How to use Intensive-care in a sentence

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  • This unit consists of 20 cots, four of which are intensive care cots.

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  • Medical, surgical, trauma, neurological or mixed intensive care units, intermediary care units, or step-down units were allowed.

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  • Howie was paged down from intensive care and I met up with him in the main waiting room.

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  • Even in the time of slavery tobacco was generally a white-man's crop; for it requires intelligent labour and intensive care.

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  • Going home that evening, Gordon is knocked down by a treacle lorry and ends up in intensive care.

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  • Neonatal intensive care and coronary artery bypass grafts will both save lives.

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  • They don't have to work in intensive care or acute orthopedic inpatients.

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  • The estimate was that cost savings of $ 3000 per treated neonate in intensive care resulted from the use of preterm steroids.

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  • It is being prepared in collaboration with the Intensive Care Society and the British Transplantation Society and includes a section on pediatric nephrology.

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  • Each issue reviews new diagnostic and management techniques for a single clinical problem relevant to critical care or intensive care nursing practice.

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  • Road rage probe after crash A WOMAN had to be treated in intensive care at the weekend after an alleged road rage incident.

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  • Actor Dennis Quaid and wife Kimberly's newborn twins are in the neonatal intensive care unit at Cedar's Sinai Medical Center.

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  • Zoe and Thomas are still in the neonatal intensive care unit, but are said to be in stable condition.

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  • Doctors for Jamie Lynn Spears' on again/off again fiancé have decided to move Casey Aldridge out of intensive care.

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  • The decision to move Casey out of intensive care came as doctors discovered that the father of Maddie, now 10-months old, injuries did not require surgery.

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  • One of her air tubes was dislodged while she was in the Natal Intensive Care Unit, causing her to lose almost all of her hearing in both ears.

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  • The average one-pound infant is likely to be contained in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), a place that doesn't necessitate a full wardrobe.

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  • However, jaundice in a preterm baby may require intensive care.

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  • Treatment begins immediately in the emergency room or intensive care unit of a hospital.

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  • High-risk mothers should always give birth in hospitals with neonatal intensive care units where appropriate facilities are available to treat asphyxia neonatorum.

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  • Equally important are the people who care for children outside the home such as, nurses on neonatal intensive care units (NICU) that work with premature babies and those who work with the disabled.

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  • The availability of a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), a special hospital unit equipped and trained to deal with premature infants, can also increase an infant's chances of survival.

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  • Both infants and adults may require hospitalization, often in the intensive care unit.

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  • Very ill patients need to be hospitalized in an intensive care unit.

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  • Another medication that has been reported to be successful in treating children with CVS is dexmedetomidine (Precedex), which was originally developed to sedate patients on respirators in intensive care settings.

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  • Treatment for infants usually requires them to be in an intensive care unit, involving intensive respiratory support and nasogastric tube feeding for weeks or even months.

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  • Hearing problems occur often in newborns and in a higher number of babies who are in a neonatal intensive care unit.

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  • The procedure usually requires two or three nights in the hospital, the first night in the intensive care unit.

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  • Without treatment, the infant will die within a few days after birth, but if oxygen can be provided, and the infant receives modern treatment in a neonatal intensive care unit, complete recovery with no after-effects can be expected.

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  • Also, children and the elderly are more vulnerable to complications from burn injuries and require more intensive care.

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  • Diphtheria is a serious disease requiring hospital treatment in an intensive care unit if the person has developed respiratory symptoms.

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  • Children with Reye's syndrome should be managed in an intensive-care unit.

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  • Working with infants in a neonatal intensive care unit, they noted that infants were taken away from their mothers immediately after birth for emergency medical procedures.

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  • Even mothers who had successfully raised previous infants have special difficulties when their children had been in the intensive care nursery.

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  • This decreases some of the stressors associated with premature births and helps infants needing neonatal intensive care.

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  • Children with moderate to severe hyperglycemia may be treated in an intensive care unit for continuous monitoring and rapid response capabilities.

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  • Hyperglycemia in children during severe illness is a risk factor for poor outcomes in the underlying illness and has been reported as a cause of increased mortality in pediatric intensive care units.

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  • Pediatric intensivist-A physician who completed a three-year residency in pediatrics after medical school and an additional subspecialty fellowship training in intensive care.

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  • The eight babies, conceived via IVF, were ushered safely into the world and seem to be doing fairly well medically; however, all eight have been in the neonatal intensive care unit since they were born on January 28, 2009.

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  • The low birth weight and extreme frailty of premature babies requires a stay in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), probably for several weeks.

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  • This may include changing the location where you plan to give birth, especially if your child will need to be in a neonatal intensive care unit following delivery.

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  • If you are currently pregnant and considered to be at high risk for preterm labor, your doctor may arrange for you to deliver in a hospital with a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).

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  • Long-term colon health is the goal of Intensive Care Pearls.

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  • A nurse who wishes to obtain the CRNA designation must have a minimum of 12 months of acute care experience in a hospital's intensive care unit or an emergency room setting.

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  • Aflac's Hospital Intensive Care Insurance plan pays out a cash benefit to policyholders who have been in an accident or become ill.

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  • Hospital income and hospital intensive care coverage pays out a certain amount for each day the policyholder is in the hospital or confined to the Intensive Care Unit, depending on the policy chosen.

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  • Close observation is necessary and the patient may be placed in the intensive care unit.

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  • When his wife was in intensive care after the accident, Jim prayed for some divine intervention.

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  • He may have been whisked off to the neonatal intensive care unit, and you weren't able to breastfeed or hold him.

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  • The neonatal intensive care units in many hospitals have turned to infant massage as a means of comforting, calming, and also stimulating premature infants.

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