What to Do in An Emergency?

ABC is here for you during an emergency.

At the ABC Emergency Unit, we provide immediate medical care 24 hours a day, every day of the year, so our patients have the certainty of being treated with the quality, warmth and professionalism they deserve. Which is why we are leaders in the field for the diagnosis and treatment of medical emergencies.

Heart Attack Treatment

ABC Medical Center is a pioneer in the immediate treatment of acute myocardial infarction, which is why it developed the “door-balloon time” program for patient care, where in less than 90 minutes the artery that caused the infarction is opened, meeting international requirements for timely and effective treatment of this condition thanks to our certified interventional cardiologists.

The Cardiovascular Center also has Hemodynamic Rooms at both locations, which are undoubtedly a core part of current cardiac practice, and are used for the diagnosis of heart disease.

Stroke Program (ICTUS)

The presence of a heart attack or brain hemorrhage, a stroke or ictus, a term that comes from Latin and means stroke or attack, which is caused by blockage or bursting of one of a brain artery. When this happens, the patient faces a race against time.

Stroke Symptoms

If you have any of these symptoms it is possible that you are having an ICTUS, keep calm and go to an emergency unit for immediate attention soon.

ABC Medical Center has the “Ictus Code” program, which day by day ensures that patients receive appropriate treatment in a fast, coordinated and efficient manner. The commitment and participation of all the personnel involved (doctors, nurses, laboratory technicians, radiologists, radiology technicians, stretcher bearers, security guards, receptionists, etc.) have made immediate and adequate medical care possible, comparable to that of the best hospitals in the world.

Recent scientific findings validate catheterization as an effective option to recover brain circulation and minimize damage, forcing ABC Medical Center to be one of the few health centers nationwide that offers this treatment with state-of-the-art equipment and highly trained personnel to perform the procedure. Thus, stroke patients are a priority for the institution.

What to do in case of an earthquake?

Mexico City is located in a seismic zone, so in order to increase the safety of our patients, it is essential to know what to do in the event of an earthquake.

What to do if there is an earthquake with a Seismic Alert, you have 50 seconds to act before the earthquake is felt. The actions to follow in the room are:

What to do if there is an earthquake without Seismic Alert

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