department of critical care

Department of Emergency Care

The goal of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is to provide immediate medical care to patients, whether they are in the emergency department or elsewhere.

While the vast majority of small crashes do not result in death, large collisions do occur on a regular basis. The most prevalent sorts of accidents include car and road accidents, sports-related accidents, slips, and burn accidents. The victim of an accident must be notified of the emergency services and emergency management protocols that must be followed in the event of an accident.

The accident and emergency department of the hospital is responsible for providing critical treatment to patients who have been injured in accidents  Any inadvertent or unplanned event that results in a mishap and has a bad outcome is classified as an accident.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

Patients suffering from cardiac arrests, injury, cognitive ailment, asthma, and cardiac attacks can earn immediate medical relief at accident and emergency rooms. As a result of various organ wounds, a vehicle accident or a fall victim may undergo concussion. This is a problem that should only be talked by professionals.

Emergency services furnished to road casualty and other accident patients in the accident and emergency department can range from simplex x rays and shattered bone setting to generating a  trauma care team to take over patient care management, and can include anything from model x-rays and fractured bone setting to activating a full-fledged trauma care team to take over patient care management. If crucial care is administered during the "golden hour," the patient's chances of survival are considerably boosted.

"Severe trauma" refers to people who have experienced several traumas. It's first treated in an emergency room, then moved to a trauma center. The victim's care is taken over by a trauma team trained in the ideas of Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS).

Accident and emergency services are available.

In the accident and emergency department, we have all of the necessary emergency medical care facilities, training, and equipment to assist accident victims. Victims receive ambulances, paramedics, and other emergency treatment and assistance.

What kinds of challenges does the hospital deal with?

In the accident and emergency department, victims with significant diseases and traumas are examined. In the following situations, a person may be taken to the emergency department or given emergency care on the scene of an accident:

Below is a list of accident and emergency patient care services.
  • Convulsions
  • Convulsions
  • Severe bleeding
  • Severe bleeding
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Breathing problems
  • Sports-related injuries
  • Head and spine injuries
  • Pediatric emergencies
  • Workplace accidents
  • Fire-related burns
  • Multiple injuries in a car accident
  • Falls-related injuries

In the case of an accident, the accident and emergency department at our institution outstanding care. The trauma team is made up of trauma surgeons, neurosurgeons, orthopaedic surgeons, physiotherapists, psychologists, and nurses.