The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is the area of the hospital where the human and material resources necessary to meet the needs of the most serious patients are concentrated.
All personnel working in the ICU, both medical and nursing and auxiliary, is specially trained in the care of critical patients. The medical team is composed entirely of specialists in Intensive Medicine, trained specifically in the management of critical patients. His continued presence in the ICU, in collaboration with the rest of the hospital's specialists, guarantees that the most serious patients receive the highest quality care.
Our commitment is to provide excellent, comprehensive and high-quality scientific-technical attention based essentially on the safety and effectiveness of our actions. At the same time, we intend that such attention be personalized and adapted to the particular circumstances and values of each patient seeking, as ultimate goal, the maximum satisfaction of our patients and their families.
Neonatal and Pediatric ICU
Our unit guarantees intensive follow-up with maximum support in emergency situations of any medical severity, taking care of patients in case of pediatric pathology, surgical intervention or neonatal pathology, regardless of gestational age and birth weight. Prenatal diagnosis, follow-up and prevention during pregnancy and childbirth, along with the care provided by the Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, allow an optimal and comprehensive follow-up adapted to each patient and in any circumstance. For this, the Unit has a highly qualified staff, including neonatologists, pediatric intensive care physicians and nurses with presence the 24 hours each day, it also has the latest generation of technology, which allows the monitoring and optimal treatment of neonates and children regardless of the pathology they present.
The Intensive Care Unit has the important and innovative support of services such as Diagnostic Imaging / Radiology, Sleep Unit, Neurophysiology, Laboratory and Microbiology that allow it, in turn, to offer support to different surgical specialties.
The Chiron Pediatric Unit, as a complement to its Intensive Care Unit, organizes and structures the subsequent multidisciplinary follow-up in children with high neurological risk (eg premature infants) in their consultations, always in search of continuity in the optimal treatment and follow-up with the purpose of providing our patients and their environment with a healthy future. To this end, communication between different professionals and specialties is encouraged and continuous training is promoted. The result of this is, for example, the Perinatology Committee integrated by obstetricians, midwives, neonatologists and nurses whose objective is to optimize results, a better diagnostic orientation and therapeutic attitude in order to improve the prognosis and well-being of our patients and their families.