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The Department of Critical Care at Bhrungi Hospitals provides specialized care for people who have experienced major surgery or trauma, as well as those with other serious medical needs. The full spectrum of critical care services is provided by doctors and other medical professionals specially trained in critical care (called intensivists) who are present in Bhrungi Hospitals 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Offering the best critical care services, the team at Bhrungi Hospitals is ready to take on all cases of severe illness and traumatic injuries with equal efficiency and care. Comprising dedicated experts greatly skilled in critical care management who are ably supported by ACLS trained nursing and paramedical staff, the team operates on a 24×7 basis.
The Department has access to advanced imaging and diagnostic services, 24-hour pharmacy, ventilators dialysis machines, central monitoring systems, comprehensive laboratory services, blood bank and high-tech operating theatres, to provide world class critical care that meets the highest medical protocols.
At Bhrungi, our endeavor to provide the Best Critical Care Hospital in BN Reddy Nagar is enabled by a team-based approach. Critical care doctors lead a team of highly experienced professionals, who use their specialized expertise, ability to interpret important therapeutic information, access to advanced equipment and the services of support staff, to provide high quality critical care that leads to the best patient outcomes. The critical care doctors also work closely with doctors from other specialities such as anaesthesiology, pulmonary medicine, cardiovascular medicine, neurosurgery, neurology, nephrology, paediatrics and surgery. Together, the team provides high-quality and safe critical care in operating theatres and ICUs.
Other Critical Illnesses
Critical Care Team
To successfully handle all types of emergency situations and deliver specialized treatment for a variety of conditions, Bhrungi has built-up a multidisciplinary team whose coordinated expertise is available round-the-clock. The team broadly comprises:
Intensivists (Critical Care Specialists)
Intensivists are assigned to the ICU on a full-time basis and work with other critical care team members to provide patients with continuous, consistent care. They know how specific treatments affect all the organ systems, avoid duplication of procedures and medications, and discuss the patient’s preferences regarding medical treatment.
Critical Care Nurses
Critical care nurses are the mainstay of the team. Not only do they provide a high level of skilled nursing for total patient care but also enable communication between all those involved in the care of the patient. Their expertise and constant presence allows early recognition of subtle, but significant, changes in the patient’s medical status, ensuring timely intervention to prevent deterioration in the condition and minimize the risk of complications.
Pharmacist or Clinical Pharmacologist
A specialist in the science and clinical use of medications, a Clinical Pharmacologist with speciality training in the ICU, recognizes the specific needs and problems of critical care patients. He/she works with other members of the healthcare team to deliver medication therapy that is effective and safe.
A key member of the medical team that consults with physicians, nurses, therapists, and family members in the ICU, the dietician chalks out ways to enhance the nutritional health of the critical care patient to help in faster, better recovery.
As part of the critical care team, the Respiratory Therapist monitors and promotes airway management of the patient. This entails various modalities such as oxygen therapy, mechanical ventilation management, aerosol medication therapy, and cardio-respiratory monitoring.
Physiotherapist and Occupational Therapist
While the physical therapist helps restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities, the occupational therapist makes a complete evaluation of the impact of the disease on the activities of the critical care patient at home, in work situations, and recreational activities. Both coordinate with the healthcare team to work towards reducing the physical and psychological disability of the patient.
To provide the Best Critical Care Hospital in BN Reddy Nagar, Bhrungi is well-served by the state-of-the-art infrastructure at the hospital that goes a long way towards enhancing the expertise of our specialists in critical care.
To provide the best critical care services near you, Bhrungi is well-served by the state-of-the-art infrastructure at the hospital that goes a long way towards enhancing the expertise of our specialists in critical care.
Intensive Care Unit (ICU)”
The ICU at Bhrungi Hospitals is equipped with high-tech specialised facilities for close monitoring, rapid intervention and, in certain cases, extended treatment of patients with acute organ dysfunction and life-threatening conditions.
With a dedicated team providing round-the-clock critical care, the ICU has sophisticated systems like hemodynamic monitors, ICP monitors, IAP monitors, ventilators, and defibrillators to maintain the patient’s vital functions. Besides, our advanced diagnostic services are available 24×7 to support the activities of the critical care team.
To provide specialized care in an ICU setting, Bhrungi also has:
- Medical Intensive Care Unit – for the care of patients with medical conditions requiring frequent observation, specialized monitoring and medical treatment.
- Surgical Intensive Care Unit – for the management of postoperative patients who have undergone complex surgery, organ transplantation, neurosurgery, high risk delivery etc., and who require continuous monitoring or life support.
High Dependency Unit (HDU)
For improved outcomes and better management of critical care patients, Bhrungi provides the services of a High Dependency Unit. In simple terms, an HDU could be described as a bridge between the ICU and wards. While the level of care is not as intensive as in an ICU, it is much higher than that in a ward. It is appropriate for patients who have been stabilized in the ICU or who have undergone major surgery or who are suffering from single organ failure.
Sophisticated Life Support Systems
Intensive Monitoring Systems
Respiratory Support Systems
Advanced equipment for Cardiac and