Kainos caters to all ages and specialities in its Intensive Care Units which has 32 beds. Kainos is the only ICU in the region that has 8 dedicated Intensive Care specialist in house that provide round the clock care catering to all emergencies.
There are these kinds of ICUs :
Intensive Coronary Care Unit
High Dependency Unit
Critical Care medicine is of vital importance for a healthy nation. This speciality will certainly reduce the mortality by providing early and appropriate life saving interventions to all critically ill patients.
We offer 24/7 care to patients in potentially life-threatening conditions who need continuous monitoring to be carried out by a multidisciplinary team. Such situations arise in case of haemodynamic instability (hypertension/ hypotension), airway or respiratory compromise (such as ventilator support), acute renal failure, potentially lethal cardiac arrhythmias, the cumulative effects of multiple organ system failure, or even in the crucial hours after major surgeries when the patient is deemed too unstable to transfer to a less intensively monitored unit. This discipline is technologically advanced and resource intensive area of medical care and it integrates many specialties and diverse technologies, holding out the hope of survival to patients who are acutely and critically ill. The care provided in our state of the art ICU is with unwavering commitment, precision and synchronized teamwork.
Medical emergencies are increasing at an exponential rate every day. We encounter an increasing number of acute cases in the form of Trauma, Medical, Surgical, Gynaecological, Paediatric and Neonatal emergencies and hence we dedicate adequate resources which include a well-equipped and sophisticated emergency room with agile doctors, paramedics and staff nurse versatile in dealing with all sorts of emergencies.
Emergency Care does not begin and end in the emergency room because emergencies may arise anywhere and everywhere and hence the need for coverage from prehospital care till the patient’s transfer to definitive care is the ICU. We provide 24/7 services and critical care area is managed by highly qualified consultants with international experience in all aspects of Critical Care.
Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU) at Kainos provide specialist care to premature and sick newborns. The units are manned by a highly trained team of neonatologists, nurses and other medical professionals. The units are designed to provide maximum safety, comfort, and medical care to the infants. The NICU is used in cases such as,
Paediatric Intensive Care Units (PICU) are designed for close observation and care of critically ill children and adolescents. The units are manned by a multidisciplinary team of paediatric specialists and medical staff. The units also feature advanced medical equipment to aid in the monitoring and care of infants while conforming to stringent national standards. The PICU is used in cases of,
Our cardiac intensive care unit looks after people who are seriously ill with heart problems, usually after or immediately before having open heart surgery. It's one of only a handful of cardiac intensive care units in the country that is producing excellent patient outcomes for all types of heart surgeries.
You'll have one-to-one care from a specialist nurse, working alongside the rest of our team. We work to get you well and stable enough to move to a less intensive care environment, such as a high dependency unit or a hospital ward.
Treatment of bone and soft tissue cancer patients at Kainos has a multidisciplinary approach similar to other disciplines in Oncology, wherein a multidisciplinary team consisting of dedicated Orthopaedic Cancer Surgeons, Interventional Radiologists, Pathologists, Medical Oncology Consultants and Radiation Oncology Consultants administer the treatment. Limb salvage surgery, a need of the hour treatment, is routinely done here in collaboration with plastic and reconstructive surgeons. If the patient is diagnosed at an early stage and the cancer is localized, then it is resectable with good margin and noncancerous till date, with a functioning limb in addition to life can be offered.
The Neuro ICU staff has advanced critical care training as well as continuous advanced instruction covering basic neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, neuro assessment and emergency neuro resuscitation.
Our highly trained professionals specialize in the care of critically ill neuro patients and work closely with the attending neurosurgical specialists. The patients in the our Neuro ICU suffer from severe brain injuries, stroke or brain tumors and many are post-op from a neurosurgical procedure. These can include insertion of various invasive brain monitoring devices, craniotomy for trauma, cerebral aneurysm repair or tumor resection. Patients having minimally-invasive endovascular procedures to repair aneurysms or other cerebral vascular diseases will also be monitored during recovery in our Neuro ICU. In addition to the frequent and expert clinical exams conducted by nurses and other personnel, advanced monitoring techniques including ICP, bedside chemical analysis and continuous electroencephalographic (EEG) monitoring are routinely employed when appropriate.
The Neuro Intensive Care Unit is focused on advanced, multidiscipline, patient centred treatment of some of the most perilous diseases/conditions patients can face. We provide state of the art neuro intensive care with a passion for excellence and compassion for these patients and their families and we are dedicated to advancing the science of neuro intensive care.