Critical Care Medicine
The Critical Care Unit at Yashoda Hopitals is a world-class facility that aims to provide excellence in emergency critical care medicine. Dial 105910 in case of any emergency.
As an emergency hospital, our services are available 24x7 with the combined expertise of research, clinical expertise, and patient care streamlined to deliver specialized treatment for a variety of conditions. The multidisciplinary team of paramedics, nurses, emergency physicians, trauma experts, surgeons and doctors from various specialities take care of thousands of patients annually, helping them recover good health and return to normal life.
Our Critical Care Unit is equipped with the latest technology and can handle all types of emergency situations with expertise and care. Our team adheres to world-class standards of treatment and care. We complement this expertise with advanced ICU beds that are specially designed to monitor physiological information of critically ill patients and ensure their safety with easy access to diagnostics and appropriate treatment.
Our round-the-clock services have successfully treated a vast range of conditions. These include post-surgical cases, diseases like malaria and dengue fever, multi-organ failure, cardiac arrests, strokes, and various other diseases.
Health Blogs for Critical Care
Is sepsis always life-threatening?
Feb 08, 2019 16:19
In India, 34% of people with sepsis die in the intensive care unit. Globally, sepsis is attributed to causing deaths greater than those caused by heart diseases and stroke combined. Despite these grave consequences, fewer people know about sepsis. Early detection of infection and timely treatment can save lives.
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
Jul 19, 2017 22:46
ARDS is a critical condition when there is fluid build up in the lungs Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome is a condition where fluid collects in the lungs preventing oxygen from reaching the rest of the organs. It is a life threatening lung condition and progresses rather quickly, but is generally treatable and can be recovered […]