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Rapid Response Team

Rapid Response Team

Rapid Response Team(RRT) is a part of the Rescue Response System in a hospital. It is dedicated to attending deteriorating patients or those requiring urgent medical attention to save their lives. RRTs are also a significant part of Acute and Emergency Care Medicine that deals with timely, accurate analysis and treatment of severe medical conditions that can become life-threatening.

Rapid Response Team at Vimhans Nayati comprises expert physicians and nurses with specialized training to quickly handle emergency medical conditions and situations. The RRT team at Vimhans Nayati is stationed at the 24x7 Emergency department with one goal– to save every single life!

Why Vimhans Nayati Hospital Rapid Response Team is the Best?

Vimhans Nayati believes each medical emergency case is a fight against time. However, the hospital never let time win! The RRT and Emergency department at Vimhans Nayati Hospital is one of the best in the country. It has:

  • A section of the hospital to enable quick transport of patients
  • Advanced BLS and ACLS Ambulances
  • Specialists who work 24x7
  • State-of-the-art laboratory for detection of cardiac markers like Troponin I, Troponin T, Procalcitonin, Toxicology screening, alcohol analysis in the body (Point of Care Testing or POCT), and others
  • Ability to handle disaster victims
  • The resource to handle cardiac emergencies within the hospital

How does Rapid Response Team Function?

At Vimhans Nayati, RRT works on the following approach –

  • Identifying patients at risk
  • Early notification of responders (RRT)
  • Immediate and rapid intervention by the RRT,
  • Audit of the system’s performance

This process is seamless and works in a smooth flow to make sure emergency cases receive priority care. The highly specialized Emergency department, of which the RRT is a part, has dedicated beds plugged with advanced technology to ensure patient care and comfort. The department at Vimhans Nayati Hospital is located on the ground floor with a separate entrance to prevent any impedance to those needing emergency care. Vimhans Nayati Hospital aims to provide a patient with treatment within the Golden Hour to save their life. It is a fact that a patient’s chance of survival is the highest if care is given to them within a short time since their trauma or injury.

At Vimhans Nayati Hospital, each bed has a separate triage and observation, and the hospital follows international standards of triaging to manage critical patients efficiently. The emergency department is equipped to provide essential services such as X-Rays, MRI, CT Scan, Ultrasound, Blood Bank, POCT Lab, and Transportation services. The team works round-the-clock and includes trauma teams, emergency cardiac units, rehabilitation units, and highly skilled technicians who save critical moments by accurate and quick diagnosis.

Services Offered

Essential, critical, and emergency services offered by Rapid Response Team at Vimhans Nayati include–

  • Well-equipped, state-of-the-art Emergency Ambulance Services
  • Triage
  • Trauma care including brain and spine trauma
  • Managing Head and Spine Injuries
  • Defibrillation
  • Emergency ventilation and intubation
  • Medico-legal analysis of emergency cases
  • Managing cases of snakebite, animal bite, and poisoning
  • Thrombolytic therapy in cases of Ischaemic Stroke
  • Thrombolytic therapy and Primary angioplasty in acute myocardial infarction
  • Specialized BLS, ACLS, and BLS training center
  • Training in Disaster Management

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