Neonatal Intermediate Care
Is the service where we have comprehensive health care of the neonate 0-30 days of life or 44 weeks of age, with supervision at least every three hours, among others.
Neonatal Intensive Care
This service is provided for infants 0-30 days old or 44 weeks of age. Medical evaluation, are made, permanent nursing and precise activities of monitoring and management of patients whose clinical condition endangers their life takes place.
Pediatric Intermediate Care
Is the service where we have comprehensive health care of the patient of 1 month of age to 18 years, including, among others: record vital signs (heart rate, blood pressure, temperature, respiratory rate and saturation) at least every three hours.
Pediatric Intensive Care
Permanent medical and nursing accurate assessment, monitoring activities and management of patients whose clinical condition, threatens imminently their life.
Adult Intermediate Care
It is the service for the care of patients, adults, recoverable, expected to have a low risk of needing therapeutic life support measures, but require more monitoring and nursing care than they can receive in conventional hospital services.
Adult Intensive Care
Patient care, adult, critically ill, recoverable, where precise activities of monitoring and management of patients whose clinical condition endangers theri life in imminent need to develop support for neurological instability, hemodynamic, respiratory, gastrointestinal, renal, endocrine, hematologic, metabolic or after major surgery.