The hospital is serving people with safe hands by proving its Poly Trauma Centre. Hospital is providing 24 hours emergency and trauma care is geared to treat all kinds of medical and surgical emergencies including poly-trauma with the most advanced equipment’s. The emergency is manned by well-trained doctors.
The emergency is divided into triage area where all the patients are first seen and stabilized and an observation area for patients who need to be kept in the hospital for a few hours. The emergency care is backed by consultants from all specialties and super-specialties, round the clock and supported by skilled paramedics.
The pre-hospital care is done by a fleet of fully equipped ambulances manned by paramedical personnel who are trained in basic life support and basic trauma life support.
The Fractures of the Upper Limb
Clavicle fractures are one of the most common fractures seen in outpatient department they occur due to fall on outstretch hands, RTA. Most of the times clavicle fractures are treated conservatively. The surgical treatment is indicated in patients with tenting of skin over the fracture site, open fractures, non-union and if neurovascular deficit is present. Patients who are treated conservatively will require 3 weeks of immobilization followed by shoulder strengthening exercises. The surgical treatment is in the form of plate fixation and immediate mobilization of the shoulder joint.
- Proximal humerus fractures
- Fracture shaft of humerus
- Distal humerus fractures
- Fracture dislocation of the elbow
- Forearm fractures
- Distal radius fractures
- Fractures of the carpal bones
- Open fractures of the upper limb
- The fractures of the pelvis
- Acetabular fractures
The Fractures of the Lower Limb
- The neck of femur fractures
- Trochanteric fractures
- Femur fractures
- Knee fractures
- Tibia Fracture
- Ankle fractures
- Foot Injuries
- Talus and Calcaneum