Hi it’s Patrik Hutzel from INTENSIVE CARE AT HOME where we provide tailor made solutions for long-term ventilated Adults& Children with Tracheostomies by improving their Quality of life and where we also provide tailor made solutions to hospitals and Intensive Care Units to save money and resources, whilst providing Quality Care!
In the last blog I shared
You can check out last week’s blog here!
In this week’s blog I want to share a real world story of 3 year old Ana-Carolina who has been in PICU in Auckland, New Zealand for more than 1,000 days ventilator dependent with tracheostomy!
Ana-Carolina has been in PICU for over 1,000 days, when can she go home?
Ana-Carolina is a three year old girl who has been admitted to PICU in October 2013 in Auckland, New Zealand!
At the time of me writing this, Ana-Carolina has spent more than 1,000 days in PICU!
She is fully ventilator dependent and has a tracheostomy.
Check out and see for yourself what challenges the little girl and her parents have been dealing with and what her next steps are in order to get her home eventually.
Check out the story about this little girl and her parents by clicking on the links
Toddler with rare unnamed condition turns 2
What are your thoughts? Do you think it’s appropriate keeping a little girl confined to PICU and not consider Intensive home care as an option?
Leave your comments on the blog!
For more information, you can contact me on 041 094 2230 or email [email protected]
We are also currently hiring enthusiastic and experienced Intensive Care nurses with Critical Care certificate for ventilated Clients in Melbourne.
We would also like to hear from you if you have a minimum of 2 years Paediatric ICU experience, as we have opportunities here as well!
For more information check out our Career section here www.intensivecareathome.com.au/careers or contact Patrik on 041 094 2230 or simply hit reply to this email.
You can also contact me on 041 094 2230 if you want to know more about how we can help you, your Intensive Care Unit and your Patients and Families.
Thank you for tuning into this week’s blog.
This is Patrik Hutzel from INTENSIVE CARE AT HOME and I see you again next week in another update!