Adult Intensive Care
In the adult intensive care branch, patients are under the supervision of nurses and doctors who have received special training 24 hours a day. These patients with high life-threatening conditions are treated in confined spaces isolated from other parts of the hospital. In the unit, patients are meticulously monitored 24 hours a day with intensive care units and special devices. The first goal of the branch is to follow the main disease that disrupts the general health of the patient and the organs that are negatively affected as a result of this disease and to treat dysfunctions. For this, advanced life support is provided to the patient with devices when necessary.