Emergency Guidelines

In case of any Heart Emergency, you will always find us on your side

Serious cardiovascular diseases may come knocking on your door without any prior notice. During such circumstances, you can rely on us to take care of you and your loved ones.

Our emergency response team is active 24/7 to provide urgent and top-tier cardiac care to the patients, making sure they survive the emergency in the best way possible.

Here are the guidelines and procedures followed by our cardiac care team while dealing with an emergency :

Call For Help Immediately
The first step in responding to a cardiac emergency is always to call for help. This ensures that the hospital staff are aware of the situation and can respond quickly. We advise you to give us a quick emergency call so that we are prepared for your arrival. You can also visit any of our facilities at any time, right away.

Initiating CPR
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is an important life-saving technique that restores the flow of oxygen-rich blood to patient’s the brain and other vital organs. During an emergency, we initiate CPR immediately if the patient is not breathing or does not have a pulse. We follow the guidelines for CPR provided by the hospital, which may include chest compressions and rescue breathing.

Notifying The Cardiologist
The cardiologist on duty will be immediately notified of the emergency. This will allow them to assess the patient’s condition and provide appropriate treatment at once. The cariologist will also be provided with all relevant information, such as the patient’s medical history, current condition, and the medications they are taking (if any).

Preparing The Defibrillator
If the patient is suffering from a cardiac arrest, the defibrillator will be prepared. It is a medical device that delivers an electrical shock to the heart to restore normal heart rhythm.

Transporting The Patient
Once the patient’s condition is stabilized, they will be transported to the cardiac care unit for further evaluation and treatment. This may include diagnostic tests, medication administration, and other interventions to help stabilize the patient.

Documenting The Emergency
A detailed record of the emergency will be documented in the patient’s medical chart. This helps us ensure that all members of our cardiac care team are aware of the situation and can provide the right care. This record will include the time and location of the emergency, actions taken, medications administered, and any other relevant information.

Reviewing The Emergency
After the emergency has been resolved, our team will also conduct a review to identify any areas for improvement. This may include reviewing emergency protocols, training staff on emergency procedures, and ensuring that all necessary equipment is in working order. By conducting a review, the hospital identifies ways to improve its emergency response and ensure that you and your loved ones receive the highest quality of care.

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