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Critical care imaging

Critical care imaging employs advanced techniques like CT scans, X-rays, and ultrasounds to provide precise diagnostic information. Immediate imaging aids in swift evaluation of critical conditions, guiding timely interventions for better patient outcomes. Serial imaging helps track the progression or regression of critical illnesses, assisting in dynamic treatment adjustments. Critical care imaging offers non-invasive ways to visualize internal organs, blood vessels, and abnormalities in real-time. Imaging serves as a guide for invasive procedures, ensuring accuracy and minimizing risks during critical interventions. In critical care, imaging is crucial for assessing neurological conditions, including traumatic brain injuries or strokes. Critical care imaging helps map vascular structures, identifying clots, aneurysms, or other abnormalities impacting blood flow. Integration of various imaging modalities enhances the overall understanding of complex critical conditions. Advances like bedside imaging allow for continuous monitoring, facilitating real-time adjustments in critical care management.

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Dr. Munish Chauhan



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Dr. Munish Chauhan

Senior Critical Care Consultant Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurgaon

Dr. Munish Chauhan is currently working as Senior Consultant in Critical care Medicine at Fortis Memorial Institute , Gurgaon. He worked as FACULTY AND CO- DIRECTOR : ELSO Certified Comprehensive Adult ECMO Specialist Simulator Course. He has his expertise in ECMO, Critical Care Ultrasound, Simulator based Trainings. He has several Research Publications (national and international) and author of several chapters in textbooks of Critical care medicine.

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Critical care imaging employs advanced techniques like CT scans, X-rays, and ultrasounds to provide precise diagnostic information. Immediate imaging aids in swift evaluation of critical conditions, guiding timely interventions for better patient outcomes. Serial imaging helps track the progression or regression of critical illnesses, assisting in dynamic treatment adjustments. Critical care imaging offers non-invasive ways to visualize internal organs, blood vessels, and abnormalities in real-time. Imaging serves as a guide for invasive procedures, ensuring accuracy and minimizing risks during critical interventions. In critical care, imaging is crucial for assessing neurological conditions, including traumatic brain injuries or strokes. Critical care imaging helps map vascular structures, identifying clots, aneurysms, or other abnormalities impacting blood flow. Integration of various imaging modalities enhances the overall understanding of complex critical conditions. Advances like bedside imaging allow for continuous monitoring, facilitating real-time adjustments in critical care management.