There are patients who are no longer in the critical phase of their illness, but still need ICU facilities and critical care treatment. There are patients who are at the end stage of their lives and could still benefit from being sent home, where ICU services can still be provided along with home care nursing. Long stays in the ICU potentially increases the risk of acquiring nosocomial infections, which could delay the start of rehabilitative treatments..
So, essentially, people who might need critical care are those who are recovering after a prolonged stay in the ICU, neurological patients, patients with spinal/brain injuries and/or multiple trauma, post-transplant patients, end-of-life care patients, cancer patients, patients with end-stage respiratory disorders, patients on Ventilator and/or Tracheostomy – to name a few.
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A hospital environment can never be compared to the peaceful experience of healing in the comfort of your own home. Our Home Critical Care service is especially designed to tend to all your medical requirements for providing acute care to your loved ones, within your home setup.
Our Home Critical care are ready to provide quality services to everyone in need of assistance, including elders, those who are living with a disability, and those who are in recovery from an injury or living with a chronic condition. We focus on your individual needs, regardless of the reason you need some extra help. Let us help your day-to-day life be simple, comfortable, and safe.