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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US-based healthcare IT company Medical Informatics Corp has received US FDA approval for sale in the US of the company's Sickbay Clinical Platform product
On many occasions when the imported relief supplies were running short due to transportation or other challenges, local farmers and the sickbay land army (fonned by sick children and their parents) contributed food to supplement the feeding camps and clinics until more resources from the JCA arrived.
Later, in sickbay, Dehner tells Mitchell that she knows he does not like her and that she heard what he called her.
SPROCK, BEAM THE SURVIVORS OF THOSE SHIPS TO SICKBAY, THEN RAISE OUR SHIELDS
It's no longer all that safe for her in this sickbay.
The ship's chief medical corpsman confirmed it in sickbay.
Shukhov cleans the floors and then shuffles off to sickbay, where he is not admitted, and returns to his hut.
Fold-out pages of detail and lovely color images captured from Next Generation scenes profile characters and settings from the series, examining in detail the corridors of the ship from sickbay to the science lab.
White sang and acted well as Rackstraw, while Abigail Iveson revealed a fine voice in the role of Josephine, and Belsey - who replaced sickbay stranded Riccardo Simonetti as Captain Corcoran - excelled with Fair Moon, to Thee I Sing, and Never Mind the Why and Wherefore in which he was joined by Josephine and Sir Joseph.
I also recall checking out of sickbay at university once because of the disturbing sound of the cockroaches as they scuttled across the floor.
THREE 15-year-old girls returned to school after lunch break so drunk they had to be taken to sickbay.
London, Sept 01 (ANI): A British hospital has unveiled a sickbay that uses space-age technology to diagnose diseases ranging from stomach bugs to cancer.