Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
An ICU (Intensive Care Unit, also referred to as a critical care unit (CCU), is a special department of any health care facility or hospital that provides intensive medicine diagnostics and treatments. CCU or ICU caters to patients with life-threatening or severe injuries and illnesses, which require constant patient monitoring and medical care, with medication and close supervision from life support equipment to make sure the bodily functions back to normal.
At LifeLine Hospital, our intensive care unit (ICU), provides specialized care with the highest standards for patients who require close monitoring and a high level of intervention. A dedicated team of trained specialists, along with other experienced staff, manages the critical care unit with extensive critical care training.
- Cardiac Monitor
- Dialysis Machine
- More (For Emergency Situation)
Trained & Experienced ICU Staff
An interdisciplinary approach guides patient care in the intensive care unit. Nurses and respiratory care professionals are dedicated to the ICU and fully aligned with the needs of the patient in their care. They are aware of their ability to involve residents, colleagues and teachers alike in the advanced care of their patients.