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Department of Intensive care

Doctors in the critical care area can no more offer help to their patients single-handed. The patient who is affected by life threatening conditions like acute respiratory failure, cardiac failure or deep coma etc. needs the undivided attention of somebody who should take over his respiration, control his intake of fluid and watching him minute by minute, day by day, and even weeks. Team of doctors can do this. 
Among this specialized technique we can enumerate continuous artificial ventilation, supporting the circulation, management of shock and renal dialysis. The utilization of this unit in the management of criticailly ill patient improved the outcome by reduction in expected mortality . The Unit has following major characteristics: (1) space, equipment and working staff and (2) continuous service and care all around the clock 24 hours  including all the following: instantaneous monitoring of cardiovascular parameter, respiratory function, renal function and the nervous system status.
The Patients Who Benefit from this Unit are

  1. Patients of myocardial infarction who usually need continuous cardiovascular monitoring.

  2. Patients who needs artificial ventilation, cardiovascular support and renal support.

  3. Patients with major metabolic disturbances like patient with uncontrolled diabetes mellitus or patient after major abdominal surgeries.

  4. Patients with major trauma like patients with head injuries, chest injuries and other multiple injuries.

  5. Disaster medicine victims who are affected by multiple injuries.

We Have:-

  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
  • Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)
  • Coronary Care Unit (CCU) - Also known as Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU)
  • Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) - Also known as the Post-Operative Recovery Unit, or Recovery Room, the PACU provides immediate post-op observation and stabilisation of patients following surgical operations and anesthesia. Patient's are usually held in such facilities for a limited amount of time, and must meet a set physiological criteria before transfer back to a ward with a qualified nurse escort takes place. Due to high patient flow in Recovery Units, and owing to the bed management cycle, if a patient breaches a time frame and is too unstable to be transferred back to a ward, they are normally transferred to a High Dependency Unit (HDU) or Post-Operative Critical Care Unit (POCCU) for closer observation.

Doctor With This Department
DoctorName: Dr. Rajeev Sharma
Education:MBBS,MD (Medicine)
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Doctor With This Department
DoctorName: Dr. Sandeep Jain
Education:MBBS, MD (Medicine)
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Doctor With This Department
DoctorName: Dr. Lalit Goyal
Education:MBBS,DA (Anaesthesia)
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Doctor With This Department
DoctorName: Dr. Amit Jain
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10.00AM To 2.00PM
Kota Heart Institute & Multi Speciality Hospital
10A Talwandi, KOTA-324005(Raj.)
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