Neurology is the medical specialty focused on the study and treatment of disorders affecting the human nervous system.

Oxymed Research Institute has state-of-the-art Advanced Intensive Care Units and Critical Care Units to serve patients who face life-threatening illnesses or injuries. Coupled with the utmost care and protection and constant close monitoring support from experts, the patients receive the best treatment. Different types of equipment to tackle difficulties and medications are all available under one roof at Oxymed Hospital.

In most cases, in an emergency, patients are admitted into ICU and usually taken for surgery.

However, in Oxymed, the ICU is utilized for stabilizing and preparing the patient for non-invasive treatment. This method gives the patient solace and helps in quick recovery without the trauma of surgical intervention

Advanced gadgets and technology to support any treatment.
-Futuristic facilities to tackle any emergency.
-All prerequisites at hand to rise to emergencies.

We at Oxymed Provide dialysis care to patients who require so, swiftly and without delay to make it comfortable for you and is constantly monitored by our healthcare professional. Dialysis removes toxins and excessive waste by filtering the blood in the body. It often involves diverting blood to a machine to be filtered and cleansed of toxins and waste fluids that could build up to a dangerous level.

If left untreated, this could cause several unpleasant symptoms and eventually be fatal. Dialysis filters out unwanted substances and fluids from the blood before the body is pushed into this situation.

State-of-the-art equipment.
-Monitored by professionals who are experts in the field.

The in-house pharmacy at Oxymed Hospital functions throughout the day to help patients’ access their medical needs without any hassle. We provide all pharmaceutical facilities under one roof to ensure that our patients are satisfied. The pharmacy houses all medicines and drugs recommended by our doctors. It keeps them available at all times.

Available throughout the day.
-Holds all the medicines required for treatment.
-Helps in bringing several facilities under one roof.

Oxymed houses the best equipment to conduct the test.
-The test can identify irregular heart rhythms.
-This test is cost-effective while identifying cardio problems.
-Does not involve any risks, and no hospitalization is required.

Ambulance Services
Oxymed Hospital provides ambulance services in case of emergency to help patients access the hospital without hassle. The ambulance services are prompt and do not cause any delay during emergencies. The ambulance services hold facilities that can help the patient’s condition stay under control with proper monitoring during the journey.
-Prompt service without delay
-Holds facilities to tackle any emergency
-Reduces the stress of patients and family members with immediate help even before they reach the hospital.

Trauma Care
Trauma care encompasses a multidisciplinary approach to managing patients who have sustained physical injuries resulting from accidents, violence, natural disasters, or other traumatic events. It involves rapid assessment, stabilization, treatment, and rehabilitation of patients with traumatic injuries, with the ultimate goal of minimizing morbidity and mortality while promoting optimal recovery. Here's an overview of trauma care:

Key Components of Trauma Care:

Prehospital Care: Prompt prehospital care is critical for trauma patients. Emergency medical services (EMS) personnel assess the patient's condition, provide immediate interventions such as airway management, hemorrhage control, and immobilization, and transport the patient to the appropriate trauma center.

Trauma Center: Trauma centers are specialized facilities equipped with resources, expertise, and personnel to provide comprehensive care for critically injured patients. They are typically categorized into different levels (Level I to Level IV) based on the range of services and capabilities they offer.

Primary Survey: Upon arrival at the trauma center, patients undergo a primary survey, following the ABCDE approach (Airway, Breathing, Circulation, Disability, Exposure). This rapid assessment helps identify and address life-threatening injuries promptly.

Resuscitation: Patients with severe traumatic injuries may require immediate resuscitation, including fluid resuscitation, blood transfusion, and interventions to maintain vital organ perfusion and oxygenation.

Diagnostic Evaluation: Diagnostic imaging studies, such as X-rays, CT scans, and ultrasound, help identify the extent and nature of injuries, guiding treatment decisions and surgical interventions.

Definitive Care: Definitive care involves addressing specific injuries through surgical procedures, interventional radiology, orthopedic interventions, neurosurgery, and other specialized treatments. Multidisciplinary teams collaborate to manage complex injuries effectively.

Critical Care Management:
Trauma patients often require intensive care management to address complications, stabilize physiological parameters, and prevent secondary injuries. Critical care teams monitor patients closely, provide mechanical ventilation, hemodynamic support, and manage associated organ dysfunction.

Rehabilitation and Long-term Care:
Rehabilitation services play a crucial role in helping trauma survivors regain function, mobility, and independence. Physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and psychological support are integral components of the rehabilitation process.

Injury Prevention and Public Health Initiatives: Trauma care also encompasses injury prevention efforts aimed at reducing the incidence and severity of traumatic injuries through public health initiatives, education, legislation, and community outreach programs.

Trauma Registry and Quality Improvement:
Trauma centers maintain trauma registries to collect data on patient outcomes, injury patterns, and process measures. This information facilitates quality improvement initiatives and research aimed at enhancing trauma care delivery and patient outcomes.