Department of critical care

Critical Care Unit

Intensive care, commonly addressed as Critical Care, treats patients suffering from grave illnesses that could be dangerous or life-threatening. In simple terms, critical care is provided in life-threatening situations and is called various terms such as Critical Care Unit (CCU), Intensive Therapy Unit (ITU), and so on. Being an integrated specialty, Critical Care involves highly experienced professionals providing treatment that leads to a healthy outcome for the patient. Classic examples of illnesses requiring critical care would include stroke, trauma care, heart attack, surgical complications, accidents (road and industrial), and many others.

Emergency unit and trauma care

L auded for its excellence in trauma cases critical care department at Medway is equipped with the latest devices and expansive ICU (Intensive Care Unit), and the integrative team of doctors works 24*7 for patients' improvement. Additionally, the department has a separate ICU exclusive for infection control and implementing rigorous measures for patient safety and protection - all under one roof.

Medway Hospitals offers efficient ICU treatments for a rainbow of critical conditions, including

  • Serious Accident
  • Head Injury
  • Severe Third-Degree Burn
  • Heart Attack
  • Stroke
  • Blood Poisoning
  • Pneumonia

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Critical care interventions are designed to help a patient survive a life-threatening illness. The goal is to provide causal treatment of the underlying condition or allow spontaneous healing, thus allowing the patient to return to an appropriate living environment.
Critical care is the medical care of people with life-threatening injuries and illnesses. It is usually done in an intensive care unit (ICU). A team of specially trained healthcare providers will take care of you around the clock. This also includes the use of machines to constantly monitor your vital signs.
Critical care is also referred to as in-depth care. Critical care remedy takes location in an intensive care unit (ICU) in a hospital. Patients can also additionally have an extreme infection or injury. In the ICU, sufferers get round-the-clock care with the aid of using a specifically skilled team.

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