Definition of 'intensive care'
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Three remained in intensive care last night. The Sun (2017)We can't have an intensive care unit. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Suddenly these guys in the intensive care unit at the Radcliffe were fighting for his life. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A 46-year-old woman was in intensive care last night. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The 28-year-old guy survived, but he was in the intensive care unit for about a week. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The victims included both staff and patients in the intensive care unit. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She has needed intensive care in hospital five times in her life. The Sun (2008)Her pal survived following intensive care treatment. The Sun (2009)Two were put on life support and were in intensive care last night. The Sun (2013)We arrive in the neurological intensive care unit at around quarter to eight. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The unnamed patient remains intensive care at a local hospital. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Many are working in hospital intensive care units without sufficient training. The Sun (2012)Patients who undergo organ transplants are routinely taken to the intensive care unit after surgery. Christianity Today (2000)Some patients need intensive care as they lose so much fluid and can fight for breath. The Sun (2014)He died in hospital in intensive care yesterday with his family at his bedside. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She was still in intensive care last night. The Sun (2011)She was stable in intensive care last night after the operation on her eye. The Sun (2010)He was transferred to the intensive care unit in Leicester. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Two men in their 40s remain in intensive care in hospital with serious leg injuries and burns. The Sun (2016)Fourteen people have been killed by the bug and 43 are dangerously ill in intensive care units. The Sun (2009)He was airlifted to a hospital 's intensive care unit. The Sun (2009)I can't recall anything of my days in intensive care after the operation on my pelvis. The Sun (2013)AN intensive care patient burned down a hospital ward when he blew up an oxygen cylinder as he tried to light a cigarette. The Sun (2010)Doctors will fight to save the Spaniard, who is seriously ill in intensive care after two operations in the past fortnight. The Sun (2008)I spent Sunday morning conducting a ward round and assessing and treating critically ill patients in the intensive care unit and then others on the wards. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'intensive care'
British English: intensive care NOUN
If someone is in intensive care, they are being given extremely thorough care in a hospital because they are very ill.
She spent the night in intensive care after the operation.
Definition of intensive care from the Collins English Dictionary
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