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Intensive & Critical Care

Intensive care medicine or critical care medicine is one of the most important branch of medicine concerned with the diagnosis and management of life-threatening conditions which requires sophisticated technology support and invasive monitoring along with the expert care.

Common equipment in an intensive care unit includes mechanical ventilation to assist breathing; dialysis equipment for acute renal failure; monitoring equipment; intravenous lines for drug infusions fluids or total parenteral nutrition, nasogastric tubes, suction pumps, drains and catheters; and a wide array of drugs including inotropes, sedatives, broad spectrum antibiotics and analgesics.

Critical care department at Zydus Hospital, Anand is equipped with most advanced therapeutic and monitoring equipment. It provides critical care services round the clock with a team of highly qualified, skilled and experienced consultants and ACLS trained nurses.

We also provide retrieval services to patients from other hospitals/nursing homes that do not have similar facilities. It involves transporting critically ill patients from other healthcare facilities in a well-equipped ambulance with a team including an ICU consultant and ACLS trained nurse.

Features and Services

  • Availability of round the clock critical care expert
  • Surgical Intensive care unit (SICU)
  • Medical Intensive care unit (MICU)
  • Critical Care Unit (CCU)
  • Neonatal Intensive care unit (NICU)
  • 1:1 Nurse to patient ratio
  • Fully motorised ICU beds with 5 way movement functions, Nurse call system, Code blue System and 6 parameter monitoring.
  • Equipped with 57 world class monitors and 18 ventilators.
  • Best low energy biphasic defibrillators with pacing facilities.
  • Central ICU stations equipped with web viewer

Treatments and Procedures

  • Continuous monitoring for critically ill or injured patients
  • Life support measures for patients with multi organ failure
  • Post-operative care to critically ill, surgical patients
  • Non-invasive and invasive ventilation
  • Dialysis, percutaneous tracheostomies, chest drain insertions and fibre optic bronchoscopies
  • Multidisciplinary meetings for complicated patients
  • Retrieval services (CPR)