General Introduction

General Intensive Care Units are areas equipped with high technology and provide vital support to critically ill patients for 24 hours.

In our hospitals, we have fully equipped General Intensive Care and Neonatal Intensive Care Units where we can accept adults and newborns.

Patients admitted to our departments where patients meeting general intensive care admission criteria are admitted:

*Patients who require close follow-up after major surgery,

*Patients who have had a brain hemorrhage,

*Patients with sudden paralysis,

*Patients with severe respiratory insufficiency.

*Patients with severe infections,

*Poisoning that disrupts or is expected to impair vital functions,

*Patients with general body trauma (such as head, chest, abdominal and extremity trauma)

*Patients with nervous system diseases (such as Myasthenia Gravis, Guillian Barre)