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Critical Care

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Department of Critical Care

Critical care is a specialization of doctors which deals specifically with patients experiencing high-dependency, life threatening conditions. There are a range of ICU specialties where critical care doctors may work including surgical, trauma, coronary, medical, paediatric, burns, cardiothoracic and high risk nurseries.


Critical care can be mentally and physically demanding with long hours (including night shifts), extensive patient handling and high-pressure conditions. Critical care nurses must be able to make sophisticated judgements quickly as patients in ICU are often unstable and can experience rapid physiological decline.


shree giriraj multispeciality hospital has excellent team of doctors with huge experience. In Critical Care Team Members are Dr. Mayank Thakker (M.D., Internal Medicine), Dr. Tushar Patel M.D. (Pulmonologist), AFIH and Dr. Vishal Sadatia (MD (Internal Medicine), IDCCM (Fellow in Critical Care Medicine)).


It has a fully stocked 24-hour pharmacy, comprehensive laboratory services and ultramodern operating theaters. All the services are available 24x7 for immediate and accurate diagnosis of the patient’s condition. Each ICU bed is equipped with the most advanced monitoring systems, ventilators and oxygen delivery systems.

Doctors in Critical Care

Shree Giriraj Hospital is not only Multi-speciality Hospital. Has the excellence team of Critical Care, that committed to meet your needs and to make your stay in the hospital comfortable and pleasant.

Critical Care Include

When a patient suffers a heart attack, stroke, shock, severe trauma, respiratory distress or other severe medical issue, it is vital that they receive immediate and intensive doctor care. Critical care doctor are adept at providing such care in settings where patients can be given complex assessments and treatment.


  •   Assessing a patient’s condition and planning and implementing patient care plans
  •   Treating wounds and providing advanced life support
  •   Assisting physicians in performing procedures
  •   Observing and recording patient vital signs
  •   Ensuring that ventilators, monitors and other types of medical equipment function properly
  •   Administering intravenous fluids and medications
  •   Ordering diagnostic tests
  •   Collaborating with fellow members of the critical care team
  •   Responding to life-saving situations, using doctor standards and protocols for treatment
  •   Acting as patient advocate
  •   Providing education and support to patient families


Critical care doctor may also care for pre- and post-operative patients. In addition, some serve as case managers and policy makers, while others perform administrative duties.