Adult (Internal-Surgical-Coronary) Intensive Care

Adult (Internal-Surgical-Coronary) Intensive Care

About the Department

Adult (Internal – Surgery – Coronary) Intensive Care is the unit of our hospital where patients with vital risks associated with cardiovascular diseases and internal diseases and patients who need to be followed up after surgery are constantly monitored.

In the general adult intensive care unit, equipped with mechanical ventilators, cardiac monitors, intravenous lines, feeding tubes, nasogastric tubes, suction pumps, drains, and catheters, life support equipment to ensure the proper functioning of vital functions, mainly due to serious illness and injury. While providing health services to people at risk of life, the pre- and post-surgical process is followed up. Severe burns, severe traumas, respiratory failure, and organ transplant procedures; After advanced spine surgery and cardiothoracic surgeries, patients are commonly transferred to this department.

In the adult intensive care unit, where each patient is followed closely via bedside monitors, blood pressure, respiratory rate, body temperature, pulse rate, hourly bleeding amount, urine output, analysis of arterial blood gases and blood oxygen level are continuously controlled with the help of latest imaging methods. being made; Even minimal changes detected during these measurements are reported to the experts. At the same time, hemofiltration can be applied in patients with renal failure.

In the adult intensive care unit, which has been arranged with the principle of responding to the urgent needs of patients in the fastest way, it is aimed to monitor and support vital functions uninterruptedly, for this reason, the diagnosis, diagnosis and treatment process is completed with a multidisciplinary team consisting of all physicians & health personnel working within the Esencan Hospital. . In addition, clinical laboratory and imaging center work simultaneously with the intensive care unit, providing support for the course of computed tomography (CT), x-ray, and magnetic resonance treatment when needed.

In the internal, surgical, coronary intensive care unit where patients who are highly vulnerable to infections receive treatment within the maximum hygiene rules, a special visitor policy is implemented to ensure the well-being of their patients; accordingly, the visit is carried out by the patient’s first-degree relatives within certain hours. In this way, patients are protected from infections in the outside world.

In addition to medical professionals with intensive care nursing certificate, specialist and assistant physicians and auxiliary health personnel are also employed in the intensive care unit, where all patients are monitored with advanced techniques; Health care is provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Adult (Internal – Surgery – Coronary) Intensive Care Unit Related Services

The following health services are commonly provided in the adult (internal – surgical – coronary) intensive care unit:

  • Temporary Pacemaker and Central Venous Catheter Malposition
  • Respiratory Support Therapy
  • Post Operative Care (Post-Operative Care and Observation)
  • Treatment of Heart Rhythm Disorders and Observation
  • Severe Heart Failure Treatment and Observation
  • Severe Kidney Failure Treatment
  • Sudden Seizure Intervention
  • Sepsis, Septic Shock Treatment
  • Severe Intoxication Treatment
  • Severe Burn Treatment
  • General Body Trauma Treatment and Observation
  • Treatment of General Condition Disorders Related to Ageing
  • Treatment of Nervous System Diseases (Myasthenia Gravis, Guillain Barre etc.)
  • SVO
  • Intracranial Hemorrhages

In addition to these, the treatment of serious health problems such as diabetic coma, neurological and cardiac infarction, stroke (stroke) and acute organ failure, which require rapid medical attention, is also carried out in this unit.