Advanced Burn Care Unit

Infection in the burn patient is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality and remains one of the most Challenging concerns for the burn team. Due to Infection of “eschar” is common cause of complications. The development of infection depends on the presence of three conditions, a source of organisms; mode of transmission; and the susceptibility of the patient. Infection risk for burn patients is different from other patients in several important respects. We provide modular ICU with AHU to ensure class 100 pure air to ensure zero infection environment.

Our main aim is to give excellent health care service with minimum cost. The hospital is having eminent panels of the consultants with highly qualified nursing and paramedical staff. The hospital is having state of art operation theater, ICU with centralized oxygen system, suction system with ventilators back up. Also we are having 24 hrs in house laboratory, pharmacy, blood bank, and ambulance.

Our Burn Care Unit

  • 24 x 7 coverage of consultants from all faculties including Plastic Surgeons, General Surgeons , intensivist, physicians, anaesthetics, and well trained Nursing Staff.
  • Hospital burns unit is having state of art infrastructure of 2000 sq.ft.
  • The centre has the most advanced ultra modern facilities.
  • Our burns unit is having world class patient friendly, special environment & isolated unit for each patient.
  • The rooms with HEPA filtered air. Positive Pressure Creator & all other modern equipments
  • The filtered air flows 500 times an hour's and gives 100% pure air environment with in the rooms.
  • The unit is having Hermetic sealed door, Modular Operation Theater, Air shower, Water Shower.
  • Centralized oxygen, suction system Multi - para Monitors, 24 hrs Laboratory, Pharmacy, Blood bank and ambulance services.
  • Restricted and sterile Zone.

Rule of 9's

The "Rule of 9's" is commonly used to estimate the burned surface area


Emergent or immediate resuscitation:-

From onset of injury to completion of fluid resuscitation

  • First aid
  • Prevention of shock
  • Prevention of respiratory distress
  • Detection and treatment of concomitant injuries
  • Wound assessment and initial care


From beginning of diurises to near completion of wound closure

  • Wound care and closure
  • Prevention or treatment of complications, including infection
  • Nutritional support


From major wound closure to return to individual’s optimal level of physical and psychosocial adjustment

  • Prevention of scars and contractures/li>
  • Physical, occupational, and vocational rehabilitation
  • Functional and cosmetic reconstruction
  • Psychosocial counselling