Orange Regional uses advanced technological resources while providing care in the ICU. The following equipment may be used during a patient’s stay:
A monitor is used to record heart rate, heart rhythm, blood pressure, oxygen saturation and respiratory rate.
Technology makes it possible for the patient’s bed to weigh, rotate, reposition and transport patients during their stay. This will help to alleviate and prevent bedsores for patients who are staying for an extended period of time.
The hospital uses bedside computers to document patient care.
These are used to keep optimal blood flow from the patient’s legs to their heart.
Continuous Positive Airway Pressure/Bi-level Positive Air Pressure (CPAP/BiPAP)
This machine includes a face mask and is used as a non-invasive support for breathing difficulties.
A life support machine used to help patients breathe.
Regulates the flow of medicine to the patient.