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hospitalize

(hŏs′pĭt-l-īz′)
tr.v. hospital·ized, hospital·izing, hospital·izes
To place in a hospital for treatment, care, or observation.

hos·pi·tal·ize

(hos'pi-tăl-īz)
To place in a hospital.
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"Forty-four people have been hospitalised after a road accident involving a bus in Novorossiysk.
At least 11 people aged 61-80 were hospitalised in Leicestershire and Lincolnshire with an eating disorder last year (all women), as were at least two men and one woman over the age of 81.
Tom Madders, campaigns director at YoungMinds, said: "It's concerning that so many young children are being hospitalised with eating disorders, and it's vital that they get the help they need.
The second time he was hospitalised with severe diarrhoea and was vomiting profusely.
In February, Abbas was hospitalised in the United States for medical checks during a trip to address the U.N.
Conclusion: Smoking intervention by physicians for hospitalised patients was associated with the status of patient's gender, education level and chronic disease.
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Summary: The Duke of Edinburgh has been hospitalised as a "precaution", according to Buckingham Palace.
ALMOST 40,000 people were hospitalised last year after they had been assaulted, figures show.
She developed symptoms on 6 January and was hospitalised on 11 January, where she received oseltamivir treatment.
The epidemiologist and assistant professor in the Rush Department of Internal Medicine further added that in comparison, people who were never hospitalised and those who had elective hospitalisations did not experience any drastic decline in cognitive function.
BARRY MANILOW (right) was hospitalised after suffering from chest pain due to stress, his publicist said.