Welcome to the Department of Critical Care at Kothari Medical Centre. Our hospital’s critical care unit is a specialized area devoted to the care and observation of patients with life-threatening illnesses. This department provides round-the-clock care and advanced medical equipment. It is staffed by a group of highly qualified healthcare experts, including critical care nurses, intensivists, and respiratory therapists.
For patients in critical situations, such as those recovering from surgery, dealing with severe illnesses, or needing mechanical ventilation, it offers comprehensive support. Our critical care unit makes sure that timely interventions, ongoing observation, and a multidisciplinary approach are used to give the highest standard of medical care while attempting to save lives and encourage the best possible recovery.
Why choose us?
- Kothari Critical Care has 31 beds along with isolation cubicles. Beds (equipped with bed sore preventing air mattress installation) have a window with a view to reduce ICU disorientation.
- 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.
- The department is staffed by a multidisciplinary team, including intensivists (physicians specialized in critical care), nurses, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, dietitians, and other healthcare professionals. This team works collaboratively to provide comprehensive care to patients.
The Packages of Convenience
Patients with life-threatening illnesses or injuries receive urgent medical care from the Department of Critical Care, a specialized section of a hospital.
Patients in the critical care unit often have serious illnesses that demand for close observation and specialized care, such as cardiac arrest, respiratory failure, severe infections, trauma, or post-operative complications.
A wide range of services are offered by the Critical Care Department, including ongoing vital sign monitoring, mechanical breathing, organ support (such as kidney dialysis), advanced life-saving procedures, and specialized nursing care.
Hospitals may have different visitation procedures, but most ICUs have set visiting times and rules to protect patient privacy. The number of visits may be limited, and most visitors are confined to immediate family members or specific people.
ICUs are furnished with advanced medical equipment to help critically sick patients, such as ventilators, heart monitors, infusion pumps, dialysis machines, and specialized beds. These equipment aid in providing precise monitoring and care.