24 x 7 trauma and accident care following latest ATLS protocol:
Our hospital provides 24 x 7 trauma and accident care with the latest Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) protocol to ensure that patients receive timely and efficient treatment. Our team of trauma specialists is equipped to handle all types of traumatic injuries, including those caused by accidents, falls, and other incidents. We have state-of-the-art facilities and equipment to provide the best possible care in emergency situations. Our team works with a sense of urgency and follows a systematic approach to trauma care to improve the chances of survival and recovery.
Zero hour trauma surgery:
Our hospital provides Zero Hour Trauma Surgery, which is a surgical procedure performed within one hour of a traumatic injury. This procedure is critical in saving the lives of patients with severe injuries, such as those sustained in a car accident or a fall from a height. Our trauma team is well-equipped to perform this procedure, and we have the necessary infrastructure and technology to provide the best possible care. Our goal is to reduce the time between the patient's arrival and the surgical intervention, which is crucial for improving the chances of a successful outcome.
All primary and complex trauma surgeries:
Our hospital provides all primary and complex trauma surgeries, including those involving the head, neck, chest, abdomen, pelvis, and extremities. Our trauma team has extensive experience in performing these surgeries, and we use the latest surgical techniques and technology to provide the best possible outcomes. Our team works closely with other specialists, including neurosurgeons, plastic surgeons, and orthopedic surgeons, to provide comprehensive care to our patients. We also offer rehabilitation services to help our patients recover from their injuries and regain their quality of life.
Multidisciplinary approach to poly-trauma patients:
Polytrauma patients are those who have sustained multiple traumatic injuries, often involving different parts of the body. Our hospital provides a multidisciplinary approach to treating these patients, which involves a team of trauma specialists, including surgeons, critical care physicians, nurses, and rehabilitation specialists. This approach allows us to provide comprehensive care to these complex cases and improves the chances of a successful outcome. We work closely with our patients and their families to ensure that they receive the care and support they need throughout their recovery.
Pelvi-acetabular fracture reconstruction and rehabilitation:
Pelvic and acetabular fractures are complex injuries that require specialized care. Our hospital has a team of trauma specialists who are experts in the reconstruction and rehabilitation of these fractures. We use the latest surgical techniques and technology to provide the best possible outcomes for our patients. Our team also provides rehabilitation services to help our patients regain their mobility and quality of life after their injury.
Early mobilization and established rehabilitation protocols:
Early mobilization and rehabilitation are critical components of the recovery process for trauma patients. Our hospital has established rehabilitation protocols that are tailored to the needs of each patient, depending on the severity of their injury. Our team works closely with our patients to help them regain their strength, mobility, and independence. We use a range of techniques, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and other rehabilitation modalities, to help our patients achieve their goals.
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What is the difference between a trauma center and a regular hospital?
A trauma center is a specialized hospital that is equipped to provide immediate and comprehensive care to patients with traumatic injuries. They have specially trained trauma surgeons, critical care specialists, and other healthcare professionals who are experienced in managing complex and life-threatening injuries.
How do trauma centers prioritize patients?
Trauma centers use a system called the triage system to prioritize patients based on the severity of their injuries. Patients are classified as either priority 1, 2, or 3, with priority 1 being the most severe cases that require immediate attention.
What should I do if I or someone I know has a traumatic injury?
If you or someone you know has a traumatic injury, call 911 immediately. Do not attempt to move the person unless they are in immediate danger. Stay on the line with the operator and follow their instructions until emergency medical services arrive.
What types of injuries are treated at a trauma center?
Trauma centers provide care for a wide range of injuries, including those caused by car accidents, falls, gunshot wounds, burns, and sports injuries. They also provide care for patients who have suffered from head injuries, spinal cord injuries, and fractures.
What is the "golden hour" in trauma care?
The "golden hour" is the first hour after a traumatic injury occurs. It is the most critical time for a patient and can often mean the difference between life and death. During this time, it is important to get the patient to a trauma center as quickly as possible to begin treatment.