Critical Care Unit
AIOR CRITICAL CARE UNIT (24X7)
The road to recovery after your traumatic injury may be a long one. Fortunately, you will not have to make the trip alone because we have dedicated caregivers every step along the way. Our experts in the Critical care unit at AIOR provide round-the-clock care while you recover. This unit is typically the first of several stops along the way towards rehabilitation.
The care of these patients requires multidisciplinary approach and we make sure this happens at our unit.
Anup Institute of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation is one of the first Hospital to have have a dedicated Orthopaedic Intensive care unit. This was the brainchild of Dr. Ashish Singh and we proudly inaugurated our 10 bedded Orthopaedic ICU in the year 2008. The inauguration was done by our Department of Anaesthesia Head Dr. Baijnath Prasad.
In the year 2013, the Hospital setup was expanded and addition of ten more beds were done. New Orthopaedic Intensive care was inaugurated by then Director of All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Patna – Dr. (Professor) G.K. Singh.
At present we have dedicated ten bedded Orthopaedic Intensive care unit, Step down High dependency wards, and a preoperative and a post-operative area. The Critical care unit is headed by DR. Anu Narayan and her team of intensivists covers for round the clock.
All the equipment needed for taking care of critically ill patients are available in the form of Arterial blood gas analyser (ABG), State of art Ventilators, Modern Intensive care units Beds, Isolation Beds etc.
The orthopaedic critical unit is backed up my laboratory and radiology services as well.
MICU stands for medical intensive care unit, while SICU is a surgical intensive care unit. On the other hand, a SICU will treat patients who recently had surgery or could potentially need surgery. These two units have the same resources as a general ICU
Intensive care units, as previously explained, are for critically ill patients that require close supervision and monitoring; larger hospitals will separate medical and surgical patients. MICU stands for medical intensive care unit, while SICU is a surgical intensive care unit.
MICUs handle a wide array of medical conditions and can treat patients suffering from lung problems, gastrointestinal problems, and blood infections. On the other hand, a SICU will treat patients who recently had surgery or could potentially need surgery. These two units have the same resources as a general ICU.