Basics of the Intensive Care Unit
Hello, and welcome to the Center for Anesthesiology Podcast Series on this podcast. After this podcast, we hope to discuss the basics of the ICU. General ward admission criteria are general conditions requiring intensive care unit specific equipment and intensive care unit discharge criteria. Therefore, the intensive care unit in most hospitals is at different levels depending on the amount of treatment provided and the amount of treatment. In each ward, this podcast focuses on the intensive care unit, also known as the intensive care unit or intensive care unit. This is a specialized ward in hospitals and the main objectives of the Intensive Care Unit are to continuously treat and monitor critically ill and unstable patients. Treating patients with serious or life-threatening injuries to support a failed organ system and prevent it from becoming secondary is different from that of intensive care general wards, providing a specialized environment with a higher level of care than the general ward.
First there are specialized nurses and other staff in a general ward and most patients are cared for by one nurse or one doctor but in intensive care there are more doctors and usually one patient per patient and secondly patients have specialized equipment to measure and measure organ function. Illness or mortality rate is actually measured on intensive care. Therefore, more organ failure increases the risk of death or complications for patients. Finally, the cost of intensive care due to special care is more expensive than ward care. Patients with severe degeneration require organ failure.
These patients are often ill after an emergency surgery or after a severe physical deterioration such as asthma or pneumonia and are less likely to survive. These patients are usually elevated after major surgery. Postoperative monitoring and support levels show several emergency triggers in different systems of this slide. Respiratory cardiopulmonary neuropathy and generalized physicians who often refer patients to intensive care if the respiratory rate is low or high or the patient does not have enough oxygen in the blood I If they underestimate what happens then, they will usually call an outside nurse. Or the intensive care unit itself will be called.
Under what circumstances should the team come and assist the patient at that point to see the patient and then decide if it is appropriate and come to the patient for intensive care? One bed when the patient needs intensive care is called ODS Acute Respiratory Syndrome. This is a pulmonary edema shown by radioactive chest X-rays. Intensive care is required. Temperature breathing abnormalities and heart rate calculations are a key idea in treating sepsis, with patients receiving a treatment package and an example of a care package designed to improve the remaining sepsis movement. Treatment of Septic Patients Ultimately Acute Kidney Failure Acute Kidney Failure i Urea or Urine Product Lack of Kidney Kidney Function Abrupt Stop or Reduce All of these conditions Wire IT Medical Equipment Support We use a large number of equipment for intensive care Monitoring First Marking The monitor records the physical parameters we see in the patient The alarm on the monitor warns the nurse or doctor next to the bed about the sin of any particular deformity. If the patient is ventilated, the ventilator is activated.
Some patients have chest strain and most patients can have their urinary catheter measured once an hour. Patients are unable to breathe on their own These patients have hypoxemia and all that is caused by ventilation failure Carbon dioxide levels are often inflated on a machine called a ventilator. They are usually entered first. When unconscious they are associated with ventilation. A ventilator is a machine that helps a patient breathe by taking oxygen-rich air in and out of the lungs. It can be used at different levels. For example, patients who are unconscious and unable to motivate on their own are all awake and in a state of recovery and can be referred to as their own breathing stimulants. Cardiovascular failure is defined as the body’s inability to generate adequate blood flow to the esophagus.Organs The main equation here is that median or normal blood pressure is equal to cardiac output. If the heart rate is low or the volume of the arteries is low, the systemic vascular resistance can be extensively reduced due to two diseases causing damage to the arteries which reduces the volume of the arteries.
Sepsis and anaphylaxis of sepsis death Improper vasodilation If the transport of oxygen to the organs is not sufficient, the oxygen level in those organs may not be sufficient. For example, kidney, brain, liver, intestines, failure of these organs, also known as kidney failure, is the inability to excrete and maintain renal waste. Kidney replacement therapy is used because of the inability of the kidneys to remove an increase in blood markers by measuring urea creatinine and dissolved salts levels. He can be mechanically filtered by removing the blood from a large vein that circulates and filters the blood before returning to the patient. Nerve damage occurs when the brain is severely injured and stops functioning properly.
Lack of oxygen or oxygen to the brain due to traumatic infection or metabolic causes may cause the patient to fall into a coma in the intensive care unit. Focusing on preventing secondary injury to the brain after the initial insult is usually to minimize brain swelling and ensure an adequate blood supply with good oxygenation. The patient is constantly monitored by a bedside monitor, and when staff suspect swelling of the brain, internal pressure, also known as ICP, is monitored directly if there is a low level of consciousness. If the treatment given to the patient is successful, they will begin to heal from organ failure. In this case, the specialized equipment that supports their organs is gradually removed until the patient can manage it independently.
The rate of intensive care recovery to the intensive care unit or to a physician or surgeon usually depends on the number of inactive organs and the previous level of health and fitness. Intensive care, however, can cause great physical and psychological stress to the patient, and some common healing problems fail. Many differences between the intensive care unit and the normal ward of the ICU organs fail, and support can be provided until the patient is stable and begins to respond to treatment. The sources used in this podcast are the photos used in this podcast. Dr. Rob Stevens. Roxanne Jaffe and Dr.