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Synonyms for intensive care unit

a hospital unit staffed and equipped to provide intensive care

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But he added that Abdul Majeed's family said they would only move him to the emergency section if an empty bed was secured for him at the Critical Care Unit.
The Critical Care Unit here has gone from being one of the smallest in Wales to one of the biggest.
The trust has always ensured the staffing levels within its critical care unit are in line with the core standards for intensive care units.
Our relatives' room on the Critical Care Unit gives families some respite and the TV can often provide a short 'escape.
But some services, like minor surgery, will also move from Stockton to Hartlepool as the critical care unit closes.
I am not moaning though, I am doing this for the critical care unit, without their excellent care and attention I would not be here to enjoy the weather.
FORMER Celtic hero John Hartson is out of the critical care unit of the hospital where he was being treated for cancer.
Wheeling a loved one in a medical crisis into the critical care unit of a hospital can be a traumatic experience.
LEOMINSTER - HealthAlliance Hospital has implemented a state-of-the-art computerized monitoring system designed to support patients admitted to the hospital's Critical Care Unit.
In the past, a few nurses working in the Critical Care Unit at Chambersburg Hospital had earned their CCRN certification, and with that, clinical manager Colleen Kylor, RN, BSN, CCRN, created a display case with information about their accomplishments.
The child was transferred by air transport to our paediatric critical care unit (PCCU).
14) The question arises whether all nurses practising in critical care are ready, willing and able to undertake the responsibility of working in a critical care unit where heavy demands will be made on their intellectual and emotional resources.
Would it be better to design a critical care unit that emphasizes efficiency and standardization in pursuit of measurable, disease-based outcomes that does not attend to the individual needs of whole persons within the context of their particular families and communities?
All proceeds were donated to the critical care unit.
There is a great need to humanise the Critical Care Unit and create a warm and caring environment.
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