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intensive

1. Business using one factor of production proportionately more than others, as specified
2. Physics of or relating to a local property, measurement, etc., that is independent of the extent of the system
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Academy Intensive is well aware that some intensive course companies are well below standard in teaching and always urge potential customers to 'do their homework' before booking with any company, check out the reviews, check the grade of the instructor, etc.
1c] achieved between the intensive and standard treatment groups -6.
Geoff Martin, chair of medical campaigning group Health Emergency, revealed: "In various parts of London, and around the country, more than 50% of intensive care beds are filled with confirmed or suspected swine flu cases.
Unrestricted visiting time in intensive care is still not commonly practiced, though it is mainly realised in paediatric intensive care units.
These companies have been classified on the basis of capital/labor ratio used by Edward (2001), [thereby consisting of capital, intermediate capital intensive, labor, ultra labor intensive industries).
The researchers - Cambridge University experts - estimated one to two per cent of all people with swine flu would need hospital treatment, leading to between 50 and 100 per cent of the UK's 303 children's intensive beds being filled at the peak of the H1N1 pandemic.
The Department of Health has said the number of intensive care beds for children could expand from 363 to 700 at the peak of a flu pandemic.
Intensive nutritional supplements can improve outcomes in stroke rehabilitation.
SETTING: A multi-disciplinary intensive care unit of a teaching hospital.
Ethan Stiefel's intensive on Martha's Vineyard, Stiefel & Students, also incorporates a professionally produced show.
The resolution was passed nem con (no one contradicting), and I went off to Mexico to draw up the bylaws and agreements founding the World Federation of Societies of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine (WFSICCM).
Hauser and his colleagues collected urine from 54 infants in intensive care.

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