The study and treatment of acute failure of one or more major organ systems.
Practitioners are medical specialists who are qualified to diagnose and manage the care of patients in critical care or intensive care settings.
the specialty that focuses on the most effective and efficient care possible for the critically ill
Treatment of life-threatening disorders such as shock, coma, heart failure and trauma in intensive care units and other hospital settings.
Specialists in this field are to diagnose and manage the care of patients in intensive or critical care settings.
Intensive care medicine or critical care medicine is concerned with providing greater than ordinary medical care and observation to people in a critical or unstable condition
Intensive care of life-threatening disorders, such as shock, coma, heart failure, trauma, respiratory arrest, drug overdoses, diabetic acidosis, and kidney failure.
is the management of patients with life threatening illnesses or injuries while they are in the hospital setting. They provide medical care to patients whose conditions are serious and require more constant and specialized care. A doctor who specializes in pediatric intensive care leads a team of doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists and other pediatric specialists who make up the intensive care team.
Treatment of acutely ill patients, usually in emergency rooms and intensive care units.
Critical Care is a branch of medicine concerned with the provision of life support or organ support systems in patients who are critically ill who usually also require intensive monitoring.
Critical Care Medicine is a peer-reviewed medical journal in the field of critical care medicine.