Resuscitation department

The resuscitation and intensive care unit of the RSCSA is key along with the operational components of high-quality and safe emergency and planned medical care.

Every day, including holidays and weekends, there are at least 2 doctors on duty, an anesthesiologist on duty, and the head of the Department. They work together with the attending physicians to ensure the continuity of the workflow. In each of these wards, with the help of additional medical equipment, you can carry out a full range of measures for intensive care, anti-shock therapy and cardiopulmonary resuscitation of patients.

What is the intensive care unit in your clinic?

The intensive care unit includes 4 beds. Of which, 2 of them are occupied by a resuscitation room and a separate intensive care unit(light and heavy).

What capabilities does the center's intensive care unit have?

Our intensive care unit provides round-the-clock, 7 days a week, without holidays and weekends, emergency and emergency resuscitation care, including intensive therapy aimed at stabilizing the patient’s condition.

Purpose of the intensive care unit

The main thing in the activity of the RSCSA intensive care unit that sets us apart from the General background is a sensitive human and honest attitude to patients and their relatives.