Patients who suffer injuries due to Road Traffic Accidents or due to any other accidents need comprehensive medical and surgical care across multiple specialties. The Emergency and Trauma Care Department at Siddh Hospital is equipped to handle all kinds of accidents which result in head injury, bone fracture, abdominal injury, cuts and abrasions, internal bleeding, spinal injuries or facial fractures. Our trauma team includes emergency physicians, critical care specialists, general surgeons, neurosurgeons and orthopaedic surgeons. The emergency room at Siddh hospital has 12 beds which can take care of polytrauma as well as mass casualties. Our Operating rooms are always in the state of readiness to carry out emergency surgeries.
X? s? Ronglong h?m nay Any trauma patient who is rushed to a hospital emergency requires to undergo some crucial test which can determine the seriousness and the extent of injury. The Emergency Department at Siddh Hospital is backed by the most advanced CT Scan machine which can be the difference between life and death in cases of head injury. Our CT Scan can scan the whole body in less than 30 seconds and find out all the injuries that the victim of accident has suffered. Digital X-Ray and Ultrasound are other two important diagnostic modalities which are of great importance in trauma cases. The 50 bedded ICU equipped with Monitors and Ventilators play an extremely important role in saving precious lives of the trauma patients.
X? s? Ronglong h?m nay Our Trauma team consists of Dr SK Gupta, Neurosurgeon, Dr Shwetabh Malik, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Dr Rajesh Rastogi, General Surgeon, Dr Ashima Malhotra, Critical Care and Dr Nikhil Malhotra, Pulmonologist who provide comprehensive range of treatment to any trauma patient. Our medical team is on alert 24 x 7 to take care of any emergency and respond in quick time as this can make the difference between life and death in critically injured patients. Our ambulances are ready to reach any part of Moradabad within few minutes of receiving the call. Our trauma team is present in the ambulance to make sure that the treatment begins from the very moment the ambulance reaches the patient.