Memfys Hospital has expanded its Intensive Care Unit from a 3-bed Unit to a 6-bed Unit. In the Intensive Care Unit, patients are given special dedicated care and are monitored closely round the clock.
The Intensive Care Unit is managed by the Section of Critical Care Medicine to provide 24-hour care for patients with various life-threatening conditions. It is staffed by specialists in critical care. The Memfys Hospital Intensive Care Unit has life support machines which can sustain critically ill patients while they receive care from medical staff. Memfys Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit is supported by the latest medical technology and equipment including Piped medical gases and Vacuum, Invasive Patient monitors, Ventilators, Infusion pumps, Digital Mobile X-ray, DVT pumps etc. Our coordinated Intensive Care Unit team of experienced critical care specialists, qualified nurses, and select medical specialists work in close cooperation to provide fast and efficient diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of each patient’s critical condition.
The Intensive Care Unit is both an adult and paediatric unit. Please note that the Intensive Care Unit is not just limited to patients with Neurological disorders and Neurosurgical cases. Different surgical/medical conditions are managed in the ICU including emergency and elective cases. These include Severe Head Injury, Polytraumatised Patients, Acute Stroke and Intracranial Bleeds, Diabetic Ketoacidosis, Ischeamic Heart Disease, Severe Tetanus, Severe Guillian-Barre Syndrome, Status Epilepticus etc. Such services include the support of organ systems, including pulmonary and cardiovascular, through drugs and other specialized machines etc.
Critical Care Services Outcomes:
Memfys Critical Care Unit, or ICU, is committed to improving critically ill patients' treatment quality to achieve world-class standards. Furthermore, we emphasize transparency by disclosing the outcome of our treatment.
Our ICU has monitored the severity of patients using the APACHE IV score, a wildly accepted medical scoring system. A higher score indicates more severe illness. ICU at Memfys Hospital APACHE IV is 54.27 on average, close to the US average of 54.5.