Treatment, observation, and intervention in the main systems of intensive care are normally done system by system: cardiovascular system, central nervous system, endocrine system, gastrointestinal system, renal system, and respiratory system. It also looks at psychological wellbeing, pressure points, mobilisation and physiotherapy, and secondary infections, among other things.

Patients receive a wide range of medical, cardiac, surgical, and trauma critical care services from our critical care team. The intensivists are highly trained, specialized in a variety of medical and surgical specialties, and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Nursing care is tailored to the patient’s psychological, physical, and emotional needs. The facilities are set up in such a way that continuous monitoring is possible. Almost all of the patients are visible to the nursing staff and physicians at all times. Each bed is equipped with cutting-edge technology for monitoring vital signs. At the bedside, both invasive and minor surgical operations are performed. Dialysis at the bedside, bronchoscopy, endoscopy, echocardiography, and ultrasonography are all available.

Nurse training, standardising treatment across clinical pathways, identifying ethical and economic problems relating to Critical Care, handling the in- hospital climate, infection prevention, and end-of-life care are all fields that obtain a lot of attention.