The Department of Intensive Care at Hussain Lakhani International Hospital provides seamless and integrated care for critically ill patients. The Department is staffed by a team of highly experienced doctors and nurses who are supported by other healthcare professionals. They monitor patients closely, supporting their vital organ functions and managing their complex conditions with specialised equipment and treatments.
The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is supported by a dedicated team of specialist ICU consultants and nurses 24 hours a day. The facility incorporates sophisticated medical technology to provide the healthcare team with everything they need to look after patients. The Intensive Care Units (ICU) combines and integrates different conventional sub-speciality ICUs (medical, surgical, cardiac and neurosurgical) into one multi-disciplinary ICU.
The department has strict infection control policies in place. All visitors must adhere to infection prevention and control guidelines and policies at all times.
ventilator is a machine designed to provide mechanical ventilation by moving breathable air into and out of the lungs, to deliver breaths to a patient who is physically unable to breathe, or breathing insufficiently.
The general policy in the United Kingdom is to allocate one nurse to each intensive care patient at all times with two or three shifts a day. One nurse may care for two less sick patients, and occasionally a particularly sick patient may require two nurses.
One of the leading reasons why people seek care in an emergency room is heart failure, a chronic condition that can trigger symptoms such as shortness of breath, fluid retention, rapid or irregular heart beats, and more.
At Hussain Lakhani International Hospital, patients with heart failure receive state-of-the-art care to precisely diagnose and treat specific problems.