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The Intensive Care Unit is the department of the hospital in which severely ill patients from conditions with potentially irreversible harm to their health are hospitalised. Such conditions are: multi-injuries, multi-organ failure, acute respiratory failure (of any aetiology), circulatory failure, acute pancreatitis, cerebrovascular events, neurological disorders, sepsis, poisoning, metabolic disorders, acute coronary syndromes, central nervous system infections, COVID-19, post-COVID patients, postoperative patients, etc.

Limassol ICU has a capacity of 14 intensive care beds which can be expanded to 19 if deemed necessary, bringing the total capacity up to 19 beds (8 in the closed ICU and 11 in the open ICU). The ICU features state-of-the-art facilities and is staffed by specially trained medical, nursing, and auxiliary personnel, as well as physiotherapists.

The intensive care provided in the ICU encompasses modern hemodynamic and respiratory monitoring, peripheral and central vascular catheterization, percutaneous tracheostomy, continuous renal replacement therapy, conventional haemodialysis, therapeutic hypothermia, endoscopies, collection of samples for cultures, use of ultrasound (cardiac, pulmonary, abdominal, vascular, transcranial Doppler), thrombolysis, monitoring of intra-aortic balloon pumps, management and prevention of infections, nutrition support, specialised medication, physiotherapy – kinesiotherapy, and more.

In addition to their regular clinical work, ICU doctors are also involved in the assessment and management of patients in various departments of the hospital, addressing acute complications in the Hemodynamic Laboratory, transferring critically ill patients outside the ICU for diagnostic or treatment purposes, and providing medical monitoring for chronically ventilated patients at home.

Furthermore, our department provides theoretical and practical clinical training for nursing students of the Nursing School of the Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) and medical students of the University of Nicosia Medical School. The staff also engages and demonstrates a rich teaching but also scientific research and publication record. Since its establishment, the Limassol ICU has treated more than 6000 critically ill patients. The Unit’s survival rates are well in line with the standards of international reference centres