Intensive Care

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Intensive Care


The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Aktif International Hospital is dedicated to providing the highest level of care for patients with life-threatening or critically ill conditions. Our ICU is equipped with advanced medical technologies and staffed by a team of experts to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients.

Our Approach to Critical Care

We adopt a multidisciplinary approach to critical care, combining expert medical treatment with compassionate support. Our focus is on delivering individualized care, tailored to meet the specific needs of each patient in our ICU.

Comprehensive Intensive Care Services

Our ICU services cater to a wide range of critical conditions, including:

  • Severe respiratory distress and failure
  • Post-operative care for major surgeries
  • Management of complex infections and sepsis
  • Care for trauma and accident victims
  • Advanced cardiac life support
  • Neurological intensive care

Advanced Monitoring and Life-Support Technologies

Our ICU is equipped with state-of-the-art monitoring systems, ventilators, and other life-support technologies. These tools are essential for the continuous monitoring and treatment of critically ill patients, allowing for immediate interventions when necessary.

Our Team of Critical Care Experts

Our ICU team comprises experienced intensivists, critical care nurses, respiratory therapists, and other healthcare professionals. They are highly trained in the management of complex medical conditions and provide round-the-clock care.

Multidisciplinary Patient-centred Care

We emphasize a patient-centered approach, involving specialists from various departments as needed to provide comprehensive care. This includes collaboration with surgeons, cardiologists, neurologists, and other specialists.

Continuous Family Support and Communication

Understanding the stress and concern faced by families of critically ill patients, we provide continuous support and regular communication about the patient’s condition and progress. We also offer counselling and support services to help families cope during this challenging time.

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of patients are cared for in the ICU?

The ICU cares for patients with life-threatening illnesses or injuries that require constant monitoring and advanced medical care.

How is pain managed in the ICU?

Pain management is a critical aspect of ICU care. We use various medications and techniques to ensure patients are comfortable and their pain is effectively managed.

Can family members visit patients in the ICU?

Visitation policies in the ICU are designed to balance patient care needs with family involvement. We encourage family visits within the guidelines set for patient safety and care.

What is the role of an intensivist?

An intensivist is a physician with specialized training in critical care medicine. They oversee the care of ICU patients and coordinate with other specialists as needed.

How are decisions made about a patient’s care in the ICU?

Decisions about patient care are made collaboratively by the ICU team, involving input from various specialists, and in consultation with the patient’s family, respecting the patient’s wishes and medical needs.

What happens after a patient is discharged from the ICU?

Post-ICU care involves transitioning the patient to a less intensive level of care, such as a general ward, and planning for ongoing treatment, rehabilitation, or recovery as needed.

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