Critical Care Medicine

A hospital's intensive care unit (ICU) offers critical care treatment. Patients could be struggling with a serious illness or accident. A particularly trained personnel provides round-the-clock care to patients in the ICU. Critical care should be provided to seriously ill patients in hospitals, regardless of their age. If a patient has a serious disease, they may transfer from the regular hospital ward or the emergency room to the intensive care unit. Patients that need critical care include those who undergo extremely invasive surgery, recover badly from surgery, suffer serious injuries in an accident have infections that pose a serious risk of death, or have difficulty breathing on their own and require a ventilator. The following conditions frequently call for critical care heart problems

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