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The emergency Services today has --- fully equipped beds to handle any emergency 24*7. Central oxygen, monitoring of vital statistics, suction and resuscitative measures for the pivot of services provided. Patients coming in with serious ailments are administered immediate medical care and then moved an attached ICU where by a team of doctors and nursing staff work towards stabilizing the patient. Once stable they are moved to specialized ICUs or inpatient wards as per the requirements. Patients with minor concerns are provided with preliminary treatment and discharged after chalking out a follow-up schedule.


Critical care has now matured as a specialty service. Traditional intensive care along the branches of medicine, surgery, pediatric etc are slowly transforming into a more integrated pattern with advancing knowledge, procedures, equipment and newer methods of treatment. However the extension of intensive care to further specialization in coronary care (CCU), Respiratory cares (RICU), Neonatal care (NICU), burns etc. will continue and further expand to deal with any emergency.
Intensive Care Units have advanced equipments, professionals with special skills and follow standardized protocols resulting very clearly in improved clinical outcomes.
Krishna Hospital has a number of specialty ICUs like Medical (MICU), Surgical (SICU), Coronary Care (CCU), Pediatric (PICU), Neonatal (NICU), Respiratory (RICU), Maternal (GICU), and Casualty ICU. To further improve on the facilities and patient care Krishna Hospital has moved to a new structure by introducing a step-down ICU between the ICU and a ward which helps monitor patients moving out of the ICU at a better level.


Radio diagnosis is a medical specialty that employs the use of imaging to diagnose diseases visualized within the human body. It opens up a window into the human body which helps understand and cure a number of different ailments. Radio diagnosis has entered a new era of imaging which redefines the very way we visualize, perceive and interpret our body structures and organs using unbelievable techniques and technology. Krishna Hospital uses an array of different imaging techniques at its Radio Diagnosis center such as X-ray radiography, ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) etc. for diagnosis. Various facilities available at Krishna Hospital include conventional as well as portable x-ray machines, C-Ram, Ultra-sonography (USG), Color Doppler, Spiral Computerized Tomography (spiral CT), MRI Scan and Mammography.
This facility plays a very important role and is managed by a team rich in experience as well as expertise.


The Blood Bank at Krishna Hospital started functioning in the year 1984 and in 2003 under the scheme of modernization of blood banks it was completely revamped to a fully equipped component blood bank now recognized and registered as a Regional Blood Transfusion Center under State Blood Transfusion Council of Maharashtra.
The main function of the blood bank is blood collection, processing of whole blood, preparation of blood components, storage of whole blood components& destruction of contaminated blood.
The bank has grouping and cross matching laboratories which use latest techniques and screen blood for various transfusion transmitted diseases. The component division is fully equipped with nine refrigerated centrifuges, Laminar Airflow, Deep Freezers (-350 & -700C), Platelet Agitators, incubators and cryoprecipitate bath. The blood bank now manufactures four major components viz. red cell concentrate (PCU, fresh frozen plasma (FFP), platelet concentrate (PC) and cryoprecipitate (CRYO).
It also serves a training center for blood bank officers and technologists of other blood banks.

Operation Theater:

Medical science has come a long way from where an operation theater was just that, an amphitheater where students and other spectators could watch surgeons perform surgery. Equipped with 11 major and minor operation theaters, Krishna Hospital is equipped to handle any kind of surgery. Handling 35 surgeries on a daily basis on an average is a team of veteran surgeons and staff. The operating rooms are spacious, well-lit, easy to clean with overhead surgical lights and equipments to monitor the patient statistics. The operation theater is provided with electricity back up in case of power failures, auto claves for sterilization of uniforms and equipments, dedicated scrubbing areas, preparation room and recovery rooms. The operation theater is centrally located in the hospital yet separated from other wards and departments to ensure only authorized person has an access to it. A specialized endoscopy and septic operation theater is also available at Krishna Hospital. The new operating room in the Cathlab is a contemporary modular operation theater with centralized air-conditioning.