Internal ICU

Name: Internal ICU

Specialty of the Unit: Providing intensive care for internal patients

Number of beds: There are 10 beds in the main hall of the unit. Two beds are specially designed for patients in isolated rooms.

Other spaces: A room for the person in charge of the unit - Isolated room - Treatment section - pantry and tea room - WC and bathroom in the unit

The most commonly diagnosed diseases admitted to the unit last year:

Brain Stroke - Lung infections - Respiratory failure - Gastrointestinal bleeding - Blood infection - Cancer

Specialist of Unit: Dr. Farhad Malek (Pulmonologist)

Head of the Nursing Staff of the unit: Ms. Karimian (nurse) with more than 15 years experience in critical care units

Medical Specialists of the unit:

- Dr. Farhad Malek (Pulmonologist)

- Dr. Afshin Samaie (Neurologist)

- Dr. Nooshin Massoudian (Neurologist)

- Dr. Mohammad Nassaji (Infectious Disease Specialist)

- Dr Ali Gohari (Infectious Disease Specialist)

- Dr. Mohammad Reza Tamadan (Nephrologists)

- Dr. Maliheh Yar Mohammadi (Nephrologists)

- Dr. Hossein Nobakht (Gastroenterologist)

- Dr. Mohammad Reza Dabiri (Gastroenterologist)

- Dr. Farahnaz Ghahramanfard (Oncologist)

- Dr Soraya Dostmohammadian (Endocrinologist)

- Dr. Banafsheh Shah Nazari (Endocrinologist)

- Dr. Majid Foroutan (Endocrinologist)

- Dr Jamileh Moghimi (Rheumatologist)

- Dr. Atousa Najmeddin (Internal Medicine Specialist)

- Dr. Mahboubeh Dervan (Internal Medicine Specialist

 

Percentage of bed occupancy last year: 97.3%

Location in the hospital: first floor - eastern side - across the suspended bridge

Major equipment:

Oxygen and central suction - Central ventilation system - Electroconvulsive device - Electrocardiograms - Arterial blood gas analyzer (ABG) - Mechanical ventilator - Portable ventilator device - Oxymetric pulse unit - Special emergency dialysis bed for patients - Central and portal monitoring system - Syringe and Micro Infusion Pump - Lead apron and prevents in hospitals

The usual process of admission and treating patients in the unit:

Patients are admitted in the internal ward in two ways:

- 1) from the emergency ward

- 2) From the admissions units

 

- The order of the physician to transfer the patient to the Critical Care Unit - Controlling the patient in case they have expensive personal items with them (all jewelry and expensive items and personal belongings of the patient will be delivered to their accompaniment and receipt of delivery is taken) - Control of the wound bed (if there is a wound bed, the condition of the wound should be notified to the patient’s accompaniment in the presence of a nurse) - Filling in the form of familiarity with the unit by patients’ accompaniment after the presentation of the necessary explanations and trainings by the nurse of the unit- Providing the educational pamphlet for each patient, along with his accompaniment

With the best wishes for all patients to recover their health