patients who are critically ill. Our critical care centre provides patients with constant medical attention and support to keep their body functioning with the help of our high degree of medical expertise, constant access to highly trained nurses and specialised monitoring equipment.

The critical care unit at Medisys Hospitals also provides a specialised team of healthcare professionals for adult, paediatric, and geriatric intensive care and monitoring. Hence, critical care units are considered to play a significant role in treatment of acute illnesses.

Facilities at Medisys Hospital are as follows:

60-Bedded ICU designated for:

  • MICU
  • SICU
  • Neuro
  • CCU
  • PICU

Diagnostic facilities:

  • ETCO2 Monitors
  • Ventilators / Portable Ventilators
  • Mobile Ultrasound
  • Phototherapy
  • Fetal Dopplers

Our ICUs caters for:

  • Complications from surgery, accidents, infections
  • Nervous disorders
  • Heart conditions
  • Babies born with complications during birth
  • Acute Liver Failure
  • Chronic Pancreatitis
  • Blood Gas Analyzer
  • Mobile X-Rays
  • Mobile ECHO
  • Warmers
  • Humidifiers