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Trauma/Surgical Critical Care Service

Trauma/Surgical Critical Care Service

Stony Brook University Medical Center is the only designated Regional (Level I) Trauma Center in Suffolk County. Our trauma team coordinates the initial evaluation and treatment of all injured patients transported by ambulance or helicopter to the Shock Trauma Unit in our Emergency Room. Surgical faculty, together with closely supervised senior and junior general surgery residents, provide around-the-clock coverage of the Emergency Room. Our trauma surgeons specialize in trauma surgery; spine exposure; pelvic exposure; and diagnostic endoscopy. To provide the best possible emergency care, specialty consultation is available 24 hours a day in neurosurgery, cardiothoracic surgery, orthopaedic surgery, pediatric surgery, plastic surgery, and dental and maxillofacial surgery. The victims of major burns receive highly specialized emergency care in our Burn Center whose staff works closely with the trauma team.

Our surgical critical care team provides state-of-the-art advanced tertiary medical care to critically ill adult patients admitted to Stony Brook University Medical Center's 20-bed Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU). Our SICU offers ventilatory management using all modalities of respiratory support, including positive end-respiratory pressure, high-frequency ventilation, intermittent mandatory ventilation, pressure supported ventilation, and pressure controlled ventilation. It also offers cardiac monitoring and management, including vasoactive drips, invasive monitoring, and continuous oximetry. The SICU team manages the critical care of pre- and post-operative patients from all of the hospital's surgical services, except for the cardiovascular and pediatric services which have their own ICU's. Our critical care specialists are also available to provide consultation for all types of surgical patients, including general surgery, trauma, orthopedics, neurosurgery, vascular, and transplantation.

Our Surgery practice includes physicians with specialized training and a focus on the evaluation and treatment of patients requiring trauma care and surgical critical care. To find a doctor that treats patients with these conditions, please click Find a Doctor and choose the doctor that best fits your need.

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