General Intensive Care

General Intensive Care

Diagnosis and Treatment Services available in Intensive Care Units

Diagnosis and treatment services are delivered at 5 divisions in Intensive Care Units of the PSH HOSPITAL These are:

General Intensive Care Unit

It is a closed-type and multidisciplinary intensive care unit, where critically ill patients of all age ranges, excluding newborn infants,

with polytrauma, severe neurologic damage, gastrointestinal bleeding, liver failure, intoxication, severe lung diseases, serious infections,

postoperative period of major surgeries and organ or multi-organ failures secondary to severe sepsis and septic shock are treated and cared.

Coronary Intensive Care Unit

In addition to close monitoring of critical heart diseases that usually develop suddenly and cause death if left untreated,

doctors and nurses of coronary intensive care unit closely monitor heart rhythms of inpatients with rhythm problem through

telemetry systems and treatments are promptly started for patients who develop a serious problem.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

In our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, newborn infants with high-risk and serious diseases are managed by Neonatologists, Pediatricians and nurses.

Sick babies are also served by physicians of all divisions, especially including pediatric cardiology and pediatric neurology, and pediatric surgeons.

Point-of-care monitoring, digital X-ray, ultrasound, echocardiography, hearing screening and EEG are available in the unit that is supported by all divisions of pediatrics.

Cardiovascular Surgery Intensive Care Unit

The unit is equipped by bed side monitor system that allows continuous monitoring of all hemodynamic data for patients who are undergone open heart surgery or major vascular surgery.

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

Critically ill patient implies a person with vital signs impaired enough to cause life threatening risk(s).

Children differ from adults substantially in terms of metabolism, physiology and psychology. Since diseases of pediatric population and their treatment require distinct approaches, critically ill children are treated in pediatric intensive care units.

Critically ill children are treated and monitored using ventilators, monitors and dialysis machines, among others, in pediatric intensive care units.

All laboratory tests are analyzed and imaging studies are performed 24/7 for pediatric patients who stay at pediatric intensive care unit.

All critically ill children are admitted to our units and any and all monitoring, follow-up, treatment and care are performed by staff of our department immediately after the patient is admitted.

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