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Medical Emergencies We Deal with at CritiCare Asia

CritiCare Asia Hospital is a 24/7 emergency hospital that provides comprehensive care for a wide range of medical emergencies. Our team of skilled mеdіcаl professionals is available around-thе-clock, 7 days a weеk, to respond quickly and expertly to any medical emergency.

Some of the medical emergencies that we deal with include:
  • Heart attack
  • Stroke
  • Seizure
  • Drowning
  • Fall
  • Burn
  • Poisoning
  • Animal bite
  • Sudden allergic reaction
  • Unconscious person

If you or someone you know іs havіng a medical еmеrgеncy, please dіal our emеrgеncy numbеr right away. We'll lеnd you support and take you to our hospital for additional care.

Here are some tips on how to identify a medical emergency:
  • If someone is unconscious, not breathing, or bleeding heavily, call an ambulance immediately.
  • If someone is having chest pain, difficulty breathing, or sudden numbness or weakness on one side of the body, call an ambulance immediately.
  • If someone is having a seizure, be calm and do not try to restrain them. Put something soft under their head and time the seizure. Once the seizure stops, call an ambulance if it lasted longer than five minutes.
  • If someone has fallen and is injured, check for any bleeding or deformity. If you see any serious injuries, call an ambulance immediately.
  • If someone has been burned, cool the burn with cool water for 10 minutes. Do not apply ice or ointments. Call an ambulance if the burn is large or deep.
  • If someone has been poisoned, call an ambulance immediately. Do not induce vomiting until instructed to do so by a poison control centre.
  • If someone has been bitten by an animal, clean the wound with soap and water and apply a bandage. Call an ambulance if the animal was a wild animal or if the bite is severe.
  • If someone is having an allergic reaction, call an ambulance immediately if they have difficulty breathing or swallowing.
Here are some tips on what to do after calling an ambulance:
  • Stay calm and provide first aid if you are able.
  • Keep the person comfortable and warm.
  • Reassure the person and let them know that help is on the way.
  • Do not move the person unless they are in immediate danger.

Our Emergency Preparedness

CritiCare Asia Hospital is committed to providing the highest level of care to our patients, even in the event of an emergency.

We have a comprehensive emergency preparedness plan in place that includes the following:

  • A team of skilled doctors and nurses who are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to look after any emergency.
  • A state-of-the-art hospital equipped to handle a variety of medical emergencies.
  • A robust communication system that allows us to quickly and effectively communicate with our patients, staff, and first responders.
  • A well-rehearsed disaster plan that outlines our response to specific types of emergencies.

We regularly test and update our emergency preparedness plan to ensure that we are always prepared to respond to any situation. We also conduct drills and training exercises to ensure that our staff is familiar with our procedures and protocols.

Even in the case of an emergency, we are cеrtain that our emеrgency preparеdness plan will enable us to give our patients the best possible care.

Emergency Services

CritiCare Asia Hospital offers a wide range of emergency services, including:

We are committed to providing our patients with the best level of care, even in the event of an emergency. If you or someone you know is experiencing a medical emergency, please call (Insert Number) or come to our emergency room immediately.

How Emergency Response Process Works?

The emergency response process is a systematic approach to managing an emergency situation. It typically involves the following steps:

Incident identification

The first step is to identify the incident and assess the situation. This includes determining the nature of the emergency, the location of the incident, and the number of people involved.


Once the incident has been identified, the appropriate authorities need to be notified. This may include local law enforcement, fire department, and emergency medical services (EMS).


The next step is to respond to the incident. This may involve sending first responders to the scene, providing medical assistance, or evacuating people from the area.


Once the initial response has been made, the situation needs to be assessed. This includes determining if the emergency is over, if there are any further needs, and if any resources need to be mobilised.


The final step is to recover from the emergency. This may involve cleaning up the scene, providing assistance to victims, and preventing future incidents from happening.

The emergency response process can vary depending on the specific incident. However, the general steps outlined above are typically followed in most cases.

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