Overview

The Intensive Care Unit (ICU): is considered one of the most important units in the Hospital receiving critical cases and caring for patients suffering from diseases requiring special care continuous monitoring.

The ICU is run by consultants and specialists covering all major specialization fields.  The ICU is supervised by 24 hours doctors in addition to good nursing team in order to monitor the patients from time of admission to discharge.

 

Facility

Intensive care unit: consists of 5 beds equipped with the latest modern medical equipments to provide quality healthcare to patients of all age groups:  adults and children, cardiac cases, surgical cases and internal medicine cases.

When patients are critically ill, there should be no question regarding the availability of resources that they may require. Our nurse-to-patient ratio of 1:1 further supports this commitment to superior patient care, allowing us to provide individualized attention to each of our patients along with a comfortable recovery process. ARRAWDHA GENERAL HOSPITAL provides high standards of care, specialist expertise and technology, whether day or night, offering:

  • Highest quality intensive care Hill-Rom beds to minimize bed sores.
  • Negative pressure isolation room for patients needing contact isolation, droplet isolation or airborne isolation.
  • Positive pressure isolation room for patients with compromised immune systems.
  • Round-the-clock on-call physicians to provide comprehensive care and intervention for critically ill patients.

The services and procedures offered in the unit are:

 

  • Management of cardiac patients.
  • Monitoring cardiac cases that require cardiac catheterization.
  • Management of respiratory failure patients.
  • Management of cerebrovascular accidents and neurological cases.
  • Monitoring special cases for major surgical cases.
  • Treatment of patients suffering from blood thrombosis.
  • Treatment of acute respiratory distress syndrome.
  • Intubation and IVS.

ISOLATION AREAS

Patients in isolation may have visitors; however the nurse will ensure that visitors are educated on proper protective techniques and that these techniques are strictly followed.

VISITING REGULATIONS

  • Only one visitor at a time, children not allowed, flowers and other gift are strictly forbidden.

Staff

Physicians of various specialties may participate in the care of patients in the Intensive Care Unit, including internal medicine doctors, cardiologists, pulmonologists and surgeons.