Surgical Emergency

Surgical Emergency

Our surgeons in the emergency unit are available 24*7 for surgically treating any diseases or accidents that can be life threatening. Surgical emergency unit is available for cardiology, respiratory, gastrointestinal and traumatic emergencies.

The general surgeons and medical specialists will be there to get started immediately and save the patient’s life, starting right from quick diagnosis to surgery. If the patient’s condition deteriorates, they are shifted to the emergency unit. The staff then takes note of vital signs, medical history, conducts x-rays scan to evaluate the diagnosis.

If the patient is in a critical stage upon arrival, the staff immediately assists in stabilization with intravenous fluids and other interventions. This is followed by an immediate assessment and the specialist surgeon is summoned.  The surgeon will perform their own assessment and get to the operation.

Emergency surgery is also inclusive of pediatrics and geriatrics, with focus on cardiac arrests, strokes, brain aneurysms, and other high risk diseases.

Once the surgery is over and if the patient is stable, they will then be transferred to the Post Anesthesia Care Unit. During this recovery process, vital signs will be closely monitored and medication for pain will be administered by the staff. After the anesthesia has worn off, the patient will be transferred to their hospital room to heal. If the patient is still unstable, they will be taken to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for monitoring.