Critical care is an essential specialty of the hospital wherein medical attention is provided to seriously ill individuals who have been suffering from life-threatening health conditions such as trauma/injury, or organ failure. The Department of critical care at CK Birla RBH focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of critically ill patients. It houses all the cutting-edge life-supporting services like intensive monitoring, therapeutic, and diagnostic technologies that work round-the-clock in delivering the best quality, prompt, and efficient medical care to patients.
The center is working best with the medical assistance provided by a sophisticated and compassionate team of skilled, experienced, and board-certified intensivists, therapists, nutrition specialists, nursing staff, pharmacists, social workers, and consultants. The objective is to provide the optimal finest care to the patients through a multidisciplinary approach under a single roof with an emphasis on cost-effectiveness and ethical principles. The team works seamlessly with other specialty wings of the hospital like cardiology, neonatal, oncology, anesthetics, pediatric, neurology, surgeries, and organ transplant to provide personalized care to each patient.
The Department comprises senior consultants, junior consultants, and senior residents who are well experienced in critical care and are available 24x7. ICU is well staffed with adequately trained and well-experienced nurses to provide bedside monitoring and compassionate care to all the patients.
The diverse critical care centers acting as emergency care units are available in the hospital intending to manage all patients who are seriously ill with deadly health conditions or have surgical complications that are a result of major operations. These includes:
Some of the cutting-edge technologies available under this department include:
Our Latest Diagnostic Services:
Computed tomography- To provide scanned images of internal organs, blood vessels, and soft tissues.
Nuclear imaging- To provide images of the internal body system by detecting the radiations passed by the radioactive tracers present in different parts of the body to be visualized.
Holter test and Electrocardiography (ECG)- To check the electrical activity of the heart and its rhythm).
Ultrasound and Venous Doppler- To make use of ultrasound waves and produce the images inside of the body. Venous Doppler is specialized in creating images of blood vessels to get insight into the blood flow.
Echocardiography- To produce real-time pictures of the heart using sound waves.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)- To make a detailed study of the entire body system using a magnetic field and radio waves generated by computers.
Video bronchoscopy- To assess lung problems and reason for breathing difficulties.
Bronchoalveolar Lavage- To take lung sample for testing.
Electroencephalogram - To measure brain activity.