Diseases & Treatment

Diagnosis and Treatment

We understand that waking up in critical care can be an unnerving experience. Trying to take stock of what has transpired and trying to understand why you are here can be frightening. Chances are that you might be unable to move, see, or hear what's going on around you. The medication you might be receiving might also induce hallucinations and/or confused feelings. The feeling of helplessness that accompanies a critical condition - such as not being able to stand up or look around - can lead to frustrations and aggressive behaviour as well. As a matter of fact, statistics have revealed that nearly 80 percent of patients under critical care experience some sort of delirium, anxiety, distress or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Our ICU doctors and staff work hard to make sure that the number of people suffering under this glaring statistic is reduced by helping our patients do more than simply survive. In that regard, we closely monitor the noise levels to ensure that our patients remain unperturbed by what's happening around them. As compared to other wards, the noise levels here are usually lower which helps minimise sounds made from the constant operation of the equipment or the bleeping of the machines. We do this because we want to ensure that our critically ill patients are always on the receiving end of appropriate and timely treatment under our supervision. Essentially, we want to reduce the instances of individuals suffering from damaging effects of staying in critical care - with the aim of early intervention - and thereon, help them get back to their normal life as soon as possible.

Our critical hospital is well designed to provide specialised care for all patients whose conditions we believe are life-threatening and who might be in need of comprehensive care and monitoring. Our critical care units are supported by a fully dedicated team of specialist critical care consultants, medical professionals, and nurses 24/7. Furthermore, once we are confident that the patient is out of danger, we not only help stabilise their condition but also help them to get better and support their rehabilitation as well going forward. We are delighted to know that our critical care facilities along with the subsequent attention to every detail we give throughout the treatment process has managed to transform the lives of countless individuals all around the nation.

Critical Care Work Timings - 24/7

Areas Of Care