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ICU setup at home

There might be times, when it so happens that a patient requires the facilities of an Intensive Care Unit for a long duration. This can prove to be taxing, both monetarily and emotionally, especially for the immediate family members. This is where Medfind can step in, and set up an ICU at home. At Medfind, we understand that at no cost, do you want to compromise on the facilities being provided to your loved one.

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What does it include?

ICU at home setup mainly comprises of the following:

  • Critical Care Nurse: The most significant member of the ICU team at home is the critical care nurse, who will take care of the patient's daily medical needs like giving medicines, consulting the doctor, administering injections, checking daily progress and handling all medical equipment. An experienced critical care nurse makes sa major difference in the recovery of a patient. Learn more…
  • Medical Equipment: An ICU setup at home requires technologically advanced medical equipment. This equipment varies from patient to patient. Some of the most commonly used medical equipment includes IV stand, para monitor, oxygen cylinder, suction machine, alpha mattress, nebulizer, DVT pump etc. Learn more…
  • Bed Sore Management: Bedsores, if not paid attention to, can result in severe infection for the patient and hinder the recovery process.  Thus, proper bedsore management includes change of dressing 2-3 times a day and proper use of alpha mattress.
  • Physiotherapy: Physiotherapy helps to improve the mobility of the body. Medfind provides well-trained physiotherapists at your doorstep, as a part of the ICU setup at home.  Learn more…

Mr. Gupta's Story

“My son had a terrible accident while returning from office. He was severely injured and had lost consciousness. The doctor told us that his condition was serious due to excess blood loss. After a couple of days in hospital, his condition started improving, and he finally regained consciousness. This is when the doctor informed us that he would need intensive care for a few more months. After staying in the ICU for over a month, we had spent lakhs of rupees and were strongly hit by the cost of the treatment. The doctor saw us struggling and suggested that we set up an ICU at home. We did some research about this on the internet and called Mefind. The team at Medfind turned my son's bedroom into a mirror image of the ICU. Thanks to Medfind, my son has recovered and is taking rehabilitation sessions.”

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Why ICU at home?

  • Cost effective: The average cost of an ICU per day can fall anywhere between Rs 25,000 to Rs 30,000 whereas in comparison, a fully functional ICU setup at home will cost you around 7,000 to 10,000 per day. The difference in cost is huge.
  • Personalized Care: In a hospital, a nurse attends to 3-4 patients at a time whereas if there's an ICU at home, you will get a critical care nurse at home, who'll only be devoted to the patient 24/7.
  • Satisfaction: In a hospital ICU, you get to meet your loved one only once or twice a day, whereas at home, you can be near them all the time to personally monitor their caretaking..
  • Home environment: It has been observed that patients tend to recover faster in the comforts of their home.
  • Doctor supervision: Just like a hospital ICU, our nurses are in constant touch with the doctors at Medfind to provide quality care to the patient.

Related: Doctor Visit at Home

Why Medfind?

  • Cost effective setup with technologically advanced modern equipment 
  • Team of trained professionals with a proven track record of treating critically ill patients at home
  • All equipment undergo thorough quality checks 
  • Sufficient inventory of equipment for backup in Medfind office
  • Experienced critical care nurses to take care of the patient at all times
  • Nurses are constantly in touch with the doctors in Medfind office for supervision

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