ICU (Intensive Care Unit)
The hospitals have ICU units, and its structure is in accordance with the latest global standards, and with the provision of sterile air purifying devices and the use of natural light, a suitable environment for patients is provided.
The ICU is equipped with the most advanced equipment and central monitoring which is ready to accept and provide services to ill patients within 24 hours. The experienced and compassionate personnel of this department regularly receive the necessary training during internal hospitals conferences, outside hospitals conferences or public conferences. Anesthesiologists are available 24 hours a day in ICU.
ICU Section Special Services
- Patients get 2 to 3 baths at least once a week.
- The number of beds is proportional to the number of nurses and assistants.
- Provide in-service training for nurses and assistants.
- Isolated room for the separation of some patients.
- All beds are equipped with monitoring, pulse oximetry, blood pressure, skin thermometer and anamneum thermometer, central venous transducer cable and arterial pressure, central oxygen and central suction and Gamco.
- Perform echocardiography in the unit.
- Perform portable sonography in the unit
- Perform bronchoscopy by portable bronchoscope in the unit
- Patients will be tracked and dressed in the presence of advanced wounds by the wound clinic.
- Care for patients with respiratory and cerebrovascular diseases requiring mechanical ventilation and precise control of vital signs, including CVA, CRF patients and poisoning and cancers.