The department of Ruby Critical Care consists of 91 ICU beds. During the peak of the Covid crisis we increasd it to 102 beds. The team comprises of Consultant Intensivists, Pain physicians, Senior & Junior Doctors and highly efficient, experienced and well trained nursing & paramedical staff.
World class Infrastructure along with modern medical technology which made this department one of our centres of excellence.
Venepuncture / Central vein cannulation, Peripherally inserted Central venous Cannula
Peripheral artery cannulation - Blind and Ultrasound guided.
Pulmonary Artery catheterization
Trans esophageal Echocardiography
Basic and Advanced non invasive and invasive monitoring including ABG.
Nasotracheal and endotracheal intubations (Adult, Paediatric and Neonatal)
Management of difficult airway
Management of Ventilators and its accessories, High-frequency Oscillatory Ventilation (HFOV)
Transportation of critically ill patients
Trauma patient resuscitation
Peripheral ICU assessment, airway management, central venous cannula insertion.
Management of the critically ill, medical, surgical and trauma patients and intensive care
Septic shock, hypovolemic shock management
Antibiotics & antifungal prescriptions,
Dyselectrolytemia & acid base management
RRT( PD, HD & CCRT)
Nutrition in ICU (Enteral & Perenteral)
Management of tetanus Patients
Obstertic critical care and analgesia
Basic acute and chronic pain management.
Bedside ultrasonography in orbit, neck, airway, chest, abdomen, extremity and vascular
Intra Aortic Balloon Pump (IABP) & cardiopulmonary bypass
Epidural catheterization (Lumbar and Thoracic).
Critically ill medical patients proper assessment, diagnosis and managements such as septic shock with multi organ involvement, patients with severe antibiotic resistant infection.
Manage life threatening multiple organ problems appropriately.
Using Ultrasound as an assessment tool for critically ill patients with multi organ involvement.
Manage patients with respiratory failure like ventilation management, Prone ventilation
Post operative ICU Care after complicated surgery
Managing patients with acute kidney failure in ICU
Life saving bedside procedure like chest drain, tracheostomy etc.
All types of complicated trauma patient management in ICU
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