Patients with severe, acute, and complex illnesses or injuries are cared for by critical care doctors. They specialize in dealing with patients who must be closely watched. To keep up with complicated protocols, critical care doctors are trained. To top it all off, they must also be able to operate high-tech medical devices.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
As a rule of thumb, patients are brought to the critical care unit because of a catastrophic accident or surgery that has resulted in organ failure. When it comes to dealing with life-threatening medical conditions, critical care doctors must be extremely trained. Both physically and mentally, these individuals require regular supervision.
Patients and family members are connected by critical care doctors. Particularly in times of crisis, this may be a difficult responsibility. ICU doctors, on the other hand, is uniquely qualified to provide care, comfort, and support during difficult moments.
Perks and Benefits: Salary up to 1 lakh to 5 lakh.
Industry Type: Hospital & Clinic
Functional Area: Medical, Health Care
Role: Fresher MD/DNB Critical Care
Employment Type: Full Time/Part-time/Locum
Education: MBBS/MD/DNB – Diploma in Anaesthesia & Critical care