YUANHOSP 阮綜合醫院 -- Critical Care

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最後更新 : 04/07

The hospital provides 53 Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds with an emphasis on critical care operation. Among ICUs in the hospital, 25 ICU beds on the second floor of Building A are devoted for Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Nephrology, Thoracic Surgery, Neurosurgery, and General Surgery, as well as 28 ICU beds on Building C are devoted for Cardiology, Cardiac Surgery, Endocrinology, Rheumatology & Immunology, Gastroenterology, and Hepatobiliary Surgery.

In order to better serve critical care to ICU patients, the division has deployed a latest technology of central monitoring platform, also known as the Beam System, an expensive introduction from Germany, that houses hardware, gaseous delivery, and electrical supply in the system installed for every ICU bed. The Beam System not only delivers oxygen supply and provides endotracheal suctioning, it also builds in specially designed supports on both sides of the beam to tailor the placement of various medical equipment--all give the Beam System versatility to be truly space-saving and easy in equipment operation that further enhances the maintenance and management of the ICU environment.

All ICUs are illuminated, structurally organized, and ergonomic with spacious partition between beds. All ICU beds are electrically powered and controllable by patients to suit comfortable positions of inclination. There are removable working stations at bed ends for nursing staff to provide bedside care.

There are sinks installed between ICU beds for staff’s hygienic needs before and after caring of patients. ICUs are also equipped with four isolation rooms that target to add efficacy to controlling any hospital infections and hence to increase the quality of health care. The Division of Critical Care comprises of Critical Care board-certified physicians, specialized critical care nurses, respiratory therapist, attending physicians, resident physicians, pharmacists, dieticians, nursing supervisors and registered nurses. All health care providers in the Critical Care Division have been trained and certified from critical care programs at accredited medical centers. The division also holds regular training courses for critical care to maintain the quality of services.