sickbay


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sickbay

(sĭk′bā′)
n.
1. The hospital and dispensary of a ship.
2. A place where the sick or injured are treated.
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At the core of MIC's technology and services is the Sickbay Clinical Platform, which serves as a data collection, aggregation and transformation engine.
The relatively short distance between our aft fueling station and sickbay greatly helped us quickly treat victims.
The nurses at my hospital's sickbay refused to give me my 2 months' supply of medication.
MICHAEL CHOPRA cheated the sickbay to score the first hat-trick of his career and lift Cardiff back into the top six.
He was last night in the warship's sickbay on the way to Barbados.
After a quick checkup for me and my back-seater at sickbay, and treatment for a skinned elbow, I went back to the scene where the one winged, seatless Skyhawk perched on its one remaining gear.
Most officers replaced, or supplemented their rations, by buying their own supplies and these often included livestock such as sheep, pigs and poultry, which joined the officially provided bullocks (for fresh beef at sea) and sheep (for the sickbay).
Doctor McCoy's sickbay may be the closest to fruition, as minimally- and non-invasive diagnostics and surgeries have been enabled by recent developments.
There is no place for those fresh out of the sickbay.
Expect no mercy, I said, from the sickbay. And try to imagine Howard Hughes piloting the plane that flew Cary Grant and Barbara Hutton off toward their marriage in 1950.