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Critical Care Services in Hyderabad

Apollo Hospitals Jubilee Hills has one of the largest intensive care units in this country. The campus is truly a health city with every possible specialisation and area of medicine from molecular biology to advanced neurosurgery represented. The critical care units are highly sophisticated and state of the art. They have individual equipment for each patient for continuous monitoring of vital parameters at all times. Highly trained doctors with international experience and qualifications as well as superb nurses and ancillary personnel work together as a cohesive team to achieve the best possible world-class care.

Many miracles of modern medicine have been catalysed by the determination and scientific approach to care at Apollo Hospitals Jubilee Hills. As a tertiary care Center, there is round the clock availability of specialists for serving the needs of our patients who come from around India and other continents including Africa, Europe, Australia and North America. Special services for international patients including ready availability of translators for languages like Arabic for example allow us to keep both the patient and the family always informed and comfortable.

The intensive care unit is a place of rapid action and rapid decisions but these are made with a multidisciplinary approach. Experts in pulmonology, nutrition science, physiotherapy, pharmacology, rehabilitation, anaesthesia, radiology as well as social work coordinate with the intensive care unit physicians and nurses to provide a seamless approach to saving lives.

Our mission is to heal and comfort always and we will work tirelessly using the state of the art evidence-based medicine to bring back function and productive life to our patients. We are here to serve.

Critical Care Unit in Hyderabad has been successfully providing extensive critical care services for more than 2,000 patients every year who suffer from life-threatening medical conditions such as acute respiratory distress syndrome, severe pneumonia, stroke, acute renal failure, and shock. Our team comprises of Critical Care specialists who specialize in emergency life-saving and management of severe complications which arise from different diseases. In Apollo Health City Hospital, Hyderabad, we have physicians from different field of expertise working in the Intensive Care Unit round the clock to provide the utmost care to the patients.

The Intensive Care Unit in Hyderabad has a wide range of sophisticated medical equipment for the management of critical situations. Apart from that, we have a group of well-trained nurses who are committed to providing top quality bedside care to our patients. The critical care unit is strongly supported by a comprehensive team of pharmacists, dietitians, physiotherapists, psychologists and volunteers.

Our researchers have conducted thorough research on acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease for the past decade and have participated in various clinical studies for the improvement of its management. Our advanced supportive devices include Mechanical Ventilation, Airway Pressure Ventilation Release (APVR), Inhaled Nitric Oxide and Prostacyclin and Extra-Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation(ECMO).

Our aim is to:

  • Provide top-notch quality patient care with compassion and dedication.
  • Transcend the state of critical care unit through academic research and clinical trial and to prove what critical care unit is capable of achieving at its peak.
  • Educate residents and other medical personnel with regard to the knowledge and practical skills of critical care medicine in order to propel the unit as a whole.

We achieve this goal through our commitment to ensuring the well-being of the patient, regardless of illness severity, whose problems motivate us to promote research betterment and whose experiences serve as our learning ground.

 

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