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Accident & Emergency Care

Available 24*7, the Department of Accident and Emergency Care at Manipal Hospitals treats everything from fractures and cuts to life-threatening conditions, such as strokes and heart attacks, adhering to the organization’s commitment towards clinical excellence. In all kinds of medical emergencies, the 20-bedded ED treats adults, adolescents, children, and infants. With training that encompasses different medical specialties, our Emergency physicians are well-prepared to meet demanding challenges. Come visit Manipal, the Accident & Emergency Care Hospital in India.

Why Manipal?

At Manipal Hospitals, the emergency team of multidisciplinary nurses, doctors, and specialists is available round the clock. After admission, the patient is examined by a triage nurse and then allotted a zone depending on the severity of their condition. Patients with time-critical and life-threatening conditions like strokes, heart attacks, and major accident wounds are immediately transferred to a dedicated zone called the Resuscitation Bay, where they are attended by a team of expert nurses and doctors. With the help of state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment, the team assesses and scans the body for internal trauma and injuries and prescribes the right course of treatment for better patient care and faster recovery. Come visit Manipal, the Accident & Emergency Care Hospital in India.

The Adult Emergency is a 20- bedded emergency that is dedicated to caring for the sick in their most vulnerable state of health. At Manipal, Emergency Physicians are highly educated and have training that crosses different medical specialties to meet demanding challenges. They are assisted by well-trained emergency nurses. As soon as a patient enters the department he/she is examined by a triage nurse and allotted to a zone depending on how serious he/she is. The very serious patients are immediately seen by a doctor. Patients with life threatening conditions or those with time critical conditions like heart attack, stroke or major accidents are managed in a separate dedicated zone called the Resuscitation Bay. The patients are shifted directly to this bay without having to wait and the doctors and nurses shall immediately get to assess and start interventions to stabilize the patient. It's here that the patients are put on ventilators, chest is compressed and shocks delivered in an attempt to start a heart that has stopped beating, broken limbs are splinted and bleeding controlled. Special venous lines are secured and medications to improve the heart's pumping and improve blood pressure are started.



The New Manipal Emergency Department is a state-of-the-art Emergency Department equipped to handle emergencies of any kind. Emergency Physicians use state of the art diagnostic equipment to quickly scan the body for internal injuries.

  • Blacking out or unconsciousness
  •  Severe or unusual bleeding that won't stop
  •  Any accident on the road, at home or at the workplace
  •  Severe allergic reactions from insect bites, food or medications
  •  A gaping wound or broken bones
  •  Severe chest pain
  •  Breathing difficulty, asthma attacks
  •  Suspected stroke
  •  Suddenly can't speak or move
  •  Loss of vision or hearing
  •  Severe burns
  •  Severe abdominal pain, persistent vomiting
  •  Seizures
  •  Drug overdose or swallowing poison
  •  Suicidal or homicidal thoughts
  •  Shooting or stabbing
  •  Fever, cough, respiratory infection
  •  Any other sudden illness that needs medical help

We understand the vital role of optimal stabilization of the sick and injured patients during the GOLDEN HOUR and ensuring the best outcomes in terms of saving lives and bringing smiles back on the faces of our patients and their loved ones.

Treatment & Procedures

  •  Advanced emergency airway management in adults
  •  Basic airway management in adults
  •  Capnography
  •  Mechanical Ventilation in ER
  •  NIV IN ER
  •  Rapid sequence intubation in adults
  •  Tracheal Intubation and RSI
  •  Advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) in adults
  •  Basic life support (BLS) in adults
  •  Emergent surgical cricothyrotomy (cricothyroidotomy)
  •  Infiltration of local anesthetics
  •  Procedural sedation in adults
  •  Arterial blood gases
  •  Emergency pericardiocentesis
  •  Central venous access
  •  Peripheral venous access in adults
  •  Temporary cardiac pacing
  •  Venous blood gases and other alternatives to arterial blood gases
  •  Closure of minor skin wounds with staples
  •  Closure of skin wounds with sutures
  •  Minor wound repair with tissue adhesives (cyanoacrylates)
  •  Incision and drainage for skin abscess
  •  Assessment and management of scalp lacerations
  •  Closure of minor skin wounds with staples
  •  Closure of skin wounds with sutures
  •  Minor wound preparation and irrigation
  •  Minor wound repair with tissue adhesives (cyanoacrylates)
  •  Reduction of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dislocation
  •  Shoulder dislocation and reduction
  •  Splinting of musculoskeletal injuries
  •  Lumbar puncture
  •  Antepartum fetal heart rate assessment
  •  Diagnostic thoracentesis
  •  Placement and management of thoracostomy tubes

Treatment and Procedures