The Intensive Care Unit or ICU at Hameed Latif Hospital provides both patients and their families with top-level care in an environment of kindness, dignity, and respect. Our multidisciplinary approach to patient care ensures that every aspect of treatment is carefully planned within a comfortable and safe environment.
These are the areas of the hospitals that are specially staffed, equipped, and designed to closely monitor and treat patients with life-threatening conditions. For this reason, nursing care will be much more intense, and patients will be reviewed by different teams regularly. The Critical Care Team provides a high degree of specialized care, vigilant monitoring, and individual attention for a wide range of medical and surgical problems, including those with bariatric, gynecological, obstetric, trauma, renal, neurological, and cardiac problems.
The wider multidisciplinary team includes a dedicated critical care pharmacist, a dietitian, a team of physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, and consultants from various medical and surgical specialties.
- What is Intensive Care and who might need it?
Intensive Care – is a multidisciplinary healthcare unit responsible for providing care to people with life-threatening conditions. Patients in these units need specialist treatment because one or more of their body systems, such as the heart, lungs, or kidneys, are not working properly. As these patients are often extremely sick, they will have much greater care needs than those patients being cared for in general wards or private rooms within the hospital.
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