One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A department of a hospital in which patients who are dangerously ill are kept under constant observation.‘she was transferred to the intensive care unit’
- ‘The child was immediately transported to the Children's Hospital, where he was admitted into the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.’
- ‘The unions said, however, emergency and delivery rooms and intensive care units will be maintained during the work stoppage.’
- ‘After the accident, the family set up a vigil in the intensive care unit.’
- ‘On Friday he was treated in the intensive care unit for dehydration.’
- ‘The new cardiac intensive care unit has six beds.’
- ‘The unit adjoins the previously remodeled neonatal intensive care unit, nurseries, and administration.’
- ‘My father was rushed to a hospital's intensive care unit for dialysis treatment after his kidneys first shut down.’
- ‘He revealed he had been hospitalised in an intensive care unit after his kidneys and liver collapsed following years of boozing.’
- ‘High-tech intensive care units are designed for those with a chance of recovering.’
- ‘They keep the intensive care unit nurse informed regarding the progress of surgery and the estimated time of the recipient's and living donor's arrival.’
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