Critical care services are provided to patients who are at the risk of immediate life-threatening conditions in which vital organs are involved. Our goal is to maintain the vital organ system functioning and improve the patient’s condition using advanced diagnostic and therapeutic technology.
Critical care units are specially staffed, equipped and designed to closely monitor and treat patients with life-threatening conditions. Patients may need specialist treatment because one or more of their body systems, such as their heart, lung or kidneys, may not be working properly. Critical Care monitoring includes hemodynamic, cardiac, pulse oximetry, and ventilator support.
SHACCS provides 24/7 critical and intensive care; and bedside service at our partner hospitals for patients who are critically ill, high dependency cases post a major surgery, high risk patients, patients with multi-organ failure and acutely ill patients. Services include the provision of medical assessment and diagnosis, respiratory and cardiovascular support and infection control. The team has medical knowledge and technical expertise to deal with many emergency and trauma situations. They provide airway management, cardiac and pulmonary resuscitation, advanced life support and pain control.