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Critical Care

Intensive care medicine or critical care medicine is a branch of medicine concerned with the diagnosis and management of life-threatening conditions requiring sophisticated organ support and invasive monitoring under expert’s observation.


Kiran Hospital has the largest number of critical care beds in Surat, with 113 ICUbeds located on 3rd & 4th floor of the main building in the close vicinity of OT Complex, Cath Lab, Transplant OT and Procedure Rooms.

Our Different ICUs are organized in independent clusters as follow
  • HDU- High Dependency Unit
  • ICCU- Intensive Cardiac Care Unit
  • MICU- Medical Intensive Care Unit
  • SICU- Surgical Intensive Care Unit
  • PICU- Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
  • NICU- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  • Burn ICU
Highlight of ICU
  • 113 bed CCU with the latest multipara monitors.
  • Invasive and Non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring.
  • High End ventilators for adult, pediatric and neonates.
  • Defibrillator with central pacing facility.
  • Fully motorized electric beds
  • High frequency ventilator for neonates
  • Drager (Germany ) MGPS system for Central supply of oxygen air and other Medical gases
  • Round-the-clock services by qualified Critical Care specialists, Pulmonologists, Anesthetists, Trained Intensive Care Nurses , Dietitians, Physiotherapist and paramedicalstaff
  • Portable equipment to perform bedside Ultrasonography ,X-Rays, 2D/3D Echocardiography, Bronchoscopy, Endoscopy, Per-cutaneous Tracheotomy and Haemodialysissupport for all kinds of diagnostic and therapeutic purposes in ICU
  • ICUs are supported by Cathlab, Pathology Lab and Radiology Facility.

Services Offered

    • All types of Cardiac Emergencies.
    • Accident & Trauma Management - care of the severely injured due to an automobile accident, gunshot or stabbing wounds, fall, burns, or an industrial & Household accident.
    • ARDS
    • Acute neurological emergencies
    • Acute ventilator failure
    • Toxicological emergencies
    • Complex electrolyte imbalances
    • Septic shocks
    • Postoperative medical emergencies, surgical complications etc.
    • Premature birth Management