The critical care units are equipped with the state of the art diagnostic, monitoring and therapeutic devices.
Adopting international guidelines and protocols in the organization and patient care, all the critical care units are staffed with an adequate and well qualified critical care team.
The units have round the clock access to Microbiologists, Radiology & laboratory services, Physiotherapy and Dietary services, thus making them comprehensive and unique.
Delivering efficient care to the critically ill patients, the units rise up to international standards.
Critical Care Units in SMIMS (82 Beds) – Largest in the District
- Medical Intensive Care unit – 10 Beds
- Intensive Cardiac Care Unit – 10 Beds
- Intensive Respiratory Care Unit – 10 Beds
- Surgical Intensive Care Unit – 10 Beds
- Cardiothoracic Intensive Therapy Unit – 10 Beds
- Paediatric Intensive Care Unit – 6 Beds
- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit – 6 Beds
- Obstetrics& Gynaecology ICU – 6 Beds
- Emergency ICU- 6 Beds
- Burns ICU – 6 Beds
- Transplant ICU – 2 beds
The intensive care units are equipped with ventilators, temporary pace making facilities, defibrillators and high quality monitoring equipment.
Facilites for dialysing the patients have been provided.
All intensive care units are managed by fully trained and experienced intensivists and senior physicians, ably supported by anaesthetists, cardiologists, pulmonologists, neurologists, nephrologists, gastroenterologists.
With a well structured team work, the best care is always ensured to the patients.
Emergencies ranging from acute myocardial infarction, stroke and poisoning to any kind of situation requiring emergency medical management are treated with a very good success rate.