Doctors and Nurses show of compassion help in healing process of two ICU cases
The highly talented and skilled surgeons, physicians and nurses assigned to Prime Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU) play an essential and significant role in the move towards nursing back patients to recovery. The doctors and nurses have been lauded for their work in helping patients get better.
The hospital has recently cited two patient case studies that demonstrate the effective role played by Prime’s ICU team in rendering service and assistance to their wards. The first is a neuro patient suffering from a debilitating cerebrovascular disease. The patient, a 54-year-old male, was brought to Prime Hospital with a decreasing level of consciousness. An immediate surgical procedure was conducted followed by close monitoring and care from Prime's ICU doctors and nurses amazingly paved the way for his recovery.
The second case details the path to healing made by a 24-year-old female rescued from drowning. She was treated meticulously to prevent the devastating effects of aspiration and arrest. The patient was in mechanical ventilation and sedation for two days and successfully extubated and fully recovered. She was discharged five days after she was rushed to the hospital, and was grateful to Prime’s ICU team for their tireless, warm care and efforts to save her life. Her employer, who was amazed by her fast recovery, was likewise thankful to the ICU staff.
Dr. Jamil Ahmed, MD, Prime Hospital, said, “Our team of medical professionals assigned to the ICU knows the significant role that they need to play in order to save a patient. In just a matter of seconds, the complexities of life can quickly unravel--it can mark new beginnings or signal the end. At Prime Hospital, we continuously aim at living up to our promise of delivering quality ‘personalized care personally.’ This is ably reflected in the commitment and dedication showed by our nurses--who are further guided by their mission to bring the best possible outcomes in life-threatening conditions. We salute the members of our ICU team and remain confident in their capabilities to help lead their patients towards recovery.”