At Star Hospital our ICU and Critical Care Unit aims to provide the best medical care for those suffering from life-threatening illnesses.
ICU and Critical Care

We comprise a team of highly educated healthcare providers who are available to provide you with effective medical services 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Comprising both intensive and critical care units our facilities are equipped with modern technologies and provide services based on the guidelines of NABH for safe and quality patient care.

Key Treatments

  • Kidney Failure
  • Sepsis
  • Severe Bleeding
  • Accidental Wounds
  • Heart Attack
  • Severe Burns
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Frequently Asked Questions on ICU and Critical Care

What is the use of a ventilator?

A ventilator is an artificial respiratory system that is used to assist in the breathing of patients by delivering oxygen to the lungs with a plastic breathing tube.

Illness that can lead to life-threatening conditions or permanent disability requires being admitted into an Intensive Critical Unit (ICU). Some of the medical conditions are Respiratory failure, Kidney failure, Stroke, Heart failure and many more. 

A chest tube is a type of tube made from plastic that is used to drain out excess air and fluid from the space between the walls of the chest and lungs.

Critically ill patients are connected to systems that allow monitoring of vital signs. Patients are also injected with an intravenous tube in the arms and neck that is used for giving medications and fluids.

The duration of staying in the ICU depends on the medical condition and the effect of treatment on the patient. The duration can range from a few weeks to months.

The recovery of an individual from an ICU fully depends on the health conditions and individual factors. While some patients can fully recover, some might face certain health issues in the future.

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