We provide professional support in Adult Intensive Care.
Adult (Internal – Surgical – Coronary) Intensive Care is
the unit of your hospital where cardiovascular diseases and those with vital
risks associated with internal diseases and patients who need to be followed up
after surgery are continuously monitored.
In the general adult intensive care unit equipped with
mechanical ventilators, cardiac monitors, intravenous lines, feeding tubes,
nasogastric tubes, suction pumps, drains and catheters, it is basically life
support equipment to ensure the proper functioning of vital functions, due to
serious illnesses and injuries. While healthcare is provided to people at risk
of life, the process is followed before and after the surgical
procedure. Severe burns, severe traumas, respiratory failure, and organ
transplant procedures; Patients are commonly transferred to this
department after advanced spinal surgery and cardiothoracic surgery.
In the adult intensive care unit, where each patient is
closely monitored through bedside monitors, blood pressure, respiratory rate,
body temperature, heart rate, hourly bleeding amount, urine output, arterial
blood gas analysis and blood oxygen level are continuously controlled with the
help of end-stage imaging methods. being taken; Even minimal changes
detected during these measurements are reported to experts. At the same
time, hemofiltration can be applied in patients with kidney failure.
In the adult intensive care unit, which is organized with
the principle of responding to the urgent needs of patients in the fastest way,
it is aimed to monitor and support vital functions uninterruptedly, therefore,
diagnosis, diagnosis and treatment process is completed with a
multidisciplinary team consisting of all physicians and health personnel
working within Esencan Hospital. In addition, the clinical laboratory and
the imaging center work simultaneously with the intensive care unit, and
support is provided with advanced monitoring tools such as computed tomography
(CT), x-ray, magnetic resonance (MR) and ultrasonography when needed.
In the internal, surgical, coronary intensive care unit
where patients who are highly vulnerable to infections receive treatment within
the maximum hygiene rules, a special visitor policy is applied to ensure the
well-being of their patients; Accordingly, the visit is carried out by
first-degree relatives of the patient within certain hours. This way,
patients are protected from infections in the outside world.
In addition to medical professionals with intensive care
nursing certification, specialist and assistant physicians and assistant health
personnel are also employed in the intensive care unit, where all patients are
monitored with advanced techniques; Health services are provided 24 hours
a day, 7 days a week.
The following health services are commonly provided in
the adult (internal – surgery – coronary) intensive care unit:
Temporary Pacemaker and Central Venous Catheter Malposition
Respiratory Support Therapy
Post-Operative Care (Post-Operative Care and Observation)
Heart Rhythm Disorders Treatment and Observation
Severe Heart Failure Treatment and Observation
Severe Renal Failure Treatment
Sudden Seizure Intervention
Sepsis, Septic Shock Treatment
Severe Poisoning Treatment
Severe Burn Treatment
General Body Trauma Treatment and Observation
Treatment of General Condition Disorders Associated with Aging
Nervous System Diseases (Myasthenia Gravis, Gillian Barre etc.) Treatment
In addition to these, the treatment of serious health
problems such as diabetic coma, neurological and cardiac infarction, stroke
(stroke), acute organ failure, which require rapid medical intervention, is
also carried out in this unit.