General Introduction

Coronary Intensive Care Units are special units where people under serious risk due to heart disease are followed closely and any deviations in vital signs can be intervened immediately.

Patients who have had a heart attack or are at risk, who are under the threat of heart attack, who are shocked due to heart disease and who need support, have rhythm problems or rhythm irregularities that require intervention are hospitalized in our contracted Hospitals Coronary Intensive Care Unit.

He is hospitalized in patients who are being treated for non-cardiac diseases and who need close cardiological monitoring during these treatments.

In addition, patients who have undergone heart surgery are usually taken to this unit for 2 days, and they experience the process of getting used to and recovering to go to the service.