Intensive Care

  • (noun): Close monitoring and constant medical care of patients with life-threatening conditions.

Some articles on intensive care, care, intensive:

Mater Health Services North Queensland - Developments
2000 - Opening of Lothair Street complex including Operating Room Suite, Intensive Care and Cardiac Services, Pathology Services, Purchasing, Kitchen and Cafeteria ... Physiotherapy) are the result of refurbishment of old Intensive Care and later Cardiac Rehabilitation Unit ... Northern Pathology relocates to Sr Dorothea Complex (beneath Intensive Care Unit) ...
Baptist Hospital (Nashville) - Critical Care Units
... There are 4 main intensive care units at Baptist Hospital ... The Medical ICU, Neuro-Surgical ICU, CVICU, and the Coronary Care Unit ... The Medical intensive care unit has 13 beds and treats a variety of critically ill patients ...
West Virginia University Hospitals - General Background
... West Virginia, commenced operations of a tertiary care teaching hospital as a component of the medical center of the University ... m2), 380-bed hospital serves as a major statewide and regional health care referral center and provides the principal clinical education and research site ... The Ruby Memorial Hospital is a tertiary care referral center and serves as the principal clinical education and research site for the West Virginia University School of ...
Society Of Critical Care Medicine - History
1927 the first hospital infant care center for premature infants was established at the Sarah Morris Hospital in Chicago ... Shock wards were established during World War II to care for injured soldiers ... respiratory paralysis and/or suffering from acute circulatory failure required intensive nursing care ...
Intensive Care Society
... The Intensive Care Society is the organisation responsible for promoting and maintaining intensive care and critical care medicine in the United Kingdom ... It is the representative body in the United Kingdom for intensive care professionals and patients and the oldest society for critical care medicine ... is dedicated to the delivery of the highest quality of critical care to patients in the United Kingdom ...

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