Critical Care

Critical Care

Critical Care | Fortune Hospital

Our critical care unit strives to provide each patient with individualized, compassionate treatment. This includes round-the-clock consultant doctor coverage as well as highly trained nursing staff who look after the patient’s psychological and emotional needs.
Patients admitted under all specialties and super specialties, including polytrauma patients, are cared for in the critical care section. Critical care is backed up by round-the-clock laboratory and radiology capabilities. With approximately 100 monitor beds, the hospital has the most critical care beds in the region. The ICU provides high-tech multi-parameter monitoring and care, which is staffed 24 hours a day by expert intensivists. The inside air quality, which is maintained by dedicated air supply units and ensures vital care free of contamination, is a standout feature. People in a critical care unit may be unable to communicate at times.If you are unable to make vital decisions, such as end-of-life decisions, this can assist your health care providers and family members.

Comprises of renowned team of intensivists, who are accomplished,
motivated and trained nurses and paramedical staffs.
We place high value on effective communication and to deliver excellent, patient
centric and evidence based critical care through teamwork and continuous quality

  • Only closed ICU in Kanpur.
  • State of art 6 bedded ICU facility.
  • Standard manpower with 1 : 1 nurse to patient ratio.
  • 50 – 60% occupancy rate.
  • 70% survival to discharge rate.
Critical Care | Fortune Hospital

ICU Procedures:

  • Endotracheal intubation.
  • USG guided central venous and arterial line insertion.
  • Advanced hemodymanic monitoring.
  • Noninvasive ventilator support (BIPAP and CPAP)
  • Advanced intensive mechanical ventilator support
  • ABG Analysis
  • NT Pro BNP
  • TROP I, Procalcitonin
  • Bedside hemodialysis
  • Bedside diagnostic & therapeutic video and fibre optic bronchoscopy.
  • Bronchoscopy guided endotracheal intubation
  • Perculeneous trachostomy.
  • Specialised training of staff in ICU and regular classes and academic activities.
Dr. Nadeem
(MBBS, GSVM), MD (BRD, Gorakhpur)
SR in Critical Care (SRPGI),
Fellowship in Neurocritical Care (NIMHANS) Former Assistant Prof (RMLIMS LUCKNOW)
Dr. Vijay
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