INTENSIVE CARE UNIT bio_admin
The survival improvement provided by an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is well known, as is the increasing need for ICU beds.
Within the Unit, the patient is supported at the critical stage of failure of one or more vital functions. The patient is subjected to mechanical respiratory support with interventional or not ventilation, while at the same time the patient is intensively monitored as to vital function, with the option to perform immediate and specialised therapeutic procedures.
In its multidisciplinary ICU that has a capacity of 6 beds patients with serious health issues, cardiological and surgical conditions, are accommodated. The ICU is fully equipped and specifically staffed to operate throughout the day. It supports the operation of all departments and accepts, apart from cases of acute deregulation and need for intensive care, surgical and cardiological cases requiring immediate post-operative or post-interventional monitoring. It is therefore characterised by particularly extensive experience in the management of many kinds of cases, providing safety and limitless self-sufficiency to surgical and internal medicine specialties.