National Burns Centre promoted by Indian Burns Research Society is a 50 bedded specialized center of excellence for Research, Training, Prevention, and Treatment & Rehabilitation relating to Burns. It was set-up with the primary donation from Mr. Niraj and Mrs Minal Bajaj and Sir Dorabji Tata Trust in 2002.
Our holistic treatment philosophy covers every aspect of burns starting from acute post-burns treatment to post–burns deformity correction and to help the burns survivors lead a near normal life. To achieve the above objectives, the centre is equipped with the following state-of-the-art facilities.
- 8 bedded state-of-the-art Intensive Burns Care Unit.
- State-of-the-art Research Wing comprising of Skin Regeneration laboratory and stem cell therapy laboratory.
- State-of-the-art Skin Bank in association with Euro Skin Bank and Rotary Club of Bombay North for processing and preserving donated cadaveric skin.
- Burns Ambulance for skin retrieval calls and patient transfer.
- Well equipped operation theatres.
- Pathology and Microbiology Laboratory.
- X-Ray department.
- Physiotherapy department.
- Dialysis department.
- Medical Social workers for post-burn rehabilitation.
- Consultant Psychiatrist for burns.
- School education programme on Burns Prevention & skin donation.
- Seminars and CME programmes on medical and research topics.
- Training programmes for nurses and for Burns care management.
- Training programmes on Primary management of burns and first-Aid in burns for Industry personnel and fire safety officers.
- Skin donation awareness programmes throughout the year.
- Free post burns deformity surgery camps for economically poor patients.
- Large separate cubicles (8 cubicles).
- Each cubicle has separate air conditioning system with separate 3 air filters of 20, 8.
- Each cubicle has a separate nurse (Nurse-patient ratio of 1:1).
- Each cubicle with multipart monitors to monitor pulse, BP, SPO2, ECG and CVP.
- Each cubicle with remote controlled beds where all functions of the bed can be activated by a switch both by the patient and the nurse.
- Two cubicles with Renal Dialysis Facility.
- A separate dressing minor operation theatre inside the IBCU.
- Central monitoring station where all the patients’ parameters can be seen.
- Well trained burn nurses and intensivists.
- Resident medical officer's room and Surgeons Lounge inside the IBCU.
Corridor of IBCU