We provide professional support in Coronary Intensive Care Unit.
Our coronary intensive care unit is designed to closely monitor the critical heart
diseases that usually emerge suddenly and threaten the life of the patient
without any treatment.
The treatments and procedures to be applied immediately
are carried out by experienced physicians without wasting time.
In the coronary intensive care unit, patients who have
had a heart attack, who have a heart disease that may cause a heart attack, who
have arrhythmia problems that require intervention, as well as patients who are
treated for other existing diseases and who need to be closely monitored during
these treatments are also hospitalized.
Every patients’ vital signs are being monitored carefully
during their stay in the coronary intensive care unit.
In our coronary intensive care unit, which is equipped
with the most up-to-date devices of medical technology and designed for
high-level patient comfort, the measurements of vital signs such as ECG, blood
pressure, blood oxygen level, pulse, respiration, and body temperature of each
patient are made regularly.
Patients receive healthcare in this unit for severe, acute,
and unstable cardiac conditions that require day and night monitoring and
specific cardiovascular therapy. The most common of these is an acute heart
attack or another form of the acute coronary syndrome.
People with these conditions are prone to rapid,
unexpected changes in their condition and typically require ongoing treatment
such as targeted temperature management (which induces mild hypothermia).
Circumstances that may require hospitalization in the
coronary intensive care unit;
People who are in the recovery process after coronary bypass surgery
Decompensated heart failure is present and the patient’s condition is unstable
People with severe heart failure (even if they are stabilized)
Those awaiting a heart transplant
Patients with acute coronary syndromes and unstable
angina or life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias