Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), also known as PICU, is a specialized unit in hospitals that provides critical care to infants, children, and adolescents who are acutely ill or injured. These patients require continuous monitoring and intensive medical intervention, including mechanical ventilation, hemodynamic support, and complex medication regimens. The PICU consists of a team of expert professionals who are specially trained in pediatric critical care, including pediatric intensivists, nurses, respiratory therapists, and pharmacists. Respiratory distress, sepsis, trauma, and neurological crises are common conditions that may call for admission to the PICU. In order to improve outcomes and lower mortality rates, the PICU’s mission is to give critically ill kids the best possible treatment. The PICU places a strong emphasis on family-centered care, with parents actively involved in the treatment.