The Intensive care unit of Green Life Hospital offers Unit-1, Non COVID unit and Unit-2, Covid unit situated in level -5 , which deals with seriously ill patients who are cared for by specially trained doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists and dietitians. The department is operational 24/7 with every facility to serve the ailing bodies with utmost care. The ICU is well equipped with latest equipment required for optimum care of critically ill patients.
We aspire to uphold the following morals:
Compassion: we care the people we look after, care about each other and the work
Accountability: understand the responsibility of caring people.
Respect: friendly and respectful to everyone at all times.
Excellence: strives for excellence in every aspect of work.
Safety: ensure the safety for staff and patients inside ICU
The Intensive Care Unit is an expensive resource area and should be reserved for patients with reversible medical conditions with a reasonable prospect of substantial recovery. Patients with the following conditions are candidates for admission to the Intensive Care Unit.
Acute respiratory failure requiring ventilatory support
Acute pulmonary embolism with hemodynamic instability
Upper airway obstruction
Dissecting aortic aneurysms
Need for continuous invasive monitoring of cardiovascular system
(Arterial pressure, central venous pressure, cardiac output)
Severe head trauma
Meningitis with altered mental status or respiratory compromise
Acutely altered sensorium with the potential for airway compromise
Progressive neuromuscular dysfunction requiring respiratory support and / or cardiovascular monitoring (myasthenia gravis, Gullain- Barre syndrome).
Brain dead or potentially brain dead patients who are being aggressively managed while determining organ donation status Program.
Requirement for acute renal replacement therapies in an unstable patient
Acute rhabdomyolysis with renal insufficiency
Diabetic ketoacidosis complicated by hemodynamic instability, altered mental status
Severe metabolic acidotic states
Thyroid storm or myxedema coma with hemodynamic instability
Hyperosmolar state with coma and/or hemodynamic instability
Adrenal crises with hemodynamic instability
Other severe electrolyte abnormalities, such as:
Life threatening gastrointestinal bleeding
Acute hepatic failure leading to coma, hemodynamic instability 3. Severe acute pancreatitis
Severe coagulopathy and/or bleeding diathesis.
Severe anemia resulting in hemodynamic and/or respiratory compromise.
Severe complications of sickle cell crisis.
Hematological malignancies with multi-organ failure.
Medical conditions complicating pregnancy
Severe pregnancy induced hypertension/eclampsia
Amniotic fluid embolism
Severe sepsis or septic shock
Multi-organ dysfunction syndrome
Dengue hemorrhagic fever/dengue shock syndrome
Drug overdose with potential acute decompensation of major organ systems
Environmental injuries (lightning, near drowning, hypo/hyperthermia
High risk patients in the peri-operative period
Post-operative patients requiring continuous hemodynamic monitoring/ ventilatory support, usually following:
- Vascular surgery
- thoracic surgery
- airway surgery
- craniofacial surgery
- major orthopedic and spine surgery
- general surgery with major blood loos / fluid shift