MB Hospital: Two New ICU Beds Ready for Emergencies


MB Hospital: Two New ICU Beds Ready for Emergencies

A new emergency lab will also be operational within the same timeframe to ensure prompt availability of required blood and diagnostic services

 
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MB Hospital Enhances Emergency and Super Specialty Services

Maharana Bhupal Hospital has launched new super specialty services benefitting patients arriving from distant locations. Alongside the implementation of the Rapid Referral Redressal System (RRRS), the hospital has established dedicated emergency units for both medical and trauma cases, complete with ICU beds.

Monitored Beds and Emergency Lab

Patients are now monitored closely with bedside monitors that track vital signs such as blood pressure, pulse rate, and ICU status. Following initial treatment, patients will be transferred to designated wards. Two emergency wards ICU been made. Adequate beds and trained staff have been assigned to handle emergencies, with operations set to commence officially within a week. A new emergency lab will also be operational within the same timeframe to ensure prompt availability of required blood and diagnostic services.

Rapid Referral Redressal System

Under the RRRS, all incoming patients are meticulously tracked and managed. Already, 60 referred patients have received immediate medical attention through this system. Family members are briefed about their loved one's condition the following day. In cases where patients are not immediately located post-arrival, attendants contact family members after consulting attending physicians. Furthermore, upon notification of a patient's referral, the hospital's control room initiates contact with family members to coordinate emergency responses accordingly.

Preparedness is evident with doctors and ward staff standing by with stretchers five minutes prior to each patient's expected arrival time, ensuring swift and efficient care delivery.

  • Doctors Use QR Codes to Transmit Patient Information to Control Room.
  • The control room staff is using the vehicle's GPS system to track the patient's location and communicate with the attendants. They are calculating the estimated arrival time at the hospital from this data and relaying it to the emergency coordinator.
  • The coordinator is using the ICU phone to share information with the relevant department's doctors about the patient's history and expected arrival time, ensuring they are informed before the patient reaches the hospital. ICU phones have been provided to all involved parties to facilitate better coordination.

Source: Rajasthan Patrika



 

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