In Intensive Care Ambulatory we perform placements of central venous catheters (CVC), peripheric venous catheters (Midline) and peripheric insertion central venous catheters (PICC).
This service is accessed through contact between the nursing coordinator and general practitioner, with “red prescription”.
This is performed on an outpatient basis.
Intensive Care also provides recharges for epidural elastomeric pumps for patients treated with antalgic therapy.
For this service the “red prescription” and a specialistic antalgic prescription.
For reservations, from Monday to Friday 8:00 – 16:00
Phone number 045 6449158
Intensive Care takes care of patients with acute or chronic conditions from other wards of this Hospital and others, directly through Emergency Room or through the territorial emergency network (118).
It also takes care of patients subject to major surgeries with important associated comorbidities.
Usually Intensive Care treatment lasts until vital signs are stabilized.
Intensive Care treats the critical phase of life-threatening conditions, with specific diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, with the use of high complexity resources.
The principle of humanization of cures inspired the realization of the new Intensive Care unit, to make patients the core of therapeutic process.
This principle opposes excessive medicalization of healthcare areas, diagnostic and therapeutic processes and relations between doctor and patient with the objective of restore humanity, familiarity, identity and relations typical of people more than patients, at the same time maintaining healthcare excellence of modern medicine.
To this end it aims at the satisfying the needs of patients and their loved ones, considering the strong emotional content of these experiences.
For more than seventy years, We have been taking care of our patients from Veneto and
other regions, following them before, during and after their stay.
Referent: Walter Mosaner
In this ward we take care of patients with acute or reacutized respiratory conditions, such as cases of serious respiratory failure, treated with respiratory support units.
Critically ill patients with unstable vital signs and functions are also treated: serious infections, sepsis and septic shock, severe traumas and polytraumas, cardiac and neurological diseases compromising other organs and systems, kidney, liver and metabolic failures, multiorganic syndromes and drowning.
Patients subject to complex surgery and presenting important associated conditions, are admitted in Intensive Care unit to optimize postoperative recovery.
Integrated monitoring systems, complex medical equipment, articulated diagnostic and therapeutic strategies represent the state-of-art solutions adopted in Intensive Care unit, with the objective to deal with the most complex conditions modern medicine can present.
Intensive care activity is carried out by a team of professionals constantly and exclusively present (Anaesthetists and reanimation medics, critical care nurses) and collaborating with all specialists and all professionals in the Hospital.
Intensive Care personnel is strongly motivated to assist and take care of the entrusted patient’s needs.
“What matters most in medicine is not the disease affecting the patient, but the patient affected by that diseases. – Hippocrates”
Walter Mosaner – Manager
Here are the Doctors who will take care of you
Dr. Walter Mosaner
Dr. Luigi Bertaso
Dr. Enzo Bianchin
Dr. Roberto Casarotto
Dr. Francesco Degli Antonini
Dr. Giuliano Ducati
Dr. Enrico Grassi
Dr. Giovanni Graziano
Dr. Mahmoud Mashahedi
Dr. Luca Murano
Dr. Florin Puflea
Dr. Sandro Spadon
Here are the numbers of our operational unit
Daily hours to visit loved ones