Critical care is for hospital patients with serious health problems who need intensive medical care and monitoring.
Critical care, as the name suggests is critical in survival of any seriously ill patient. These patients need the treatment decision of well-experienced doctors, monitoring by high-tech equipments, and care by experienced and empathetic staff. And the critical care facility of Shreya Hospital is always Ready.
Patients in intensive care units, also called ICUs, are cared for by a team of providers that may include:
- Specially trained nurses
- Respiratory therapists
- Care managers
- Physical and occupational therapists
- Other providers
Critical care is appropriate for hospital patients of every age who are severely ill.
Here are some common conditions that require critical care:
- Heart problems
- Lung problems
- Organ failure
- Brain trauma
- Blood infections (sepsis)
- Drug-resistant infections
- Serious injury (car crash, burns)