sickbay


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sickbay

a room or area for the treatment of the sick or injured, as on board a ship or at a boarding school
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The relatively short distance between our aft fueling station and sickbay greatly helped us quickly treat victims.
Doctor McCoy's sickbay may be the closest to fruition, as minimally- and non-invasive diagnostics and surgeries have been enabled by recent developments.
There is no place for those fresh out of the sickbay.
In addition to the specialized gear on board, the three-masted barque has a well-equipped sickbay and pharmacy, and sails with a trained medical staff.
A replica of the sickbay from Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Shells ripped into the tiny vessel, wrecking the bridge, lower deck and sickbay - about 80 men were killed.
As the civil hospital in Leh was flooded with muck and water, all patients were shifted to the military sickbay.
Oliver becomes the latest defender to be consigned to the sickbay after suffering a bruised knee on Monday, while Dyson has a rib injury.
He awakens, back at base, in the sickbay to discover he's been rescued by.
And now that most of United's big name stars are in sickbay, it will be a strictly Bgrade team that will wear the famous red shirts tomorrow.
But after some passengers, thought to be around 30, went down with a vomiting bug, it was apparently more like the SS Sickbay.