How to use Intensive-care-unit in a sentence

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

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

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

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

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