Accident and Emergency Care
Kauvery Emergency Care: Your Trusted Lifeline in Critical Moments
Medical emergencies never come calling and can be a challenging situation to manage. Getting the right medical help in such times is crucial for saving a life or avoiding permanent disabilities. We, at Kauvery Hospital, Bangalore, Electronic City leave no stone unturned in saving your loved one’s life. Our NABH accredited, 24/7 fully functional Accident and Emergency Unit is designed to provide prompt and accurate medical care right from the moment you get in touch with us. Our ambulances are fully equipped to provide emergency care on the way to the hospital to give the patient the best chance of recovery. They are manned by trained nurses and Para Medic Staffs.
Our 15-bed emergency room is fully equipped with modern infrastructure and round-the-clock highly skilled emergency care specialists, trained nurses and technicians who are specifically trained for carrying out life-saving procedures.
Healing a Range of Emergency Conditions
- Heart emergencies
- Breathing complications
- Fatal accidents
- Pediatric emergency
Our Cutting-Edge Infrastructure and Technology
Our hi-tech and modern emergency room infrastructure, state-of-the-art in-house radiology services coupled with our dedicated emergency medical team has made us the forefront of accident and emergency care in Bangalore.
KARES (Kauvery Ambulance Response & Emergency Services)
In March 2023, Kauvery Hospitals Electronic City, Bangalore launched a fleet of ambulance service KARES (Kauvery Ambulance Response & Emergency Services), dedicated to providing rapid and specialized care to critically ill patients in Bangalore 24/7. Our ambulances are dispatched within minutes of receiving a call.
These ambulances are equipped with the latest medical equipment and are staffed by highly trained paramedics and emergency medical technicians. Our team in these ambulances are highly trained to offer Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) which are life-saving procedures often required by emergency patients on the way to the hospital.
These ambulance services are coordinated with other emergency medical services in the area, including the local ambulance authority to ensure seamless emergency response and transportation of patients.
Emergency Room Excellence: Our Robust Infrastructure for Urgent Care
- Care rooms with the latest medical equipment
- Full range of radiology services including X-Ray, Ultrasound, 128 slice CT scan, 1.5 Tesla MRI
- Integrated Acute Care Unit
- Hyper Acute Stroke Care Unit
- Advanced Cardiac Emergency Care
- Advanced trauma care unit
- Cath Lab for cardiac interventions
- 24/7 quick (< 3 mins response time) KARES ambulance service
The Kauvery Hospitals Group, first founded in 1999 has been one of the frontrunners for providing quality healthcare to every patient since its inception and since then has earned a formidable reputation for achieving excellent clinical outcomes.
The Kauvery Multispecialty Hospitals Group currently operates out of 10 locations in India and has 1800+ beds.
We are a NABH (National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers) accredited hospital, a hallmark of quality care and patient safety in India.
- Our 200-bedded super speciality hospital situated in Electronic City, Bengaluru, offers a full range of medical and surgical specialities under one roof.
- It boasts a team of renowned doctors, experienced staff, and a state-of-the-art facility to provide advanced medical procedures and treatments.
Discover why choosing us in case of any emergency is the best decision for you
- NABH Accredited
- Distinguished Emergency Clinicians
- Well-trained paramedics and nursing staff
- 24 hour diagnostics
- State-of-the-art ICU, NICU, CCU facilities
- State-of-the-art Technology & Modern Services
We Are Right Here, Ever Prepared, Call Kauvery Hospital Emergency Number : 1800 889 0009
We have top-ranked doctors with years of experience and world-class infrastructure with all the latest technologies to meet patient's requirements. We measure our progress by restoring the hope of a healthy tomorrow to each and every patient. At Kauvery Hospitals, doctors are highly-knowledgeable, compassionate, skilled and will stand by you whenever you need them the most.
24x7 Ambulance Services
We have a string of reliable, swift, and efficient ambulances.
Best Medical Experts and Infrastructure
Our Accidents and Emergencies Ward is equipped with the best experts and infrastructure to deal with any accident or emergency. Our emergency medicine specialists comprise surgeons, neurosurgeons, nurses, psychiatrists, and other specialists.
Swift and Accurate Diagnostic Reports
Instant X-rays and other lab services speed up the decision-making process so that doctors can swing into action without delay. Our 24-hour diagnostic services, replete with 24-hour CT scan and MRI facilities, state-of-the-art ICU, NICU, and CCU facilities provide the best critical care facilities.
Easy-to-Recall Emergency Numbers
Our easy-to-remember emergency numbers are on everyone’s lips. So, we are easy to call in emergencies. We hope you never need our services in such circumstances, but you know we are only a phone call away. If you ever require the services of the best emergency doctor in Bangalore, call us on 1800 889 0009
A heart attack is a life-threatening condition which needs timely intervention in a hospital emergency setting. The most common signs include chest pain, tightness or pressure, vomiting sensation, indigestion, dizziness, breathlessness, fatigue and cold sweats. Heartburn is a digestive issue caused by acid reflux from the stomach, characterized by a burning sensation in the chest and the abdomen. Sometimes, it is difficult to distinguish between a severe episode of heartburn and a heart attack without a physical examination by a doctor. In such scenarios, it is best to seek medical help or visit the nearest hospital to rule out the chances of a heart attack.
A stroke occurs when blood flow to a part of the brain is compromised, leading to the rapid death of brain cells. A stroke is a medical emergency and should be promptly treated to avoid death or disabilities. The most common symptoms of stroke include facial paralysis, drooping or numbness, slurred speech, inability to move hands or the legs, confusion, trouble seeing, severe headache, inability to walk, etc.
Stroke can cause rapid death of brain cells within minutes of an attack. This damage caused to the brain is irreversible, sometimes leading to permanent brain damage, disabilities and even death. The first 60 minutes after a stroke is known as the ‘golden hour’ and is very crucial. Several medical studies have shown that patients receiving adequate treatment within the first 60 minutes have a better chance of survival and lower rates of permanent disabilities as compared to those who receive treatment outside the ‘golden hour’.
In such a case, call the nearest hospital emergency immediately for help. Make the person sit up in an upright position and loosen their clothing. Do not offer the patient anything to eat or drink. This might choke them and worsen their condition. Offer the patient prescribed medications, such as an inhaler or oxygen if any to ease breathing. In case of worsening, begin CPR or mouth-to-mouth breathing until help arrives.
The first thing to keep in mind is not to panic and bring the victim out of the danger scene. Next call for an ambulance immediately. Check the victim's pulse and breathing. In case the victim experiences breathing difficulties, turn him/her gently to one side and loosen clothing at the neck, chest and waist. Begin mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and CPR until help arrives. In case of active bleeding, apply direct pressure on the area with a clean cloth. Do not try to remove any foreign object from the bleeding area. In case of amputation, wrap the amputated part in a clean cloth, put it in an ice bag and carry it to the hospital.
Call for medical help or visit the nearest emergency hospital immediately without any delay. Do not wait for symptoms to appear or try to suck out the venom at home. Take a picture of the snake, if possible, as identifying the snake can help with treatment. Wash the area with soap and water, pat dry and cover the bite with a clean dry cloth.
First, remove the person from the source of the fire and put out the fire. In the case of a chemical burn, wash the area with running tap water. Take the person to the nearest emergency hospital or call an ambulance. Do not try to remove clothing stuck to the burned skin. Wrap the person in a blanket or comforter to keep warm. Check for breathing and associated trauma. Keep the burned area elevated until medical help arrives.