Critical Care Units at Kothari Medical Centre are dedicated to the management of critically ill and post-operative complex surgical patients. Critical care helps people with life-threatening injuries and illnesses. It can treat complications from surgery, accidents, infections, and severe breathing problems. It involves close, constant attention by a team of specially-trained health care providers. Critical care usually takes place in an intensive care unit (ICU) or trauma center.
- Kothari Critical Care has 31 beds along with isolation cubicles with 1:1 nursing ratio round the clock
- Each bed (equipped with bed sore preventing air mattress installation) has a window with a view to reduce ICU disorientation
- All beds have easy Physician / Nurse access
- Strict vigilance is ensured over hand washing methods to reduce hospital acquired infections
- All patients undergo high end monitoring
- There is ready access to advanced mechanical ventilators for Invasive / Non invasive artificial respiration, Dialysis, IABP, LVAD etc.
- The critical care units are manned round the clock by in-house dedicated team of highly qualified Intensivists and Registrars to provide best-of-class care to very sick patients of all age groups of varying illnesses.
- We also have experienced care for fragile infants
- Each year thousands of patients are treated in the Kothari Intensive Care Unit (ICU). These units are designed to deliver the highest of medical and nursing care to the most-ill patients. Some less-ill patients may also be admitted to ICU either for elective surgery or for elective monitoring of their condition
- Some notable features include – Round-the-clock bed side Ultrasonography, Doppler examination, Imaging facility and supervision by experienced and qualified intensivist and Senior Registrars;1:1 Patient Nurse ratio; Advanced hemodynamic, ICP, IAP monitoring; Advanced invasive / non invasive ventilation
- There are dedicated ICU beds for different subspecialties; BIPAP for COPD Patients
- Bedside Hemodialysis (SLED Dialysis)
- Controlled hypothermia
- Trauma ICU
- Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU)
- NICU with the latest Nitric Oxide and High Frequency Ventilators
- LED Phototherapy
The Unit has dedicated beds for –
- Postoperative/ Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU)
- Medical Intensive Care (MICU)
- Cardiac Care Unit (CCU)
- Step-down/High Dependency Unit (HDU)