Surgical intensive care unit
The new cardiosurgical intensive and intermediate care unit, which was inaugurated on 6 February 2009 in the presence of then Prime Minister of Niedersachsen Christian Wulff, sets standards in convenience for patients and their relatives. The altogether 26 intensive and 25 intermediate care beds on over 3,200m² have been designed and equipped according to the latest psychological and intensive care aspects. In addition to
22 double rooms there are also 7 single rooms.
Since we make use of the most sophisticated medical technology, we can not only provide the routine intensive care after surgery but also look after very seriously ill patients in the best conceivable manner.
THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
- various circulatory support methods
- differentiated types of artificial respiration
- kidney replacements
- liver replacements
Bright and spacious rooms, warm colours, spacious lounge areas and direct access to the adjacent park are the hallmarks of this ward, which was inaugurated in 2009. The focal point of the intensive care unit is the light-filled atrium, which is open at all times to family members and visitors. The Silent Room is intended for anyone who would like to find peace and quiet – a place for all religions as well as non-religious
Our cardiosurgical intensive and intermediate care unit has even been awarded the “Relatives always welcome!” certificate by the Stiftung Pflege e.V. (a German nursing care foundation). Further information for family members and visitors can be foundHERE.