About the Department

The Chandan Institute of critical care & anaesthesiology is a well prepared with required equipment’s for critical care and well versed in art of anaesthesiology. The critical care department comprises of seven different section which are Intensive Cardiac Care Unit (ICCU), High dependency Unit (HDU), Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU), Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU), Kidney Transplant Unit and Post-anesthesia Care Unit (PACU).

Faculty Member

Medical Director

Dr. Mohammad Farrukh Ansari

MD (Anaesthesiology), Critical care medicine, High risk anaesthesia, Paediatricanaesthesia, USG guided regional anaesthesia

ICU Services:

  • 24 hours experienced critical care specialists
  • ICU trained staff nurses
  • Ventilator
  • BIPAP
  • Anytime critical care backup for all hospital patients (IPD)
  • Hygienic Environment
  • Bedside Dialysis including CRRT
  • Dealing with all kinds of neuro, cardiac, renal, medical, pulmonology and surgical critical care cases
  • Physiotherapy and dietician services
  • Advanced ICU monitors
  • Fully computerized data recording
  • 24 hours radiology and pathology backup

Anaesthesiology

A state of brief induced loss of sensation or awareness is Anaesthesia. Below are mentioned the three comprehensive categories of Anaesthesia:

General anesthesia-

It induces an unconsciousness state and complete lack of sensation. In order to achieve this state, it suppresses central nervous system activity.

Sedation-

It suppresses the central nervous system to a lesser degree. Without resulting in unconsciousness, it inhibits both anxiety and creation of long-term memories.

Regional anesthesia and local anesthesia-

It blocks transmission of nerve impulses between a targeted part of the body and the central nervous system. A patient under regional or local anesthesia remains conscious.

Modular Operation Theatres

Chandan Hospital also has four huge Modular Operation Theatres.These operating rooms are kept clean, well-lit, and spacious. The rooms are also equipped with overhead surgical lights along with the viewing screens as well as the monitors.

Modular Operation Theatres

Operating room equipment:

Our operating table are state of the art operation tables having highend anaesthetic work stations with complete patient monitoring systems.

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Intensive Care Unit

Chandan Hospital’s ICU (Intensive care unit) is a special department providing intensive treatment medicine.
This specific unit especially takes in patients with grave and life-threatening sicknessesor injuries or both. In such condition, the patient is in requirement of constant care, close monitoring along with the support from specialist equipment and medications ensuring normal bodily functions. The intensive care unit staff is comprised of highly trained doctors and nurses specialized in caring for critically ill patients. General conditions that are treated in ICUs include trauma, acute or advanced respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), sepsis and multiple organ failure.

1. Intensive Cardiac Care Unit (ICCU): It specifically serves to patients with congenital heart defects or life-threatening acute conditions such as cardiac arrest, heart attack and heart failure.

2. High Dependency Unit (HDU): Transitional high dependency unit (HDU) for patients who require close observation, treatment and nursing care that cannot be provided on a general ward, but whose care is not at a critical enough level to warrant an ICU bed.

3. Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU): A specialized service that provides inpatient care for critically ill patients on surgical services.

4. Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU): For severely ill patients, multi organ dysfunction, requiring advanced monitoring and life support.

5. Post-anesthesia Care Unit (PACU): It is also referred to as the post-operative recovery unit. It provides instantaneous post-op observation and stabilization of patients following surgical operations and anesthesia. Patients are generallyadmitted in such facilities for a brief time period.

6. Kidney Transplant Unit: Post-operative care of patients undergoing kidney transplant.