ISCCM or Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine was established on 9th October, 1993 in Mumbai, India. It is the largest non-profit association of Indian Physicians, Nurses, Physiotherapists and other allied health care professionals involved in the care of those who are critically ill.
The ISCCM aims to achieve its objectives through the following activities:
- Impart educational training by developing and running Post-graduate fellowship courses and diplomas in the field of critical care medicine.
- To publish scientific journals and literature to further the cause of the discipline.
- Setting up research projects in the field of critical care across the country.
- Formulating standards and guidelines for the organization and practice of intensive care to suit Indian conditions.
- Organizing national and international congresses and meetings.
- Providing basic training in intensive care for non-specialists.
- To seek affiliations and collaborations with national and international organizations of similar interests to achieve the objectives of the society.
Post PG Diploma – 2 years
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Post PG Degree – 1 year
FCPS (Fellow of the College of Physicians & Surgeons) Medicine – 1 year
- Life membership with ISCCM is mandatory for all candidates enrolling for IDCCM.
- Diploma in Anaesthesia/Diploma in Chest diseases
- MD Medicine/Chest/Anaesthesia
- DNB Medicine/Chest/Anaesthesia
- MD/DNB Emergency Medicine
- MRCEM-If approved by the Medical Council of India
- FCPS Medicine
- The base qualifications must be from a MCI recognized university.
- MD Emergency if approved by MCI would be eligible for IDCCM
- MBBS or equivalent allopathic medical degree with valid MCI registration.
- Associate Life membership with ISCCM is mandatory for all candidates enrolling for CTCCM.
- Post BSc./GNM
- Associate Life membership with ISCCM is mandatory for all candidate enrolling for IDCCN
- Dr. Pradipta Bhattacharya – MBBS, MD (Anesthesiology), IDCCM, EDIC (ESICM) Consultant – Critical Care Medicine
- Ayan Banerjee – MBBS, DNB (Anesthesiology), IDCCM, Consultant – Critical Care Medicine
(Monday – Saturday, 10 AM – 5 PM)
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The adult Critical Care Department at Neotia Getwel Healthcare Centre is the largest functioning one in the region catering more than 3000 patients per calendar year. This prolific unit comprising of Medical, Surgical and Cardiac ICUs with separate step down HDUs maintain highest standards according to current NABH guidelines including:
- State of art ICU with dedicated isolation units
- Daily critical care rounds for all patients.
- Advanced haemodynamic monitoring (IBP, PICCO)
- In ICU dialysis (SLED / CRRT / Plasmapheresis)
- Separate ECHO/USG machine stationed in ICU
- Regular clinical updates and mortality morbidity meetings, infection control meetings and strict quality control measures including Antibiotic policy
- Availability of library with computer, books and online journal access