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intensive care

extensive and continuous care and treatment provided for an acutely ill patient, usually in a specially designated section (intensive care unit) of a hospital
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Specialists in anesthesia and intensive care medicine in Manchester, England present 300 questions as a study guide for the European Diploma in Intensive Care or analogous certification examinations.
To become a doctor specialising in anaesthetics you need to complete a five-year degree in medicine, recognised by the General Medical Council (GMC), followed by a two-year foundation programme of general training and an accredited specialist training programme in anaesthesia, intensive care medicine and pain management.
Each of these physicians has returned to the Bach Mai Hospital as a teacher of some aspect of Intensive Care Medicine.
VitaResc focuses on intensive care medicine because of the company's expertise in this field and the large commercial potential of this underserved market.
Pediatric intensive care medicine combines aspects of key specialties--anesthesiology, pediatrics, pulmonology, cardiothoracic surgery and cardiology--into an integrated whole to provide care for the acutely ill and injured children.
Part of the report will be presented to a conference of the Japanese Society of Intensive Care Medicine in March.
The consultant, an expert in accident and intensive care medicine, told the High Court in Glasgow he agreed with a post mortem examination which said that infection had been pushed into Imran when a chest drain was improperly moved.
Coinciding with the 25(th) Annual European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) LIVES Congress, the evening showcased an unparalleled group of eleven global critical care leaders sharing their clinical work using hTEE to better manage ICU patients.
For the telnet @ nrw project, A scientific evaluation is to be carried out to determine whether the quality of treatment in patients is greatly improved by telemedical interventions in the field of infectiology and intensive care medicine.
The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine has been clear about the challenges we face in terms of recruitment and rising demand for care.
Previously, Dr Humbert received his academic and doctoral degrees from Ludwigs-Maximilians University of Munich, specialist training in both critical care and emergency medicine at Hospital Munich-Bogenhausen, a certified specialist in intensive care medicine and anesthesia by the Bavarian Medical Association in Munich, Germany, an emergency physician for the Austrian Red Cross as well as completed coursework for medical engineering at the University of Keiserslautern.
It was reported on Friday that The Medicines Company, a company focussed on acute and intensive care medicine worldwide, has signed a contract with Sandoz, a generic pharmaceuticals company.

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