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Critical Care Medicine

The Department of Critical Care Medicine at Citizens Specialty Hospital is one of the most advanced and well-equipped facilities for providing customized and concentrated healthcare facilities to critically ill patients. Patients suffering from life-threatening conditions are admitted to this department. The physicians and paramedical staff aim to improve the patient's condition and stabilize vital organ functions.

The patients are provided guideline-based treatment backed up by authentic evidence. The team of doctors and supporting staff are skilled, extensively trained, and highly efficient in delivering healthcare services of the highest standards.

Patients admitted to our ICUs are also well supported by a team of multi-specialty medical and surgical consultants, whose services are available round the clock. Our team is also experienced in treating patients with multiple organ failure (MOF) and in communicating with and counseling patients and their families, particularly in palliative care.

The hospital is equipped with advanced and customized intensive care units. These include Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU), Pediatric Intensive Care Unit & Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (PICU & NICU), Cath Lab and Coronary Intensive Care Unit (CICU), and High Dependency Unit (HDU).

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Several life-threatening conditions are required to be treated in the critical care department. Some of the medical conditions include acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), multiple organ failure, acute respiratory failure, metabolic disorder, septic shock, drug overdose, stroke, traumatic brain injury, intracranial hemorrhage, dengue shock syndrome, complicated malaria, influenza (flu), pneumonia, heart failure and cardiogenic shock management, cerebral edema, abdominal sepsis, acute liver failure, acute and chronic kidney disease, and pulmonary embolism.

Emergency medicine department diagnose, treat, and care for those patients who experience acute and life-threatening conditions, and there is an immediate need to stabilize their condition. However, the critical care department takes care of patients requiring continuous supervision of the doctors as their condition may change anytime. Once stabilized in the emergency room, patients may be shifted to the critical care unit for further monitoring.

Sepsis, severe sepsis, and septic shock in patients are diagnosed depending on the severity of the condition. Sepsis is a condition in which the patients have a serious infection that may result in critical illness. Patients with sepsis experience high heart rates, rapid breathing, and fever. Severe sepsis is a condition characterized by organ damage due to infection. In septic shock, the blood pressure of the patient drops to dangerously low levels, and the patient has multiple organ failures.