An intensive care unit (I.C.U), also known as an intensive therapy unit or intensive treatment unit (I.T.U) or critical care unit (CCU), is a special department of a hospital or health care facility that provides intensive care medicine.

Intensive care units cater to patients with severe or life-threatening illnesses and injuries, which require constant care, close supervision from life support equipment and medication to ensure normal bodily functions.

At S.C.C.H,  we are equipped with a total of 12 I.C.U beds with advanced ventilators, high-resolution multi-parameter patient monitors, ABG machine, ECG machine for continuous monitoring of patients. 

The department of critical care medicine at Sanjeevani is a combination of many specialities and technologies, offering the possibility of survival to patients who are acutely and critically ill. ICU management based on the fact that methodical organization of Critical Care services influences important overall outcome measures such as mortality, length of stay and infection rates. Our 24-hour critical care unit is ICU dedicated to post-surgery patients & pediatric cases. 

At Sanjeevani Hospital, a lot of emphases is also placed on areas like nurses' training, standardizing care through clinical pathways and the identification of ethical and economic issues about Critical Care making it the best critical care hospital in India.

Anaesthetists play a vital role not just in the success of surgery but in the recovery of the patient as well. At Sanjeevani, the Anaesthesiology department is involved right from pre-operative anaesthetic evaluation, creating an anaesthesia plan for the operation to maintaining a comfortable state for the patients after the surgery. We continue to be responsible for the clinical management of the patient throughout the procedure. 

Anaesthesia causes the loss of sensation, Sometimes there will the loss of consciousness & there will be the only loss of sensation but not consciousness. It is useful in pain relief of the patient during and after the surgery. In any hospital in Chennai or another city, the anesthesiology department should consist of a high level of experts since it plays a very crucial role and highly related to the life of the patient. We at Bewell have best anaesthetists on board who are experts in anaesthesia and postoperative pain management.

Uses of Pain Management Service:


  • Pre-anesthesia checkup before any surgery to decide on the modality of anaesthesia for each patient
  • General and regional anaesthesia for all cancer surgeries 
  • Postoperative pain relief services
  • Ultrasound-guided regional anaesthesia and vascular access
  • Palliative pain control as part of the end of life care


Sanjeevani Cancer hospital is first amongst all the hospital to setup a Bone Marrow Transplant Unit in Chhattisgarh according to International guidelines.

The Bone Marrow Transplant unit at the hospital is having 3 Bone marrow transplant rooms possessing HEPA filters, dedicated to provide outstanding care and support to the patients who can be helped by transplantation therapy. The program provides transplant as a treatment option for a variety of acquired and congenital disorders of children and adults including acute and chronic blood conditions like Hematopoietic Malignancies, Anemia and Bleeding Disorders; and inherited immune deficiency syndromes and metabolic diseases.

The Department of Clinical Haematology and Haemato Oncology of the hospital looks after and treats people with blood related disorders.

These include Blood Cancers (Leukemia, Lymphoma, Multiple Myeloma), disorders associated with low Hemoglobin (various types of Anemia – including Thalassemia and Sickle Cell Anaemia), disorders of platelets like Thrombocytopenia,  bleeding disorders (Haemophilia and others), and other rare diseases.

In an autologous transplant, the patient’s own stem cells are collected during remission and transplanted back to form the healthy blood cells. Before transplantation, the patient is treated with high doses of chemotherapy or a combination of chemotherapy and radiation therapy to eliminate the diseased blood-producing cells remained in the bone marrow. Then, the collected stem cells are transplanted allowing the bone marrow to produce new cells.

During the procedure, the surgeon transplants the stem cells in the patient’s blood stream in a similar way that they would administer blood transfusion. These transplanted blood cells move to the narrow spaces of the bone and then produce new blood cells.

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