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Intensive care department at Atmeh Charity Hospital
 

The section includes:
Eight intensive care beds receive patients suffering from severe heart disorders and receive patients with critical internal complaints of all disease.
The section includes eight beds in a large hall divided in an organized manner, four beds for men's care and four beds for women, and each bed is separated by a large fabric partition.
The department is equipped with all the needs and equipment required by the patient's medicines needing, including thrombolytic drugs, cardiac medicines and special monitoring devices for cardiac patients.
There is CT-scan device to facilitate any emergency cases of patients who admitted to the ICU. All the medical and nursing services and medical investigations provided to patients are completely free. 
Criteria for admission patients in the Cardiac and Internal Care Unit:
a. All life-threatening or critical cardiac lesions and problems that involve under the following diagnoses:
Myocardial infarction patients
Cardiac arrhythmias of all types 
Electrolyte and cardiac arrhythmias
Patients who are monitored after cardiac angiography
Patients with acute pulmonary edema
b. All internal medicine cases, which may be life-threatening, which involve under the following diagnoses:
Hemorrhage cases and cerebral infarctions of moderate severity 
- Patients with moderate respiratory lesions (pneumonia - pleural effusion)
Patients with chronic and acute insufficiency
-  Cautions patients who are in very bad  general condition
High blood sugar and diabetic ketoacidosis 
c. Cases that require close follow-up and monitoring after surgery:
Like open abdominal operations that take a long time under anaesthesia
Operations performed on patients with a history of moderate disease
Criteria for discharge patients from the intensive care unit:
1.    Removal of the life-threatening cause and restoration of hemodynamic stability Return of the sinus rhythm after giving the appropriate treatment plan.
2.    Discharge patients suffering from myocardial infarction to cardiac catheterization centers to follow up on the treatment plan after their condition is stabilized.
3.    The return of vital signs to the normal value and the removal of the cause.
4.    The hemodynamic stability of blind and unconscious patients.
5.    Absence of complaints and atypical pain in patients suffering from chest pain.
6.    Good laboratory values during patient discharge.

 

Last Update Date:

4/2/2021 12:00:00 AM

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