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Deptt. of CCU and ICU

All about CCU and ICU:

Critical care (also known as Intensive Care) is the multi-professional healthcare specialty that cares for patients with acute, life-threatening illnesses or injuries. Most of us will experience a critical illness or injury, either as the patient, family member, or friend of a patient.

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Deptt. of CCU and ICU

All about CCU and ICU:

Critical care (also known as Intensive Care) is the multi-professional healthcare specialty that cares for patients with acute, life-threatening illnesses or injuries. Most of us will experience a critical illness or injury, either as the patient, family member, or friend of a patient.

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What happens at ICU and CCU?

ICU and CCU provide 24-hour care for individuals with life-threatening conditions. The ICU can be unnerving for admitted patients and their families or friends.

Often, this nervousness is caused by the life support machines—the many wires, tubes, lines, and loud monitoring equipment in the ICU. Much of the time, patients will be connected to a large variety of machines, such as a vitals monitor, so staff can pay close attention to them. They may be attached to a ventilator if they have trouble breathing.

What happens at ICU and CCU?

ICU and CCU provide 24-hour care for individuals with life-threatening conditions. The ICU can be unnerving for admitted patients and their families or friends.

Often, this nervousness is caused by the life support machines—the many wires, tubes, lines, and loud monitoring equipment in the ICU. Much of the time, patients will be connected to a large variety of machines, such as a vitals monitor, so staff can pay close attention to them. They may be attached to a ventilator if they have trouble breathing.

When intensive care is needed

Intensive care is needed if someone is seriously ill and requires intensive treatment and close monitoring, or if they’re having surgery and intensive care can help them recover. Most people on an ICU have problems with one or more organs. For example, they may be unable to breathe on their own. There are many different conditions and situations that can mean someone needs intensive care. Some common reasons include:
Major Accidents
Short-term condition
Major Surgery
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A serious accident
Accidents at Work. You may have been involved in an accident whilst at work.
1. Slip/Trip Claims (public liability)
2. Industrial Diseases and Illnesses
3. Road incidents
4. Accidents Abroad
5. Accidents involving Animals
6. Sports-Related Injuries
7. Clinical Negligence

A serious short-term condition

A serious short-term condition – such as a heart attack or a stroke
A serious infection – such as sepsis (blood poisoning) or severe pneumonia

Major surgery

This can either be a planned part of your recovery, or an emergency measure if there are complications.
Many different surgeries fall into this category. They include:
1. Cesarean section 
2. Organ replacement 
3. Joint replacement 
4. Full hysterectomy
5. Heart surgeries
6. Bariatric surgeries, including the gastric bypass
While some of these procedures may be able to be performed in less invasive ways, they still involve major trauma to the body and can have long-lasting complications.
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Dr. Maninderjit Bhathal DNB (Anaesthesiology) IDCCM
Dr. Parul Narula (MD Anaesthesiology)

Causes

Alcohol and tobacco use (including smokeless tobacco, sometimes called “chewing tobacco” or “snuff”) are the two most important risk factors for head and neck cancers, especially cancers of the oral cavity, oropharynx, hypopharynx, and larynx. Following are the causes of Head and Neck Cancer:

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What We Treat at Grecian ?

The critical care unit (CCU) provides specialized, round-the-clock care for patients with serious medical conditions. Learning that you or someone you love needs to be admitted to the CCU can be stressful, but you can take comfort knowing that this is the best place for a patient to receive the dedicated medical service they need. Patients in the CCU are monitored 24/7 by specially trained clinicians who keep a close watch on each patient’s vital signs. If any abnormalities or warning signs arise, our medical professionals can act at a moment’s notice to ensure the patient gets the treatment they need.

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS)

Chemical Worker's Lung

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Coal Workers' Pneumoconiosis (Black Lung Disease)

Community-Acquired Pneumonia (CAP)

Nosocomial Pneumonia

Tobacco Worker's Lung.

Heart Failures

Cerebral Edema

Intracranial hemorrhage

Critical Care

Critical Care is a high-quality, peer-reviewed, international clinical medical journal. Critical Care aims to improve the care of critically ill patients by acquiring, discussing, distributing, and promoting evidence-based information relevant to intensivists. Critical Care aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the intensive care field.

Patients are rarely admitted directly to the critical care unit. Rather, they are usually admitted from the emergency room, or surgical area where they are first given care and stabilized. The continuum of critical care begins at the moment of illness or injury and continues throughout the patient’s hospitalization, treatment and subsequent recovery.

intensive care is needed

Intensive care refers to the specialized treatment given to patients who are acutely unwell and require critical medical care.
Intensive care is needed if someone is seriously ill and requires intensive treatment and close monitoring, or if they’re having surgery and intensive care can help them recover.
Most people in an ICU have problems with one or more organs. For example, they may be unable to breathe on their own.

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Hospital has the best team of doctors. They explained things well before the treatment. I was under constant supervision post op. Taking appointments are also easy. Food, housekeeping, front office and security are really cooperative. Cleanliness.. Amazing

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Dr. Maninderjit Bhathal

IDCCM

DNB

(Anaesthesiology)

IDCCM

Dr. Parul Narula

(Anaesthesiology)

MD

Anaesthesiology

(Anaesthesiology)

Dr. Jagdeep Singh Sabharwal

DM (Cardiology)

Dr. Jagdeep Singh Sabharwal

DM (Cardiology)

HOD & Sr. Consultant

Dr. Gurdarshan Singh Natt

Consultant

Dr. Gurdarshan Singh Natt

MBBS, MS Orthopedics

Consultant