24X7 Emergency & Trauma Care

24X7 Emergency Service

The Department of Trauma and Emergency Care at CMRI, treats everything from life-threatening crises like strokes to the likes of cuts and fractures with the same care. Available 24×7, ED treats infants, children, adolescents and adults in the need for all kinds of a medical emergency. The emergency department at CMRI has a team of multidisciplinary doctors, nurses trained in critical care and emergency, and specialists who are available around the clock. Once the patient is admitted, a triage of nurses examine and allot to a zone depending on the severity of the condition. Patients with life-threatening and time-critical conditions like, stroke and major accidents are immediately attended by a doctor and managed in a separate dedicated zone called the Resuscitation Bay. The patient is directly shifted to this bay without any delay where a team of expert doctors and nurses immediately assess and start interventions to stabilize the patient. Using state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment, CMRI is quickly able to scan the body for internal injuries and start the right course of treatment for better care and recovery.

Facilities & Services

At CMRI, the ER is equipped to cater to almost all medical emergencies that can happen. Some of the treatments offered here are

  • Advanced emergency airway management in adults
  • Basic airway management in adults
  • Capnography
  • Mechanical Ventilation in ER
  • Non-invasive ventilation in ER
  • Rapid sequence intubation in adults
  • Tracheal Intubation and RSI
  • Basic life support (BLS) in adults
  • Emergent surgical cricothyrotomy (cricothyroidotomy)
  • Infiltration of local anesthetics
  • Procedural sedation in adults
  • Arterial blood gases
  • Central venous access
  • Peripheral venous access in adults
  • Closure of minor skin wounds with staples
  • Closure of skin wounds with sutures
  • Minor wound repair with tissue adhesives (cyanoacrylates)
  • Incision and drainage for skin abscess
  • Assessment and management of scalp lacerations
  • Closure of minor skin wounds with staples
  • Closure of skin wounds with sutures
  • Minor wound preparation and irrigation
  • Minor wound repair with tissue adhesives (cyanoacrylates)
  • Reduction of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dislocation
  • Shoulder dislocation and reduction
  • Splinting of musculoskeletal injuries
  • Lumbar puncture
  • Antepartum fetal heart rate assessment
  • – Diagnostic thoracentesis
  • – Placement and management of thoracostomy tubes

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