intensive nursing

intensive nursing

Intensive care The nursing part of intensive monitoring–IM, with additional IM of therapy. See Intensive monitoring.
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Pablo required a sixhour operation, plus two further surgeries and months of intensive nursing.
Two more lambs were rescued with severe head puncture wounds but are unlikely to survive despite intensive nursing.
We will be doing what we pride ourselves on the most - providing intensive nursing to the cats and kittens in our care.
The subsequent establishment of the new intensive care (NIP) and long-term intensive nursing care (DIOP) in the Regional Health, a.
A patient in the intensive care unit still requires intensive nursing care, and a patient on a medical-surgical unit still requires specialized nursing care.
Harris said that mortality in children under five has been 80 percent, and up to 95 percent among under one-year-olds who require intensive nursing and frequent feeding.
That intensive nursing is what makes the biggest difference in patient outcome.
PICU provides " PICU provides highly specialised treatment ised treatment for seriously ill babies, children and young dren and young people and combines intensive bines intensive nursing and the latest medical technology est medical technology to support their patients' very complex needs.
These rarely seem to survive, despite intensive nursing and huge hope.
This disease causes terrible suffering and requires very intensive nursing.
The PICU is a highly specialised treatment centre and is part of the Great North Children's Hospital, providing a combination of intensive nursing and the latest medical technology to support their patients' complex needs.

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