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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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Kress, "Does this patient have delirium?," Intensive Care Medicine, vol.
Randi et al., "Transcranial Doppler for brain death after decompressive craniectomy: Persistence of cerebral blood flow with flat EEG," Intensive Care Medicine, vol.
Educational and training programs in Intensive Care Medicine are the right way.
Kaukinen, "Diurnal variation of melatonin and cortisol is maintained in non-septic intensive care patients," Intensive Care Medicine, vol.
Nor will the Belgian Society of Intensive Care Medicine permit conscientious objection to the imposition of lethal drugs by members of the patient's care team.
Karlin et al., "Continued survival gains in recent years among critically ill myeloma patients," Intensive Care Medicine, vol.
The acquisition is seen as a further step within the companya[euro](tm)s efforts to become a global leader in acute and intensive care medicine, the buyer said.Country: USASector: PharmaceuticalsTarget: Incline Therapeutics IncBuyer: The Medicines CompanyDeal size in USD: 185mType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: ClosedComment: Deal size refers to initial price.
UP TO half of patients suffering from sepsis may die if they are not diagnosed early enough and treated, according to the Cyprus Society of Intensive Care Medicine.
Following this increase in research, the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine highlighted the need for early institution of mobilization and exercise training through an active involvement of the physical therapist in harmony with the other ICU team members to coordinate and recommend mobilization plans, exercise prescription and its progression.
Special guests were five-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Steve Redgrave, BBC science presenter Greg Foot and Hugh Montgomery, professor of Intensive Care Medicine at University College, London.
(2,5) As the College of Intensive Care Medicine programme for physicians increased the number of registrars within CCUs, (7) advanced practice opportunities for nurses were reduced.
Anaesthetists are qualified medical doctors who specialise in pain management, anaesthesia, and intensive care medicine. They often deal with emergency situations by providing advanced life support, the ability to breathe and resuscitation to the heart and lungs.

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