Critical care

Patient critical care involves providing intensive and specialized medical care to individuals

who are in a critical or life-threatening condition. It typically takes place in an intensive care unit (ICU) or a specialized critical care unit. Critical care teams, including doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals, closely monitor the patient’s vital signs, administer medications, perform procedures, and utilize advanced medical technologies to stabilize and support the patient’s organ function. The goal of patient critical care is to provide immediate and comprehensive treatment, prevent further deterioration, and optimize the chances of recovery for critically ill patients.