The team of Critical Care unit at Medanta constitutes a devoted team of anaesthesiology and surgical intensivists, critical care nurse practitioners, and respiratory therapists. All our Intensive Care Units, High Dependency Units and Post-Operative Recovery rooms are well-equipped and closely supervised with stringent infection control and isolation protocols.
ICCU’s team include cardiologists, neurologists, gastroenterologists, internal medicine physicians, nurses and technicians specifically trained in intensive cardiac care to centralise the treatment of patients recovering from critical ailments. The facility is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and has a capacity of 300 ICU beds. The beds are fully motorised with anti-bed sore technology. It is also equipped with advance technologies like advance haemodynamic, ICP, IAP monitors, advanced ventilators for invasive and non-invasive artificial respiration, crash cart with defibrillators, and round-the-clock bedside ultrasonography (FAST), transthoracic echo, and trans-esophageal echo (TEE).
Patients who need high-level monitoring and management of their condition, including single organ failure that is expected to improve with a short stay in a High Dependency Unit. HDU is functionally a step-down ICU to care for patients until bodily functions are stabilised. The care provided to the patients is at an intermediate clinical level with expert medical and nursing care and monitoring facilities. All the facilities of a full state ICU are at the ready to deal with any contingent complication for a patient in HDU. The HDU is specifically staffed and equipped with four bed units and a nurse assigned to each unit for monitoring the patient.