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Heart failure: In heart failure, the heart does not pump blood as it should. Some of the symptoms are shortness of breath, swelling of ankles and feet, fatigue, chest pain, rapid or irregular heartbeat, etc.


Stroke: Cell death occurs due to poor flow of blood to the brain. This can be due to a blocked or ruptured vessel. Symptoms include paralysis, numbness on one side of the body, trouble speaking and walking, vision problems, lack of balance, etc.

Third-degree burns: This is a burn where the damage to the skin extends into deeper tissues and the fat layer. It can be caused due to hot liquids, fire, chemicals, or electricity. It can be accompanied with lack of pain if the nerve endings have been destroyed.


Severe head injury: An injury to the brain, skull or scalp can lead to a severe head injury that can potentially cause brain damage. It can be caused due to accidents, a severe blow to the head, blood clotting disorders, or self-harm.

Severe accident: Accidents that cause major injury to any part of the body are classified severe. It can lead to a head injury, fracture(s), burns, etc.


Bone Fractures: A crack or break in the bone is known as a bone fracture. It can occur in any part of the body. Pain, swelling, bruising, skin discoloration, etc. are all symptoms of a fracture.


Respiratory Failure: It occurs when there is an insufficient exchange of gas (oxygen and carbon dioxide) in the respiratory system. It may be caused due to COPD, Asthma, Pneumonia, etc. Depending on the type, it can cause shortness of breath or rapid breathing and loss of consciousness.


Pneumonia: An infection in one or both lungs caused by bacteria, virus, or fungi is called pneumonia. Some of its symptoms are shortness of breath, coughing (with phlegm), chest pain, and fever.


Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS): It is a type of respiratory failure that is caused due to inflammation in the lungs. Its symptoms may include shortness of breath, tiredness, rapid breathing, and low blood pressure.


Pulmonary Embolism: It is caused when a blood clot or several small clots are present in the arteries between the heart and the lungs. Blue lips or nails, shortness of breath, back pain, cough (with blood), and chest pain are some symptoms of pulmonary embolism.

Severe sepsis and septic shock: Sepsis or blood poisoning occurs when a bacterial infection spreads from one body part into the blood. Uncontrolled sepsis can cause septic shock that can lead to multiorgan failure. Symptoms of septic shock are rapid heart rate, low blood pressure, etc.

Multi-organ dysfunction: There can be several degrees of organ dysfunction that occur in a continuum, rather than at once. It can be caused due to septic shock.

Renal failure: Also known as kidney failure, it occurs when the kidneys cannot properly filter waste out from the blood. Reduced amount of urine, shortness of breath, swelling around legs, ankles and feet, nausea, etc. are some symptoms of renal failure.


Tropical diseases: These are diseases like malaria, dengue fever, and leishmaniasis; often caused due to insect bites. Fever, rashes, swelling of lymph nodes, and body aches are general symptoms to look out for.


Acute Poisoining Treatment

Procedures In ICU

  • Synchrozined cardioversion

  • Thromobolytic infusion

  • Hemodialysis

  • Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT)

  • Bronchoscopy

  • Ultrasonography

  • Echocardiography

  • Lumbar puncture

  • Abdominal paracentesis

  • Thoracentesis

  • Intercostal Drainage (ICD) tube placement

  • Nutritional planning

  • Invasive and non-invasive Mechanical ventilation 

  • Electrocardiogram (ECG)

  • Arterial line

  • Advanced airway management

  • Percutaneous dilational tracheostomy (PDT)


Critical Care

Critical Care

Our Critical Care Unit is equipped with the latest technology and can handle all types of emergency situations with expertise and care. Our team adheres to world-class standards of treatment and care. We complement this expertise with advanced ICU beds that are specially designed to monitor physiological information of critically ill patients and ensure their safety with easy access to diagnostics and appropriate treatment.

Our round-the-clock services have successfully treated a vast range of conditions. These include post-surgical cases, diseases like malaria and dengue fever, multi-organ failure, cardiac arrests, strokes, trauma and various other diseases.

Dr K Srikanth
Consultant Critical Care
​Dr M Hemadri Sai


Consultant Critical Care

Dr B Devika


Critical Care Specialist

Our Doctors

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