Intensive Care Unit - MITR

Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

An Intensive Care Unit, commonly referred to as ICU, is a specialized medical department within a hospital dedicated to providing intensive and specialized care to critically ill patients. Patients admitted to the ICU require close monitoring, advanced medical interventions, and specialized nursing care due to the severity of their medical conditions. ICUs are equipped with advanced medical technology and staffed by highly trained healthcare professionals, including critical care doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists, and more.

Key Functions of an ICU:

➢ Critical Care
➢ Continuous Monitoring
➢ Specialized Staff
➢ Life Support

➢ Medication Management
➢ Invasive Procedures
➢ Infection Control
➢ Family Support