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intensely sustained, especially in activity

covering all aspects with painstaking accuracy

not diffused or dispersed

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Keywords: Management, intensive management, semi intensive system, Dumbi sheep, male lambs.
Conclusions: Interventions are needed to make the experiences of patients in intensive care more positive.
Determinants of family satisfaction in the intensive care unit
The MIND (Memory in Diabetes) study was a substudy of 2,977 ACCORD participants who had been randomly assigned to receive either intensive glycemic treatment targeting hemoglobin [A.
ACCORD participants were 10,108 type 2 diabetes patients with cardiovascular disease who were randomly assigned to receive intensive glucose-lowering therapy to a target hemoglobin Ale below 6.
If new cases continue to rise as people return to work and school, hospitals may turn operating theatres into intensive care units.
There is extended evidence-based information about the needs and experiences of patients and family members in intensive care.
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 products.
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.
One hundred-sixteen undernourished patients admitted to a stroke rehabilitation service were randomly assigned to receive, in double-blind fashion, 120 ml of a standard nutritional supplement or an intensive nutritional supplement every 8 hours in addition to the hospital diet.
INTRODUCTION: As health care changes, demands for intensive care nursing changes continue to grow, thus calling for even larger intensive care units.
Students at CPYB's intensive don't perform or rehearse, but spend most of their time in class.
By its very nature, an intensive care unit (ICU) is not a comfortable place.
Neonatal intensive care units routinely save the lives of extremely premature and critically ill newborns.
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