Trauma Care and Emergency is a very special health-care branch that deals only with the patients suffering from imminent life-threatening illnesses and critical injuries. It often requires spontaneous diagnosis, invasive monitoring and organ support to manage the crisis and ensure immediate survival. Typically, the staff-to-patient ratio is much higher in this unit as compared to others to ensure survivability of the patents.
Trauma care and emergency addresses the following accidental trauma and medical conditions
Many a times, the trauma care and emergency unit are classifieds according to levels, depending upon the severity of the patients.
At ILS Hospitals, the Trauma Care and Emergency Unit remains functional 24×7, equipped with high-end machines and staffed with very skilled doctors and nurses.
Emergency Medicine is a specialty dealing with emergency medical cases that are time-sensitive.
Here are some of the most common medical emergencies that people experience:
The following are emergency are rare as per count, but in case they occur, it requires emergency medical care as well.
The emergency medical team acts as the first-line care providers that manage the crisis. Upon stabilizing the patient, they might hand over the patients to more specific experts to rule out the risks of any long-term complications.
At ILS Hospitals, we have an expert medical team and equipment to deal with medical crisis. We are open 24*7 to address these medical emergencies.
Critical Care or Intensive Care is a very special healthcare domain that deals with only the patients suffering from imminent life-threatening illnesses and injuries. It often requires spontaneous diagnosis, invasive monitoring, and organ support, manage the crisis and ensure recovery.
In ILS Hospitals, the Intensive Care Unit must remain functional 24X7, equipped with high-end machines and staffed with very skilled doctors and nurses. Moreover, the staff to patient ratio is much higher in ICU as compared to other domains.
Apart from severe accidental trauma, medical conditions such as multiple organ failure and sepsis, sudden respiratory blockage, severe allergy, stroke, heart attack, etc. are also managed in ICUs.
A timely intervention of proper Intensive care can ensure the worst possible scenario can be mitigated with maximum effectiveness.
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