Anaesthesia & Critical Care
Anaesthesia & Critical Care

Shrimann Superspeciality Hospital offers 24/7 care to the patient in potentially life-threatening conditions who need non-stop monitoring to be carried out by a multidisciplinary team. Such situations arise in case of haemodynamic instability (hypertension/ hypotension), airway or respiratory com-promise (such as ventilator support), acute renal failure, potentially lethal cardiac arrhythmias, the cumulative effects of multi-organ system failure, or even in the crucial hours after major surgeries when the patient is deemed too unstable to be transferred to a less intensively monitoring unit.

Shrimann Superspeciality Hospital is a technologically advanced and resource-intensive centre of medical excellence and it integrates many specialities and diverse technologies, holding out the hope of survival to patients who are acutely and critically ill. Every Indian hospital encounters an increasing number of acute cases in the form of Trauma, Medical, Surgical, Gynaecological and Paediatric emergencies and hence the need for adequate resources which include a well- equipped and sophisticated emergency room with agile doctors, paramedics and staff nurses versatile in dealing with all sorts of emergencies.

Also, elective super speciality surgeries like Cardiac, Neuro, Ortho, Oncology, and Urology are all done in state-of-the-art OTs under a team of well qualified and experienced anaesthesiologist, OT technicians and nurses.

The recovery is well equipped with latest monitors, ventilators, IABP, CRRT, ECMO and other types of equipment which are required in the post-op management of patients who have undergone complex surgeries and those who have co-morbidities like ischaemic cardiac disease or chronic kidney disease and have undergone any general surgery, it is manned by well trained and experienced nursing staff and an anesthesiologist who is present 24x7 in the premises.

Who needs critical care?

Critical care is required if anyone have a life-threatening illness or injury, such as:

  • Heart attack
  • Heart failure
  • Kidney failure
  • People recovering from certain major surgeries
  • Respiratory failure
  • Sepsis
  • Severe bleeding
  • Serious infections
  • Serious injuries, such as from car crashes, falls, and shootings
  • Shock
  • Stroke
  • COVID-19