There are going to be new changes to learning to drive and though nothing has been officially said, there is talk of banning intensive
courses; Academy Intensive
are clearly against the ban.
Determinants of family satisfaction in the intensive
The MIND study - believed to be the first-ever randomized study to examine the effect of intensive
glucose lowering on cognition and brain structure in older people with type 2 diabetes - began in August 2003, 34 months into ACCORD, and continued until December 2005.
If new cases continue to rise as people return to work and school, hospitals may turn operating theatres into intensive
There is extended evidence-based information about the needs and experiences of patients and family members in intensive
This effect suggests that for a given technology, trade and wages are linked through the changes in relative prices of skilled and unskilled labor intensive
More than half of admissions to kids' intensive
care units are unplanned and breathing problems account for around one in four cases.
More than half of admissions to paediatric intensive
care units are unplanned and problems with breathing accounts for around one in four cases.
The results of the present study indicate that vigorous nutritional support enhances motor recovery in undernourished patients receiving intensive
inpatient rehabilitation after a stroke.
OBJECTIVE: The objective is to describe the experiences of critical care nurses in the management of a large intensive
At American Ballet Theatre's summer intensive
in New York City, "It's another way to grow," says Nancy Raffa, director of summer intensives
By its very nature, an intensive
care unit (ICU) is not a comfortable place.
care units routinely save the lives of extremely premature and critically ill newborns.
Occupancy of intensive
care cots in the North-east.
With hard drives exceeding 500GBs in capacity and even larger drives on the horizon, the impact of a single drive failing and the resulting intensive
XOR rebuild has reached the point of no return.